September Wrap-Up

Well, that has been both the longest and shortest month ever! I’m enjoying teaching my new class, and its so wonderful to see them becoming a class of readers as I share recommendations and chat to them about reading as well as sharing our wonderful class story, Orla and the Wild Hunt. Whilst I work most evenings, I am still determined to keep my weekends free! On to my reading month!

Books I’ve read:

I’ve read books this month: 6 physical books and 2 audiobooks. I haven’t read very many books this month, but they’ve all been ones I’ve really enjoyed.


I’ve now been auto-approved by three Publishers on NetGalley which is wonderful – just one more to go for my badge! My Feedback Ratio is at 97% and I currently have three books on my shelf:

Books sent by publishers:

I have been lucky enough to have been sent these books by publishers this month. Amongst these are three wonderful collections of stories which would make brilliant Christmas presents. I have read and reviews Bedtime Stories: Incredible Irish Tales from the Past. I have also been sent a gorgeous hardback copy of The Tale of Truthwater Lake which is one I’ve already read on NetGalley – a fantastic timeslip novel. I’ve read a couple of the Anisha books and am looking forward to reading Fright Night! I loved Elsetime and am really looking forward to reading The Chestnut Roaster. I hadn’t heard of The Corny Scaredy-Cat Paranormal Investigation Squad, but the synopsis sounds great and I think it will be a great spooky month read!

Books bought:

I’ve bought 8 books this month which are all waiting patiently on my ever-increasing bookshelves!

How has your reading month been? Have you read any of these? Have you any of them on your TBR?

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