September 29, 2017

September 2017 (+ September Flights of Fantasy Linky)

Okay, seriously, someone needs to sit Time down and tell Time to slow the heck down, because September went by in a flash! I'm sure my being busy with all sorts of fun things and being overwhelmed with stressful work things contributed to me feeling like September was here and gone in mere seconds instead of the full month of days. Anyway, here's this month's recap!

I did so many things this month that I'm both ridiculously proud and slightly tired just thinking about them! The month kicked off with a quick trip to Orlando to be a part of this year's BookNetFest and to celebrate our anniversary early with a surprise visit to Walt Disney World. It was quickly followed up with a few author events - Leigh Bardugo on tour for Wonder Woman: Warbringer, Jodi Meadows on tour for Before She Ignites, Sarah J. Maas on tour for Tower of Dawn (which required a road trip!), Kerri Maniscalco on tour for Hunting Prince Dracula, to name a few. I also had copious amounts of dinner and dessert outings with friends, a night seeing Jason Robert Brown and friends do a show, and a panel for BFest about BookTube. And while you're reading this, I'll probably be seeing (or about to see) Ed Sheeran at Barclays! So yes, September has been mega exciting (and October promises to be even more so.)

Of the 16 books I read in September (of which 4 were rereads), here are my favorites:


I successfully managed to hit my reading goal for this challenge, which I'm super excited about! It doesn't mean there isn't a lot of great fantasy in my future for the rest of the year (because I seriously have so many on my TBR) however. Anyway, in September, I managed to read four fantasy novels: Tower of Dawn, The Language of Thorns, Mask of Shadows and The Girl Who Drank the Moon. What fantasy novels did you read in September?

Also, for the last book club read of 2017, we'll be tackling Air Awakens by Elise Kova. I've been super excited to get to this one since we decided to put it on our list this year, and I really hope I love it! Will you be reading with us?


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