September | reading wrap-up and netgalley update.

Even though 2020 has been a crazy year, the time has been going rather quickly for me. The months are flying by, which I’ve been rather thankful for.

September reading wasn’t as great as I hoped it would be. But I managed to stay ahead of my ARC reading schedule, which was a proud moment for me since I’m not the greatest at that.

Let’s take a quick look at the books I’ve read.

I can’t say that I had many favorites, but there were soooo many books that I truly enjoyed. I dove into Kerrigan Byrne’s All Scot and Bothered, which is pushing me to give historical romance another try. They’re not books that gravitate towards, but with this being my first read by Kerrigan, I’m hooked and want to read more of her books.

A couple of series that I’m invested in is Gena Showalter’sΒ The Forest of Good and Evil and Helen Hardt’sΒ Follow Me. Both new to me authors with rather addicting books, I’m excited to continue with their series!

netgalley update

My problem with Netgalley is requesting new books, I made progress on my TBR, but also didn’t at the same time. Because of course, I did!

In October, I’m going to try and not request any new books, but we’ll see how that goes. I have 3 ARCS from Netgalley releasing in October, which is a great number for me because it’s such an achievable goal.

Here’s a quick recap of my Netgalley progress.

To pair up with my Netgalley TBR, Kim over at @kimberlyfayereads is putting on a #ARCtober Reading Challenge! This will be my second year participating and I’ve been looking forward to this one.

I’m hopeful towards reaching my ratio goal of 60% with this challenge. I’ve decided to not set a TBR for this challenge since I’m such a mood reader. I have quite the list to choose from. Plus to make things more fun, Kim made a bingo template for your Instagram story, who doesn’t love some IG bingo?!

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How was your reading in September and what books are you anticipating in October?

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