September goes by faster and faster as the years pass, it seems. I’m sad to see my favorite month in the rear view mirror once again, but Autumn is still here so it’s impossible not to look forward to October.
Over the past month, I continued my quest through the smutty romance section of Scribd’s ebook library. Fortunately the pace at which I’m reading them (and in some cases, rereading them) is helping my progress in other books. I like the saucy stories that are under 300 pages because I fly through them and rarely get bored while reading, but when I do start slipping into boredom I’m more apt to replace my phone (on which I read ebooks) with a physical book rather than turn to the TV or even scroll through TikTok. I still may not be able to shake my reading-multiple-books-at-once-and-never-finishing-any habit, and therefore digging a deeper hole filled with books I’m “currently reading,” but I am reading more often, so I consider that a triumph.
- Owned by Fate by Tessa Bailey
- Mistaken by Fate by Tessa Bailey
- Exposed by Fate by Tessa Bailey
- Betting on Fate by Katee Robert
- Driven by Fate by Tessa Bailey
- Protecting Fate by Katee Robert
- Triangle at Rhodes by Agatha Christie (audiobook) – read my discussion here.
- In Bed with Mr. Wrong by Katee Robert
- Private Practice by Samanthe Beck
- Compromising Her Position by Samanthe Beck
- Bonding Games by Cathryn Fox
- Dirty Games by Samanthe Beck
- Falling for the Enemy by Samanthe Beck
- Wrong Bed, Right Guy by Katee Robert
- Chasing Mrs. Right by Katee Robert
- The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter
- Seducing the Bridesmaid by Katee Robert
- Dare to Resist by Laura Kaye
I started a Weekly Reading highlight on Instagram to sort of mimic my WWW Wednesday blog posts, and for the past couple of weeks I have followed through with updating it and giving attention to the books featured. I’m crossing my fingers that this will continue to help me get back on track with reading much more consistently – something I’ve been trying to do all year. Wish me luck!
What did you read (or not read) in September? Any recommendations? If you’ve written a Wrap-Up, feel free to link it in the comments! Happy October!