Book Log for September


For all the books I’ve read this year, click on the following links:

January to March






And these are the ones I have read in September. Yes, I realise I’ve not quite come to the end of September, but I’ve reached and surpassed my goal of getting to 75 books. Also I have a few monthly posts coming out over the next week and felt I really needed to space them out a bit.

64. Finished Into The Woods by John Yorke (which was much better than I thought it was going to be – really recommend to any budding fiction writers – and I think would also be good for older English Lit students to read)

65. Mother, Neighbour, Russian Spy by BBC (documentary)

66. The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod

67. The Lost Bookshop by Evie Woods

68. Vocabulary Energisers by David Popkin

69. Pep Talks for Writers by Grant Faulkner

70. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

71. Goal Setting: 13 Secrets of World Class Achievers by Vic Johnson

72. Wonder by Beatrice Blue

73. Crush Hour: A Musical by Freya Slipper, Doug Crossley, Spring Day, Leila Navabi

74. Still Hung Up On You by Liz Maverick

75. The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro

76. Stein on Writing: A Master Shares His Craft, Techniques and Strategies by Sol Stein


  1. Yay for surpassing your goal!! That is wonderful. I feel like I have read the most books ever this year. I know a few years I set a goal to reach 120; figuring 10 a month was pretty doable and it was SO hard and yet I think I have been reading upwards of 12 books a month this year. Not sure if it’s because the boys are older and I have more time to read of if I’m just finding more engrossing books I’m reading faster? Whatever the case I am loving it…. and now I kind of wish I had set a book goal so I could feel that sense of accomplishment. 🙂

    1. This is the first time I’ve kept a note of everything I’ve read and I think I shall be doing this every year now! There are also some reads this year that I’d like to reread again because they were so good x

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