Friday, October 1, 2010

September in Review

As always I borrowed the month in review post from Lily's Bookshelf, because she's awesome. 

Books Read:
Brave New World  - Huxley (review)
Running with Scissors - Burroughs (review) 
Coco Channel & Igor Stavinsky - Greenhalgh (review)
The Cid - Corneille (review)
The Night Bookmobile - Niffenegger (review)
The Pope of Greenwich Village -  Patrick (stay tuned for my review!)


Total Number of Books Read This Month: 
 5 and a short graphic novel

Total Number of Books Read This Year: 46

Most Anticipated:
Brave New World


Biggest Let Down:
Running with Scissors


Favorite Read:
C
oco Channel & Igor Stavinsky 

Overall Reflection: September didn't turn out to be a great reading month for me. I did get 5 books read, but just barely. In fact I finished The Pope of Greenwich Village midday on the 30th.  Instead of dwelling on the lack of motivation that was my September, I'm looking ahead to the possibilities of October.  I just started Faulkner's As I Lay Dying and have a review copy of Moonlight in Odessa, both of which i'm eager to get through, so I'm hoping that's enough start up motivation to make October a awesome book month! 



3 comments:

Lily Child said...

You crack me up! :P Thanks for the shout out!

I need to read As I Lay Dying, so I am very much looking forward to your review! :)

Rebecca said...

i think your month looks great! I say as long as you read one book that you loved, it is always a good month!

Emily said...

I didn't exactly have the best month ever in September either. Here's to hoping that this month is better!