September Wrap Up

This has been a bit of an odd month. Once again, the amount I’ve read has really dropped off, though the books have been brilliant, and I’ve barely been blogging. I think I’m getting out of this funk now so we’ll see what October brings!

What I Read

Unconventional by Maggie Harcourt

The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James

The Huntress: Sky by Sarah Driver

We See Everything by William Sutcliffe

No Shame by Anne Cassidy

Book Post

Because I’ve been so behind on reading and blogging I’ve not requested any Netgalley books this month – very restrained for me! I did have 3 gorgeous pieces of book post though:

The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James

(Thanks Walker Books!)

Monster by Michael Grant

(Thanks Electric Monkey)

Electric Dreams by Philip K. Dick

(Thanks Gollancz!)

What I Wrote:

I’ve written about a chapter and a half of the latest pass at my novel, which is basically a complete rewrite. I’m really into it but progress has been slow due to busyness/stress/illness. I’m making myself commit to just 10 minutes of writing a night – and then any more is an added bonus for now!

What I watched:


The Defenders was as amazing as I imagined. I’m so in love with Luke Cage and Daredevil – such amazing characters and actors! We also watched A Series of Unfortunate Events which I had mixed feelings about. The style and actors were all amazing but I found it a bit repetitive, like the books really.

Films/What I Did

We didn’t watch any films at home this month, but I did take a trip to London to see The Room – if you don’t know it, it’s widely known as the best bad film ever and is absolutely hilarious. I took my best friend as a birthday present and we met Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero too, which was awesome.


What Little Moore Did

Little Moore is about to change rooms at nursery now and loved his settling in session – apparently he cried when he had to go back to his old room! He also had an allergic reaction this month and looks like he won’t be able to eat lentils for the foreseeable future – very sad for us as lentils are a staple in this house!

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