What I Read This Month – Sept 2016

Guys, can you believe this Friday is already October? Where did the time go? Even though I feel like time has gone by way too fast this summer, I am really looking forward to fall this year. I didn’t get a lot read this month, but I’m hoping things slow down in October so I can finish up some library books I’ve got sitting on my nightstand.

What I’ve Read This Month

The Mysterious Benedict Society

Be on the look out for a full review soon, but seriously, as an adult, I was hooked on this adventure following four children who end up saving the world. This is the first in the series, and I can’t wait to see what other original ideas the author comes up with to continue this story.What I read this month

And drumrolll… that’s it. I finished one book this month. I’ve started Rebel of the Sands, and hope to finish that and Library of Souls for October. My goal was to read 56 books this year, but seriously, I think I’ve read maybe 12. I’ve started a book bullet journal to start documenting my reading adventure. This so far is motivating me to keep going back to the page every night, even if I’m exhausted from work and running this blog, along with starting a small business. Once I figure out what I’d like to do with it, I’ll share how I’m using it with all of you guys.

What did you read this month? Do you keep a book journal? If so, how do you use it? Leave a comment below and let me know!

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  • Ruby Streicher Sauder

    Hi Meg! I listen to audiobooks on my way to and from work, that’s how I get most of my ‘reading’ in. 🙂 I’ve made a note of the Mysterious Benedict Society…it sounds like something I would love!

    • It’s definitely a fun read! I’m sure it’d be great to listen to! I need to do audio books on my drive… Do you Audible?

      • Ruby Streicher Sauder

        No I actually have an Overdrive Account on my phone and it is connected to my local library. If your library offers ebooks and audiobooks then you can download from library using overdrive.com. I love it!

        • Would never have thought of that! Thanks! I will definitely check!