MONTHLY WRAP-UP: GOODBYE TO SEPTEMBER!

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Hello, and welcome to October!  Here’s hoping that we all have a great reading month.  September didn’t start picking up for me until well into the month, so my totals were not as good as last month.

I did have some enjoyable reads, however; click on the titles to read my reviews.

Check in at Kathryn’s The Book Date to see others’ wrap-up posts.

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SEPTEMBER 2015:

1.    All the Summer Girls (e-book), by Meg Donohue – 264 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 9/14/15

2.    Dance Begins, The (e-book, prequel), by Diane Chamberlain – 47 pages – (historical fiction) – 9/29/15

3.   Driving Lessons (e-book), by Zoe Fishman – 311 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 9/2/15

4.   Good Neighbor, The (e-book), by Amy Sue Nathan – 272 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 9/27/15 – (NetGalley)

5.   House of Glass (e-book), by Sophie Littlefield – 287 pages – (thriller/family drama) – 9/26/15

6.   Hurricane Sisters, The (e-book), by Dorothea Benton Frank – 317 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 9/5/15

7.   In-Between Hour, The – by Barbara Claypole White – 357 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 9/10/15 (Amazon Vine)

8.   My Salinger Year (e-book), by Joanna Rakoff – 248 pages – (memoir) – 9/18/15

9.   Pretending to Dance (e-book), by Diane Chamberlain – 352 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 9/24/15 – (NetGalley)

10. Pretty Girls, by Karin Slaughter – 388 pages – (murder mystery/suspense) – 9/21/15 – (Amazon Vine)

11.   Scared Scriptless (e-book), by Alison Sweeney – 304 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 9/20/15

12.   Spectacular Now, The (e-book), by Tim Tharp – 294 pages – (YA fiction) – 9/29/15

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BOOKS READ IN SEPTEMBER 2015:  12

PAGES READ IN SEPTEMBER 2015:   3441

BOOKS READ YTD:  135

FAVORITE FICTION READ IN SEPTEMBER 2015: – Pretending to Dance, by Diane Chamberlain

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