September Wrap Up

Since I have never done a monthly reading plan I’ve also never done a monthly wrap-up but I am finding that 2020 has been excellent for me trying new things.

This month I had fifteen books on my TBR. You can see them all in my original post here. I felt like I read all month but only finished seven books…..but I (mostly) stuck to my plan! Here is what I read.

To be fair, I’ve also almost finished David Copperfield, and I perused both How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare and Help Your Kids With Music. And, I know the following doesn’t seems like much of an accomplishment to so many out there but I managed to write reviews for five of them. Actually, I managed to write reviews for all of the books I wanted to review this month. This is a feat of organization not yet seen on SilverButtonBooks!

As for my yearly reading resolutions I have been doing an absolutely terrible job keeping track of what I have been doing. Honestly, at this point it might be more fun to just wait until mid-December and see how things go. I can only take this level of organization so far!


Tell me, please! How was your September?


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