Hello my fellow bookworms, I hope you are well? In the last week, our Indian summer ended and it has really started to feel like autumn now. So I have dug out my cosy boots, woolly tights and extensive scarf collection. I have also made a good start at my new job and I enjoyed seeing historian Lucy Worsley do a fascinating talk on Queen Victoria. During the month, here is what I managed to read:
Fiction: 2 Non-Fiction: 1
I got the month and the R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril reading event off to a great start with the spooky Cauldstane by Linda Gillard, which swept me off to Scottish Highlands for romance, drama, mystery and ghouls! I can’t believe I have waited this long to read this! Then I continued my R.I.P reading with another nostalgic mystery, Stop Press Murder by Peter Bartram, the second book to follow journalist Colin Crampton’s investigations back in 1960s Brighton. Alongside these fictions, I also re-read Christian non-fiction, The Return of the Prodigal Son by Henri J.M. Nouwen in preparation for my church’s book club meeting, later this week.
Pick of the Month: Cauldstane
Altogether that is three books finished, which is sadly half of what I read in August. However it is probably a good thing when it comes to my reviews, as I am still behind! So my full thoughts on all of my reads this month are still to be posted about. I am also very close to finishing a re-read of Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins, the second book in her thrilling YA trilogy.
In October, I look forward to going to see TV presenter Neil Oliver do a talk on the story of the British Isles and a belated birthday trip to Warner Bros, Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter. As well as continuing my R.I.P reading whilst snuggled up in a blanket with copious amounts of hot chocolate as the nights draw in.
What did you do and read in September? What are your plans for October?