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What Happened in September?

September has been another month of non-stop events for me and to be honest with you I am tired all the time! So, it is safe to say it has been a wild month. I've read a lot, achieved a lot and so much has happened. Here is what happened in September!

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What I Read in September!

Hello all! This year is incredibly odd but it is going by quite fast. I'm baffled by how it is almost October. I am back with another what I read this month post! Throughout September, I read a grand total of 9 books, so it has been a very good reading month for me! I have a lot of thoughts I want to share on the books that I read in September, so I’m going to do mini reviews for a couple, mention others and declare my love for a couple. Here is what I read in September!

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New Book Releases I’m Excited for – October

Hey everyone, I hope you are all doing well. I'm here again with another post all about new books that are being released very soon! I love finding out about new books to be read and getting excited about them being released. There are so many incredible books coming out in October and I cannot wait to read them all! Here are all the October 2020 releases I'm excited for!

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You Say it First – Katie Cotugno

Meg has her entire life set up perfectly: her boyfriend Mason is sweet and supportive, she and her best friend Emily plan to head to Cornell together this year and she even finds times to clock shifts phonbanking at a voter registration call centre in her Philadelphia suburb. But, everything changes when one of those calls connects her to a stranger from small-town Ohio, who gets under her skin from the moment he picks up the phone.

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A Little Quote!

Hello all, I hope you are all doing well! Many of you know that I love designing (even if I'm not that good) and like to see what my little brain can come up with. Sometimes I do this on Canva other times I do it in the design software I have. I was messing around with the things available on Canva today and this is what I came up with! Here is my little quote poster I came up with for a quote I love from All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven!

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One Italian Summer – Keris Stainton

It has been a year since Milly, Elyse and Leonie's dad died, and a year since their last trip to Rome. Summer's here again, and once again they are heading with their mum to Italy. But what is it going to be like without their Dad? Rome still hold its familiar charms, the sun is still warm, the gelato as delicious, the people as welcoming. But nothing is quite as it once was.

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Books to Read in One Sitting

Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing well! I've read a lot of books recently that I thought I would read over the course of a week but in fact read in one sitting and it got me thinking. I got thinking about some books that are perfect to read in one sitting and I wanted to discuss them. Here are a few books that are perfect to read in one sitting!

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Seed – Lisa Heathfield

Fifteen-year-old Pearl has lived her whole life protected within the small community at Seed, where they worship nature and idolise their leader, Papa S. When some outsiders arrive, everything changes. Pearl experiences feelings that she never knew existed and begins to realise that there is darkness at the heart of Seed. A darkness from which she must escape, before it's too late.