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What I Read in September!

How in the world is it nearly October! It has got quite cold recently and I am definitely in an Autumn mood now. I read a total of 11 books throughout September. I'm reading quite the variety of books at the minute, I feel, and enjoying doing that. So, I am back with another what I've read this month post which is a bunch of mini reviews for the book I read in September. Here they are!

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Things I Know – Helena Close

Saoirse can't wait to leave school - but just before the Leaving Cert her ex-boyfriend dies by suicide. Everyone blames Saoirse - even Saoirse herself, who cheated on him with his best friend. She is shunned by her schoolmates and suffers unbearable levels of anxiety.

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This or That Book Tag!

I love doing book tags! It is fun to think about all the questions and see how different people answer them. So, when I saw the 'This or That' book tag, I had to give it a go. I've seen this one on a few people's blogs but can't seem to find who created it. Here is the 'This or That' book tag!

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Currently I’m…

I am back with another 'Currently I'm...' post. For those who do not know, I started doing these posts because I am always interesting in finding out what other people's currents are. I love knowing what other people are currently reading, watching and listening to. Here is this month's 'Currently I'm...'.

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Meet Me in Mumbai – Sabina Khan

Seventeen-year-old Mira Fuller-Jensen was adopted by her moms at birth. All she knows about her biological mother is that she was a high-school student from India who returned to India after giving birth. Although Mira loves her moms, she's always felt out of place in her mostly white community.

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Unforgettable Bookish Memories Tag!

I love doing book tags because, quite often it is how I find some hidden book gems. So, when I saw the unforgettable bookish memories tag I wanted to give it a go. I found this one on ZeZee with Books. It seems like it is a fun book tag. Here is the unforgettable bookish memories tag!

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Nothing More to Tell by Karen M. McManus – Quote

I've recently finished reading Nothing More to Tell by Karen M. McManus and I loved it. It is a classic Karen M. McManus book and is full of excellent quotes. So, I wanted to do what I normally do with a book that I enjoy, which is pick a quote from it and get designing.

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What’s On My Netgalley TBR?

I've managed to get my Netgalley TBR down a lot over the past few months. There are still some books on there and I am determined to have it cleared by the end of the year. I started writing these posts each month to help me to see my TBR and hold me accountable when I haven’t read them on time. Here are some of the books that are currently on my Netgalley shelf / TBR!

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Carrie Soto is Back – Taylor Jenkins Reid

By the time Carrie retires from tennis, she is the best player the world has ever seen. She has shattered every record and claimed twenty Slam titles. And if you ask her, she is entitled to every one. She sacrificed nearly everything to become the best, with her father as her coach. But six years after her retirement, Carrie finds herself sitting in the stands of the 1994 US Open, watching her record be taken from her by a brutal, stunning, British player named Nicki Chan. At thirty-seven years old, Carrie makes the monumental decision to come out of retirement and be coached by her father for one last year in an attempt to reclaim her record.