Monthly Wrap-Up: September Reading 2023

Wow, it’s been exactly a month since my monthly reading wrap-up for August. Wasn’t intending to post this this late into the month again, but life happens.

Comparing last month to the one before it, I definitely didn’t read as much as I’d wanted to. I read more books in August than I did in September. I’m hoping to change that up in October, especially since we’re getting into my favorite reading season.

But yeah, without further prattling, let’s get into my states for The StoryGraph for my September Reading 2023!

September 2023 Reading

😐 MOODS: Adventurous was the biggest slice of pie, as it always is. There are so many Moods here, but less than in August. The other ones were: Mysterious, LightheartedDarkFunny, and Dark.

πŸ‘’ PACE: I read two different kinds of paced books: slow and medium.

πŸ”’ PAGE NUMBER: Everything I read was either between 300 and 499 pages, or it sad under 300 pages. The pie graph was split during the middle.

πŸ“– FICTION/NONFICTION: It was once again all fiction this month.

🎭 GENRES: Fantasy, as usual, was the biggest bar of the graph. Graphic Novel and YA were of the length this time, though. The other genres on the graph were Horror and Comics.

πŸ“„ FORMAT: This little StoryGraph pie chart is incorrect. Only one of the books I read was a physical print copy.

⭐ RATING: My median star rating for last month was 2.5. It was cuz I rated four different books four different star increments.

πŸ“‰ PAGES READ DAILY: I read some during the first week, but dipped down during the second week, until near the last week of September.

The Books I Read in September

Blood Stain: Volume #1 by Linda Sejic

β˜…β˜…βœ«β˜†β˜† β€’ my review

Blood Stain: Volume #4 by Linda Sejic

β˜…β˜…βœ«β˜†β˜† β€’ my review

Sandymancer by David Edison

β˜…β˜…βœ―β˜†β˜† β€’ my review

Cursed by Marissa Meyer

β˜…β˜…β˜†β˜†β˜† β€’ my review

Wrapping Up the Wrap-Up

As I mentioned above, I didn’t read nearly as much as I had wanted to during September. Between things popping up and getting sick, I didn’t end up having the time or energy that I needed. Hopefully October will be better. πŸ€žπŸ€

And so, the September 2023 Reading Wrap-Up comes to a close. As per usual, thank you all so much for reading and have a wonderful day/night!

What books did you guys read in September? What did you think of them? What genres did you read?

See ya ~Mar

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