Here are the books I read in September. I fully expect this to slow down now that the new TV seasons have started back up, but if I’m going to finish the challenge I still need to keep to about one book per week for the rest of the year.
Prompt: A book that takes place in your hometown
This is the only book I could find that has to do with my hometown. It was interesting to learn more about the history and share it with my family.
Prompt: A book a friend recommended
This book deserves its own post. It was written by Roni Noone (Fitbloggin conference founder) and Carla Birnberg (blogger extraordinaire). The information here isn’t earth shattering but it is so important to those trying to change their lives for the healthier. I highly recommend it!
Prompt: A book with a color in the title
Amber is such a versatile word. It’s a material, a color, a girl’s name. This is the second book in the Outlander series and it was maybe even better than the first. The first chapter threw me for a loop but they went back and explained everything.
Prompt: A book with magic
Time travel counts as magic, right? Book 3 in the Outlander series wasn’t as good as the two previous books but it was still good. Also, these books are not getting any shorter. I’ll be taking a break now to finish up my reading challenge before embarking on book four.
Prompt: A book with non-human characters
It took me just a bit to get into this one and then I ended up loving it. It’s a great story about an adventuresome group of rabbits. I highly recommend it.
Progress towards Reading Challenge: 75% (39 of 52 books).