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September 2020 Wrap up

In September, I read 23 books -ten were by Australian women, one checked off another box in Books and Bites Bingo and reviewed all books on this list. I’m slowly moving through my challenges, getting to some categories that are a bit more of a challenge, in finding the books to fit them. This month, in particularly the end of the month, saw a surge in published books. There were so many, the 29th was known in the book and publishing world as Super Tuesday, and I was able to read and review seven of those books – there were too many to read them all, and not all of them appealed to me.

So as we head into the last three months of 2020, I hope to be able to fill everything else in as well as stay on top of my review books.

Books and Bites Bingo

Set in Europe: Josephine’s Garden by Stephanie Parkyn

Debut Novel: The Soldier’s Curse by Meg and Tom Keneally (Monsarrat Series Book One)  

Travel Memoir: The Strangeworlds Travel Agency by L.D. Lapinski

Published More than 100 Years Ago: The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Written in the First Person: Pippa’s Island: Puppy Pandemonium by Belinda Murrell

Fairy Tale Collection: Snow White and Rose Red: And Other Tales of Kind Young Women by Kate Forsyth and Lorena Carrington

A Book with a door on the cover: The Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valour by Ally Carter

Written by someone called Jane: Persuasion by Jane Austen

An Australian crime or thriller: A Testament of Character (Rowland Sinclair #10) by Sulari Gentill

Wherever you go: Wherever You Go (Around the World Supper Club) by Monique Mulligan

Eco-themes: The Vanishing Deep by Astrid Scholte

A Neil Gaiman book: Pirate Stew by Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell

Short story collection: Radio National Fictions (various short stories on ABC Listen app

Published the year you were born:

Makes you blush: The Girl, the Dog and the Writer in Rome by Katrina Nannestad

That book you keep putting off: The Louvre by James Gardiner

A book with lots of hype: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by JK Rowling (Ravenclaw Edition)

Has “the girl” in the title: The Girl She Was by Rebecca Freeborn            

A book with bad reviews: Trials of Apollo: The Dark Prophecy by Rick Riordan

Book to movie: Nim’s Island by Wendy Orr

Scary: The Monstrous Devices by Damien Love

Someone you love’s fave book:

Made into a TV Series:  

A title longer than five words: The Nine Hundred: The Extraordinary Young Women of the First Official Jewish Transport to Auschwitz by Heather Dune McAdam

Fave childhood book:

September – 23

FeathersKaren Hendriks and illustrated by Kim FlemingReading Challenge, AWW2020
The Wizards of Once  Cressida CowellReading Challenge
Fly on the WallRemy LaiReading Challenge, AWW2020
Fairy Tales Gone Bad: ZombierellaJoseph Coelho, illustrated by Freya HartasReading Challenge
The Wizards of Once: Twice MagicCressida CowellReading Challenge
Old Man EmuJohn Williamson and illustrated by Simon McLeanReading Challenge
The Good Germans: Resisting the Nazis 1933-1945  Catrine ClayReading Challenge
What Zola did on WednesdayMelina Marchetta, illustrated by Deb HudsonReading Challenge, AWW2020
Scary Bird    Michael StreichReading Challenge
GrumpJonathon BentleyReading Challenge
Stupid CarrotsDavid Campbell and Daron PartonReading Challenge
Around the World Supper Club: Wherever You Go  Monique MulliganReading Challenge, AWW2020
Kensy and Max: Full Speed  Jacqueline HarveyReading Challenge, AWW2020
Wizards of Once: Knock Three TimesCressida CowellReading Challenge
Santa and the Sugar Glider  Alexa Moses and Anil TortopReading Challenge, AWW2020
Wizards of Once: Never and Forever  Cressida CowellReading Challenge
The Stolen Prince of Cloudburst  Jaclyn MoriartyReading Challenge, AWW2020
Hollowpox: The Hunt for Morrigan Crow  Jessica TownsendReading Challenge, AWW2020
The Left-handed Booksellers of London  Garth NixReading Challenge,
Bad Guys Episode 12: The One?  Aaron BlabeyReading Challenge,
Timmy the Ticked-Off Pony: Bite Me  Magda SzubanskiReading Challenge, AWW2020
October, October  Katya BalenReading Challenge,
Pirate Stew  Neil Gaiman and Chris RiddellReading Challenge, Books and Bites Book Bingo
Rainshaker  Elizabeth Mary Cummings and Cheri HughesReading Challenge, AWW2020

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