Monthly Review | September 2014

September was a busy month for me, but I still can’t believe how fast it went by!  Seriously…there’s only three more months left in the year 2014.  My September Review is a few days late…I was on vacation for a week and a half with no computer.  Just laying out on the Cancun beach.

So, here’s my September in review:

Books Read:

Currently Reading:

Posts This Month:

I did a lot this month! I’m quite proud of myself.  I’ve been trying to have at least one post per day.  So far I’ve been meeting that goal (patting myself on the back).

Here are my September posts (excluding my weekly Sunday Quotes) –

Challenges:

I participated in the Net Galley Month challenge during September.  I read all the books I wanted to read except one.  Now I have to catch up on the reviews for these books.

Followers:

My blog reached 100 followers this month and I was so excited and so proud!  I’m very grateful to all my followers.

Stories Unfolded Reaches 100 Followers!

Giveaways:

I hosted my first giveaway this month.  It’s an honor to have been contacted about it.  Look out for the next giveaway on October 11th.

Upcoming Book Review & Giveaway!

Blog Awards:

I received my very first blog award this month.  I was so excited to be nominated and have the chance to nominate some of the blogs I always enjoy.

Stories Unfolded | One Lovely Blog Award

How was your September?

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One thought on “Monthly Review | September 2014

  1. love2read365 October 5, 2014 at 4:09 pm Reply

    Wow! A post per day? You must really be enjoying your blogging experience. I look forward to reading more of your blog.

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