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Archimancy by J.A. White
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CatStronauts: Slapdash Science by Drew Brockington
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Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass by Mariko Tamaki and Steve Pugh
Level 13 by Gordon Korman
Middlegame by Seanan McGuire
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Nevers by Sara Cassidy
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The Revolution of Birdie Randolph by Brandy Colbert
Shelved Under Murder by Victoria Gilbert
Speed of Life by Carol Weston
Under The Moon: A Catwoman Tale by Lauren Myracle and Isaac Goodhart
Wilder Girls by Rory Power
Wonton Terror by Vivien Chien

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September 2019 Summary: 10/01/19

Reading report

September was back to normal for the most part. One of my children was sick briefly and we had a construction project. Other than that I'm back to my usual routine. That means I have more time to focus on reading, when I do read.

Lik the previous month, I read entirely from my personal collection — including ones read for research. I continue to be avoiding the library to focus on books I've purchased in the last year. I still plan on returning to the library in January to fill out my reading.

I read more books in September, 30, up from the previous months' 26. I made my my diverse reading goal. In fact it was my best month in 2019. I also made my diverse reviewing goal.

October will we'll be having guests over and as the weather cools, I want to get back into my photographic walks. I might also have field trips to teach at work. That said, I think October will be another good month of reading.

I have no more books from 2016 to review. My 2017 reviews are down to 3 from 4. I'm down to 29 reviews from 31 for 2018, and 67 up from 66, now for 2019.

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