September 2019

Welcome, September! I love late summer in the Pacific Northwest! There’s usually very little rain (this year especially) and after Labor Day the temperatures are mostly mild. It’s one of the loveliest times of the year here, and especially lovely for reading on the porch!

Currently reading: three children’s books from the library about Wangara Maathai
Currently on my Kindle: The Little Sister, by Raymond Chandler
Current audiobook: Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte, narrated by Thandie Newton

I’m looking forward to my September reading. My stack of mysteries is ready for R.I.P-XIV, as are other books on my TBR lists for the various challenges I’m working on. September will also include some nice long walks and perhaps a day trip or two over the Coastal Range to the ocean fifty miles away.

So glad you’re here at last, September!

 

6 thoughts on “September 2019

  1. Marlo Quick

    Your plans for September sound delightful. I love the cooling of the weather and anticipation of sweatshirts and good books! I just finished The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise, a thoroughly enjoyable middle-grade book. Now I am waiting for William Kent Krueger’s This Tender Land to be released on Tuesday. Happy reading!

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    1. Robin Post author

      Marlo, Coyote Sunrise has been on my radar recently so I’m glad to hear that you liked it. I’ll have to move it higher on my pile of books to read! I do love September. I hope you enjoy your September and September reading!

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  2. iliana

    I’m so excited September is here now if only our temperatures would get the hint. We’re still supposed to be in the 100s this week. Yikes. I’ve got a bunch of reading plans for September as well so let’s see how it goes. Happy reading, Robin!

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    1. Robin Post author

      Thank you, Iliana. Happy September reading to you, too! It’s still too warm here, as well. Summer is hanging on, but it looks like one more week and then we drop into the milder temps. I hope!

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  3. Ti

    I love September for many reasons. Even though it’s still so hot here in So Cal, I do sense a change in the quality of light. It’s warmer. I call that fall. Plus all the good books comes out. My reading list is always so long this time of year.

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