September Wrap Up

Another month down. Already counting the days to Christmas, can't you believe it? Here's a little wrap up of what I've been doing and reading this month:

What I Read

5 Stars:
A Parcel for Anna Browne by Miranda Dickinson
The Secret of Midwives by Sally Hepworth
From Notting Hill to Four Weddings... Actually by Ali McNamara
4 Stars:
Murder on Sea by Julie Wassmer
Picnics in Hyde Park by Nikki Moore
What Milo Saw by Virgina Macgregor
The Santangelos by Jackie Collins
The Curvy Girls Baby Club by Michele Gorman
3 Stars: 
Love May Fail by Matthew Quick

What I Cooked

What I Was Up To
September was a really good month. We did tons of things (which also explains why I haven't read and reviewed as many books as other months). A friend of ours who now lives in the Dominican Republican visited for a few days and we had a lovely dinner with our friends to celebrate.
The 11th of September is Catalonia's National Day and the Catalan government building and the Catalan Parliament were open for visiting and we had a look around these amazing building. Also, on the afternoon there was a huge demonstration to celebrate the Catalan nation and to ask for a referendum for independence. It was a lot of fun and so well organised! Almost one million and half people attended and we created a huge colourful mural. 
And this past week, it was the festival of Santa Tecla, here in Tarragona. This means that for a week, we have free concerts, correfocs (groups that dance and play with fire), castellers (human castles) and a lot more traditional and fun events around the city. 
Finally, this weekend we went to a vegand restaurant and we were surprised to have such a varied and delicious meal there. I'm sure we'll be back!

What I Blogged About

This month I started taking part in the feature Top Ten Tuesdays again! I joined in two weeks to talk about series and fall releases:

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