September Wrap Up

While writing this wrap up, I've realised that I've read mainly ebooks this month. All in all, I've read nine ebooks, two paperbacks and I've started a hardback. I guess it's been quite a good month reading wise, I've enjoyed most of the books but I'm falling a bit behind on my Goodreads challenge. I hope to be able to squeeze a bit more reading next month. 

What I read:

5 Stars:
Destination Chile by Katy Colins
The Canal Boat Cafe by Cressida McLaughlin
A Boy Made of Blocks by Keith Stuart

4 Stars:
Only Daughter by Anna Snoekstra
Nothing Tastes as Good by Claire Hennessy
The One Real Thing by Samantha Young

3 Stars:
The Second Love of my Life by Victoria Walters

To Be Reviewed:
The Silence Between Breaths by Cath Staincliffe
Something in Between by Melissa de la Cruz
Miracle on 5th Avenue by Sarah Morgan
Searching for a Silver Linning by Miranda Dickinson

What I was up to:

We started and ended the month with beer. The first week, we had the Herbstfest (Autumn Festival), which is like a smaller Oktoberfest. We went a couple of days to eat traditional Bavarian food, drink beer and enjoy the funfair.
The second weekend of September we went to Austria. On Saturday we visited the beautiful town of Salzburg and then spent the night on the mountains. On Sunday we visited the Ice Caves in the Alps, which was such a cool experience! The temperature inside the caves was 0º and the wind makes the ice take such beautiful shapes!
And then, on the 17th started the Oktoberfest in Munich. We went a few times and had so much fun. It's absolutely crazy to see so many people drinking beer (maybe a bit too much beer) and then the fun fair is huge, with lots of fun activities to do.

What I blogged about:

Author Interviews:


Foody posts:

Recipe: Egg Foo Young, inspired by How to Find your (First) Husband by Rosie Blake

Recipe: Millionaire's Shortbread, inspired by The Wedding Date by Jennifer Joyce


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