September Wrap-Up

As my favorite month of the year draws to a close, I suppose it's time to officially wrap up Series in September! I had fun spotlighting The Southern Vampire Mysteries, The Walsh Sisters, The Dresden Files, Antsy Bonano, The Maggy Thorsen Mysteries, The Hunger Games, The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, The Seekers, Anna Pigeon, and The Looking Glass Wars.  There's a host of other authors (Naomi Novik, Heather Webber, Diana Gabaldon, Wendy Lynn Watson, Tony Hillerman, James Dashner, Cornelia Funke, Cinda Williams Chima, Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child) that I could have featured this month as well and I think I'm finally realizing just how many series I'm currently reading! Expect many of those authors to be blogged about in the near future though as they are all still very much TBR.  

This month also marked my first venture into digital reading - and I'll have an update on that and a Kindle review, which many have asked for, next month.  And of course, there was the awesomeness of Book Blogger Appreciation Week.  I really enjoyed connecting to other blogs throughout the week and here's a special welcome to those that first visited Her Book Self during that time!  I can't promise that this level of high velocity blogging will spill over to the rest of the year, but it has been a wonderful September and I thank you all for your comments and participation!  Thanks for following along for my most prolific book blogging month to date!  
Don't forget, too, there is still time to enter The Hunger Games giveaway!

7 Response to "September Wrap-Up"

  1. Mary Grace says:
    September 30, 2010 at 10:50 AM

    Lisa. Congrats on the success of your Series in September. :) Still thinking about your suggestion with The southern Vampire Mysteries. :) I've been thinking if my $50 is worth it to spend on the boxset or should I lay my eyes on another series. What do you think?

  2. lisa :) says:
    September 30, 2010 at 2:28 PM

    I got the Sookie Stackhouse books from the library so I'm probably not the best person to ask if they're worth $50 for the set. I can't remember which other ones were on your pile of potential purchases. I guess I would say they're good reads but I didn't buy them because to me they're more read once and enjoy books and not necessarily own and reread multiple times books. Does that help at all?

  3. Margaret Duarte says:
    September 30, 2010 at 5:34 PM

    Hi Lisa. I'm anxious to hear what you have to say about digital reading. I'll keep in touch. Good luck with another productive season of book reviews.

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