Sunday, September 28, 2014

What I Read: September

I didn't intend to take a two week break from blogging...really I've been absent for most of this month and I apologize! Most of my time and efforts over the past two months have been spent preparing for an upcoming craft fair. I haven't finished any personal knitting projects to share, I haven't watched any new movies to review (while knitting and spinning I've been rewatching Lark Rise to Candleford and Sherlock, plus my favorite comfort films like While You Were Sleeping and Austenland), and my mind has gone blank whenever I've tried to sit down and write a post. Hopefully things will get back to normal after next week! :)

As you can see, I also haven't been reading much. This is the most pitiful monthly reading wrap-up I've ever had to write, because I only read one book this month! And technically I haven't even finished that one (I still have a third of it left), but I'm determined to finish it before October 1st. I figured that I might as well go ahead and write this post, even though it's a few days early, because I'm obviously not going to read any more books this month.

When I've had a few minutes here or there to read this month, I've been continuing my reread of the Harry Potter series with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. It's a chunk of a book at almost 900 pages, but that's still no excuse for it taking me so long. As usual, I'll be putting up a review of the book and film after I finish. Which reminds me that I still haven't posted my review of the Goblet of Fire...

{Edited to change the mistake in the title because it is indeed September and not August!}


  1. So you're knitting for a craft fair? That sounds awesome! And I really need to watch Austenland. It sounds adorable.

    1. Yes, I am! :) It's a local fall festival at a historical site...technically I'm going to demonstrate with my spinning wheel, but I'm able to sell items, too.

      You should watch Austenland as soon as possible! I wish it were a bit cleaner as far as innuendo goes, but it's such a goofy, hilarious movie that still manages to make me swoon. Sometimes it's nice to watch a film that doesn't take itself too seriously. :)


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