Posts I loved in September!

I’ve been wanting to do a monthly post like this for a while, and basically what I’m going to be doing is making a list of some of the wonderful blog posts that I read in September! These are going to be reviews, discussions, lists… pretty much everything! So, here are some amazing blog posts that I read in September!

Sofi @ A Book. A Thought. wrote an amazing post about things she likes in books.

Dani @ A Literary Lion made a list of some her favorite Book Quotes

Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane Books announced the winners of the 2020 book bloggers awards.

Lori @ The Reading Fairy wrote an amazing review of You Should See Me in a Crown, by Leah Thompson

Caitlin @ Caitlin Althea wrote a really fun post of reacting to book twitter’s unpopular opinions

Margaret @ Weird Zeal made a list of 10 overused tropes that she’ll never get tired of

Cielo @ Bellerose Reads wrote a wonderful discussion about reader stereotypes: myth vs. reality

Well… this was a very different post than what I usually write, but it was fun to put together, and I hope that you read some of these amazing posts by amazing people! I think that I’m going to start doing this every month as a way to share posts that I really enjoyed!

What are some posts that you read and loved in September? Chat with me in the comments below!

12 thoughts on “Posts I loved in September!

    1. You’re welcome πŸ™‚ Pumpkin spice everything is really amazing πŸŽƒ Did the poll work for you? I was having a little trouble with the block!


    1. You’re welcome! I love your blog so much 😍
      I was wondering, did the poll work for you? Because I was having a little trouble getting the block to cooperate πŸ˜…

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