Better late than never. September was not a very strong reading month for me. It took me a long time to get through The Last of the Wine, which I had started the previous month, even if I did enjoy it. September's reading was essentially me picking up what was left over from August.
I finished Renault, and worked further into two short story collections that I'm still working on. I've been reading a lot, with not a lot to show. I've also fallen into a blogging lethargy that I hope to remedy by leaving comments for the previously mentioned story collections: they are both really good, one of them has been amazing so far.
Not that my TBR pile is in anyway diminishing but I did do a lot of book buying in September and that is always fun. I picked up a couple of books I'd already read and wanted to own; three books of poetry, which I'm steadily gaining confidence in both reading, and finding accessible narrative poets that I actually enjoy reading; the next book in the Earthsea series, Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny; Fevre Dream by George Martin; Ancient Light for John Banville; How to Paint a Dead Man by Sarah Hall; and Fairy Tale, by Alice Thomas Ellis. .
I'm very excited about all of these but I'm not willing to make any predictions about what is going to get read when.
October also means the end of baseball season, which is sad, but the Braves are still playing (if, seemingly, only for a little while longer). It's also getting cold and considering we never had a summer, I'm not happy about that. These two events coinciding should mean more reading, so check back regularly for frequent updates in regards to my awesomeness.