Monthly Wrap-Up and TBR

September Wrap-Up and October TBR

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September Wrap-Up

Update…

Hello everybody!! Hope you are all doing well, and are keeping safe! I can’t believe another month is over and we are starting to get into the Fall months! Halloween is just around the corner 🙂

It has been crazy this month (as always!) with starting my new job and getting into the swing of that, as well as starting my next year at Uni! As some of you may know, I am completing a degree in Arts and Humanities specialising in English and Novels, through the Open University. This degree will take me six years in total to complete, and I am officially half way through by starting Year Three.

Blog Site…

Last month, I felt super lucky to have gained a load of views on my blog (445). This month, I have reached 325! This is still a HUGE achievement for me, as I have been setting a goal of reaching 200 a month.

Even though the recent pandemic has been really hard, as I imagine it has been for you too, I was lucky to have the extra time and energy to focus on re-starting my blog after 7 months off.

Top 10 Country views…

I was really fascinated with the Country Blog Views last month, that I have decided to add them in this month again too! Let me know whether your country made the Top 10!

This month, my Top 10 Country Views were;

  1. United Kingdom
  2. United States
  3. Canada
  4. Finland
  5. India
  6. France
  7. Singapore
  8. Portugal
  9. Croatia
  10. South Africa

Reading…

This month I read the following books;

  • The Custom of The Country by Edith Wharton
  • One Winters Night by Kiley Dunbar
  • Killing The Story by Joan Livingston

September Goals

These are the goals I have worked towards this month! I have highlighted the ones I have completed in Green.

Book Goals

  • To read Custom of the County by Edith Wharton – Read Your Bookshelf Challenge 2020 (September)
  • The Merry Month of Murder – Promo
  • Extract in a Blog Tour for Miss Smith Commits the Perfect Murder
  • Extract in a Blog Tour for The Unique Spirit
  • Extract in a Blog Tour for The Rue Stone
  • Blog Tour Review for One Winters Night
  • Extract in a Blog Tour for Tipping Point
  • Extract in a Blog Tour for Slaughter of Keith Hall
  • Extract in a Blog Tour for External Forever
  • Q&A for the Author or Reformed Dreamer
  • Blog Tour Review for Not Myself Today

Social Media Goals

Actual (Beginning of month)GoalEnd of Month
Instagram130200138
Facebook296350306
Pinterest36k50k45.4k
Twitter1,4681,5001,469
Blog (Views)445 (Last Month)250325
Numbers relate to number of follows, except for Pinterest which shows views

I didn’t get to reach many of my goals this month, but I am happy with what I have achieved.

October Goals

It is another busy month for October! I have the following goals I am aiming for!

Book Goals

  • An Extract for Blog Tour in The Lie She Told
  • Q&A with the Author of I Don’t Do Mondays
  • Book Review for When In Doubt‘s Book Tour
  • Book Review for Small Sacrifice‘s Book Tour
  • A Bachelor’s Pledge – Promo
  • An Extract for Blog Tour’s Winter Light
  • A Widows Vow – Promo
  • A Wicked Oath – Promo
  • An Extract for the Blog Tour of The Deptford Girls
  • Q&A with the Author of Endless Skies
  • Unbroken Truth – Promo
  • Q&A with the Author of Lady in Red

Social Media Goals

Actual (Beginning of month)Goal
Instagram138175
Facebook306350
Pinterest45.4k60k
Twitter1,4691,500
Blog (Views)325 (Last Month)275
Numbers relate to number of follows, except for Pinterest which shows views

What are your goals for October? Did you manage to complete September’s goals? Let me know in the comments 🙂

Happy Reading, x

One thought on “September Wrap-Up and October TBR

  1. Hey Shannon!

    Congratulations on setting goals, which is the first step to achieving them! Really inspiring.

    I really look forward to taking part in your community next week. I hope it draws a few more eyes to your site!

    Author Martha Engber

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