September Updates

Posted 30 September, 2016 by Lianne in Website / 10 Comments

September, September, where did you go? Fairly quiet month on the blog (-ish?), but here we go:


  1. Books reviewed this month include: Rupi Kaur’s milk and honey (review), Mhairi McFarlane’s You Had Me at Hello (review), and Yangsze Choo’s The Ghost Bride (review). You can check out all the books I’ve reviewed recently in the book review tag.
  2. For this month’s So You Want to Read…, I featured books written by Canadian historical fantasy author Guy Gavriel Kay. It’s funny because for years I thought I would never get around to the bulk of his bibliography, but I actually did earlier this year! So here I am recommending which books of his to check out first 🙂 For all my previous recommendations under this feature, check out this tag.
  3. Really cool but France Book Tours named me book blogger of the month for September :3 Many thanks again Emma!
  4. On a final note, I noticed this week that my blog has been acting up considerably–my Goodreads plugin that I was using before wasn’t loading, Revive Old Post hasn’t been working, blog is loading slower than usual, scheduled posts aren’t going live when they’re scheduled to. I don’t know if you guys have been experiencing any issues loading the blog or posting comments but I will try to look into it in the coming days.


And that’s about it from me for the month of September! Wishing you all a wonderful October. Keep a lookout here on the blog as I’ve got something going on early in the month (those who know me fairly well/been following me for years on end will probably guess what it is) 😉


10 Responses to “September Updates”

  1. I did have some trouble initially loading this page. I can’t remember what error I got, but it didn’t sound good, haha. (The subscription box at the bottom of your posts is also just showing up as code.) Hopefully everything fixes itself easily!

    • Thanks for the heads up about the subscription box! Boo that all of this code is mucking up; I had to uninstall a few widgets and plugins as a result 🙁

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