September | Monthly Wrap Up

September was another crazy month.  Even though both of my kids are now back in school, I still didn’t seem to have enough time to do everything I had wanted. My medical conditions also caused a few hiccups. I had 2 flare ups, each lasting close to a week.  They left me in a tizzy.  Unable to concentrate and my pain levels skyrocketed. I don’t say this to gain sympathy.  I say this as just as a recap of my month and a hurdle I faced.



red heart on a old opened book

Reading was very slow this month. I only read 3 books.

  1. Perfect Girls by Allison James
  2. Lies by TM Logan
  3. The Wife’s Secret by Kerry Wilkinson

The Blog

The meaning of bibliovert


The month of September has continued to be a month of learning, growing, and researching.  I had 11 posts in September, compared to 5 posts in August. So, it seems the blog is moving in the right direction.

I’m still on a learning curve.  There is so much information out there that it feels like my brain is on information overload.


Goals for October

  1. Focus on a minimum of 2 blog posts a week.
  2. Continue to grow my social media accounts (increase by 6%)
  3. Read more and clean up my NetGalley shelf
  4. *REMEMBER* PROGRESS OVER PERFECTION (There will be hiccups along the way, just keep moving forward)

Here’s to CRUSHING it next month!

Last, but not least, I want to send a BIG THANK YOU to the other bloggers and readers that have stopped by my little corner of the internet. The messages, the likes, and shares here on the blog and my social media accounts have meant the world to me.

Thank You! ❤

13 thoughts on “September | Monthly Wrap Up

  1. You got this hun – whatever you put your mind to, you will achieve. You inspire me to read more but I am queen of excuses on why I haven’t cracked up a book yet. 11 posts? That’s amazing that is almost 2 times a week – that’s a phenomenal accomplishment! I look forward to catching up on some!!

    Much Love,

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    1. Thank you so much for your support! It means a lot to me. I semi-stalked your site and I have to say your kids are adorable! My oldest, who is now in college, played football
      when he was younger and I remeber all those practices and games like it was yesterday! Great moments to look back on!


    1. Thanks! When my blog is a hobby, I think it’s best to have simple, obtainable goals. Otherwise, I’d get frustrated and then it just wouldn’t be fun anymore. What are your goals for this month?


      1. Oh I haven’t made them yet, but since I don’t work I blog full time basically. So I’m aiming for more like 50 views a day. Once I make my goals I will make a whole post about them. 🙂 I love making small goals because I feel so good about myself when I achieve them

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      2. I agree! It’s always nice to be able to hit the goals we’ve set for ourselves. Do you mind me asking how long you have been blogging? I’m still new to this.


      3. Blogging, only the last year. I have been reviewing for 4 years, which is why I created my blog. I originally just thought that I would use it to post my reviews, and then I found that I wasn’t getting many followers that way. Then I also started writing discussion posts and have been getting a lot more interaction. If you’re relatively new to book blogging you should check out my post all about where to get ARC’s. I made it to try and help new bloggers.

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      4. Of course, it is nice to have prompts to start. I also would recommend the weekly tags like Top Ten Tuesday, I think they bring a lot of traffic because a lot of people talk about the same subject on the same day, so they want to see what other people do.

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