September 2020 Wrap-Up

So, the dreaded block editor has caught up with me. I have no idea if this post will work the way I want it to at all, but I am going to try my best? To everyone’s surprise, including my own, I actually have a lot to show for this first section of the monthly wrap-up. I always use it to talk about the books I have read and I have finished a total of SIX this last month. It’s certainly one of the higher outcomes this year!

Teen Titans: Raven Teen Titans: Beast Boy Dear Justyce (Dear Martin, #2) A Deadly Education (Scholomance, #1) Watch Over Me The Black Veins

As per usual, click on the covers to get re-directed to Goodreads, where you are always welcome to add me as a reading buddy! My own reviews you’re able to find by clicking on the titles in the list above.

This month passed by rather quickly. I don’t even remember what I did for most of it. However, one of the highlights for me was the show Julie and the Phantoms. I did not expect to like it as much as I did, but it’s really so wholesome and sweet and the songs are real bops. If you want to check out the art I did for the show, you can always do so on my art instagram account (SO close to 400 followers there!).

I don’t know what else to tell you. I did continue with my MasterClass subscription after finishing the Natalie Portman acting class with the Shonda Rhimes class on writing for television. I got super interesting insights on Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal, but also realised that Shonda works in specific ways that might not work for me. However, she did get me inspired to work on a novel with an actual outline and let me tell you, that’s rare! It could be beneficial for the upcoming NaNoWriMo though.





I hope you all had a lovely September and are ready for the Spooktober season! I, for one, am glad that it’s a little more chilly outside and I get to wear layers again.

8 thoughts on “September 2020 Wrap-Up

  1. Happy to hear that you enjoyed Dear Justyce, I’m really looking forward to reading it soon! I’m currently watching Julie and the Phantoms with a friend and it’s such a wholesome show that I already love πŸ₯° I hope you have a great October! πŸŽƒ

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    • It was really good and a great companion to Dear Martin! I didn’t really know why Nic Stone decided to write this in the first place, but her personal notes in the front and back of the book made it perfectly clear!
      Julie and the Phantoms is the best to warm your heart!

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    • I found a way to not have to use the block editor!!! If you go to the admin page, all posts and look for the “new post” field there, there’s a drop down option to use the classic editor. Hate them for hiding it like that haha

      A Deadly Education was sillier than I thought it would be, but I loved it 😊 thank you!!


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