September Monthly Challenge

September Monthly Challenge

1. 'S' is for September: Read a book that starts with 'S' or a book whose author's first or last name starts with 'S'.

2. Happy Anniversary! Read a book that was published in September of any year or read a book of an RRRC member that joined in September of any year. Link to member list, beginning with September 2016

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) author- Sabrina Jeffries. Read one book written by Sabrina Jeffries or any author with her first or last name. Link to Sabrina Jeffries's backlist

Fun Facts about Sabrina-
* Sabrina Jeffries was born in New Orleans
* She has published over 50 novels
* She writes Historical Romance
* Sabrina has three major passions: jigsaw puzzles, chocolate, and music.
* She has a Ph.D. in English literature

You may also read a book set in New Orleans, or by an author who is from New Orleans. You can also read any book which is shelved as Historical Romance or a book which setting is university. Or you can read a book which has some of your own passion included.

4. September - Happy cat month. This special month is brought to us by the CATalyst Council to help spread education and awareness about the health, welfare, and importance of companion cats. A happy cat means happy household, right?
- Read a book that has a cat on a cover or in the story, or read a book that makes you feel either royal or fuzzy and happy.

5. 5th Sept - Be Late For Something Day. Be Late For Something Day reminds us that sometimes, just sometimes, it’s ok to let things slide and not quite be on time.
- Read a book that could make you either stay up late or be late for some appointment.

6. 6th Sept - Read a book day. Reading has been proved to lower stress, so...
- Read a book which relaxes you and/or takes you away from all the stress of the actual world.

7. 15th Sept - International dot day. This special day has been invented to encourage people to harness their creativity.
- Read a book where there are a dot or dots in the cover (i.e. a dot on lowercase title letters i and j, exclamation point dot).

8. 20th Sept - Punch day. The word "punch" actually means "five", a word originating from the Hindustani word panch. It celebrates the traditional punch base recipe of five key ingredients: alcohol (usually spirits), lemon (or other fruits), sugar, water, and tea (or other spices, e.g. cinnamon).
- Read a spicy story or a book where there is a number 5 in either release day or in the page number.

9. 25th Sept - One-Hit wonder day. This term was established by music journalist Steve Rosen back in 1990, and it means those musicians who have one hit and then nothing more.
- Read a standalone book or a book where the music plays some major part in the story.

10. Reader's Choice: Read any book of your choice.


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