September 2017 round up

Another month gone by and it’s been a busy one. I just want to apologise for not getting my blog out on Friday, but this week has rather gotten away from me. I assure you it will be ready for next week!

So here’s how Fiona’s September has gone!


I’ve only finished one book this month!

  • East End Angel – Kay Brellend

I’ve got a few on the go though:

  • What to Expect, the 1st Year – Heidi Murkoff
  • The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar – audiobook by Roald Dahl
  • The Railway Children – E. Nesbit


  • The new series of Only Connect
  • The new series of Task Master
  • And I’m still keeping up with Hollyoaks


  • Started going to rhyme time in my local library and inflicting my singing voice on Brodie and others
  • I have also been going to a baby and toddler group (it has free cake and drinks!)
  • I have done lots and lots of washing, who knew a baby could ruin so many outfits a day?
  • Not enough sleeping!


  • The Mystery of the Strange Bundle – Reviewed here and here
  • The Language of the Dead – Stephen Kelly

I’m also reading:

  • Five go Glamping –  Liz Tipping
  • Russian Roulette (Mirabelle Bevan Mysteries #6) – Sarah Sheridan
  • Peggy and Me – Miranda Hart
  • Feet of Clay – Terry Pratchett


I really haven’t watched much this month, just the new series of Task Master on Dave.


  • As usual, Thai boxing
  • All the kids went back to school so work became very busy.
  • I went to visit Fiona and baby Brodie! He’s such a little monkey but so cute! When he does decide he’s happy to sit with you, you are pretty much stuck with him, however that’s beside the point because he’s adorable, even if he is keeping his poor mummy up all night! Still he’s amazing and I can’t wait to go back to Scotland and have some more cuddles.

Anyway, that’s it for this month! Hope you like next month’s blogs. Let me know in the comment below what your September was like!

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1 Response to September 2017 round up

  1. chrissie777 says:

    Well, I re-discovered Agatha Christie and re-read “The Hollow”, my favorite among those 38 AC crime novels which I’ve read way back in the 1980’s. In September we’ve watched “Agatha Christie’s Hercules Poirot” season 13 (with David Suchet) which was such a delight! One can only guess how good the previous 12 seasons must be! We’ve watched “And then there were None” with Miranda Richardson and Charles Dance, supposedly BBC’s big Christmas 2015 TV event. Here in the US BBC productions tend to arrive with quite a delay, so now we are enjoying lots of AC TV movies. “The Hollow” and “Dead Man’s Folly” (filmed at Greenway, Devon) were particularly well-done adaptations from book to TV. Last week we’ve also watched one Miss Marple episode called “The Pale Horse” and plan to watch “Agatha Christie’s Marple” once we’ll be done with watching Poirot seasons 1 -12.


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