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Lillian: Happy Sunday y’all! I cannot believe that it is already November. Where did October go? Where has 2018 gone?! Gah…Christmas is around the corner and I haven’t even started shopping 🤦🏼♀️ I just felt my blood pressure rise a little 😂 Oh well….October was a good month. I added a blogger to the blog, an old friend who I’ve reconnected with on Facebook who also happens to love books and talking about books as much as me. I finally read Tower of Dawn and DIDN’T hate it *high fives* Reading wise I only read four books this month. To my credit two of those books equated to ~1600 pages SOOOOOOO….I feel accomplished 😉
Amanda: Both September AND October have been crazy. But I’m excited to start my favorite time of the year. So far this month I’ve read three books, but two of them have been hugenormous. I haven’t had a lot of time to read – I only finished as much as I have because we were sick this past week. 😬
This month I not only started blogging with Lillian, but I’ve also started a powerlifting class – all while my husband is working out of town and all five of us are fighting colds constantly. I feel pretty accomplished, considering 💪. I’m so excited to get November underway (my birthday month) – I have a lot of goals to wrap up, and some FUN book goals. 😍👯♀️
Favorite October Read
Reviews in October 2018
- Strain of Vengeance by Michelle Bryan ★★★★★
- A Spark of Vengeance by Rebecca Ethington ★★★★
- The Warrior Princess by Siobhan Davis ★★★★★
- Smoke and Iron by Rachel Caine ★★★★
- The Heights of Perdition by C.S. Johnson ★★★★
- Mastery of Earth by Michelle Bryan, M. Lynn ★★★★★
- Fall of the Dragon by Rebecca Ethington ★★★★★
- The Guardian by Sarah Fine ★★★½
- The Darkest Star by Jennifer L Armentrout ★★★★★
Other October 2018 Fun
- WoW #126 – Stain by A.G. Howard
- Sunday Post #151 – I Worked Out
- TTT #144 – Longest Books I’ve Ever Read
- WoW #127 – King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo
- Sunday Post #152 – Fall Break
- Sunday Post #153 – Meet Amanda
- Novel Flicks | Throne of Glass Dream Cast
- TTT #145 – Villains
- WoW #128 – Dream Keeper by Amber R. Duell
- Sunday Post #154 – Cold and Rainy, Perfect Reading Weather
- TTT #146 – Characters We Want to Be For Halloween
- WoW #129 – All is Fair by Dee Garretson
Coming Up This Week
- Can You Read a Series in a Month? Challenge – goals post
- HoHoHo Read-a-Thon – goals post
- Top Ten Tuesday | “Backlist Books I Want to Read” hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl
- Broken Kei by Jen Wylie – review
- Sandpiper Shore by Debbie Mason – review
- Weekend Reads | Tower of Dawn by Sarah J Maas
Your Turn! What are you looking forward to in November? Share below ♥️
I can’t believe where the time has gone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Same!! I feel like all of November I’m going to be walking around going, “I CAN’T BELIEVE IT’S NOVEMBER,” even though the year progressed as every year before it has. November is always that novelty month where we realize how quickly time is flying.
Kingdom Of Ash is getting a lot of praise. Can’t wait to catch up on the series. Hard to believe we are already entering the second week of November. It’s my birthday month too!
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KoA is fantastic. Best end to a series I’ve ever read. I’m really hoping that there will be a spin-off series for the southern continent.
Happy birthday month ☺️
You got some great books. I am buying and not yet reading all the Thrones of Glass books. I look at all the reviews longingly. Soon.
I’ll see you at HoHoHoRAT. I’ve read 3 so far but one was an extremely short novella. Anne – Books of My Heart
AH girl! Make Throne of Glass your 2019 series! You will *not* regret it! I’ve not read enough Christmas books yet – but we’re working on it! 🙂 Good luck!!