October Wrap Up

October:

Books I Read:

Currently Reading:

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Challenges:

  • 2019 Audiobook Challenge
    • New Books: 0
    • Total: 12/20
  • 2019 Retellings Reading Challenge
    • New Books: 0
    • Total: 4/8
  • 2019 Goodreads Reading Challenge
    • New Books: 4
    • Total: 53/75

I’ve given up on all my challenges.  I am still going to keep track, but I am not going to kill myself trying to meet them.

Around the Blogosphere:

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Lindsay @ Singer of Stories speculates what her Witchy Familiar would be, and she also provides some super interesting history about familiars.

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Xandra @ Starry Sky Books complied a fun list of Major Things You Forgot (or didn’t know!) From Harry Potter

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Sophie @ Beware Of The Reader takes on the super tough topic of why its okay for authors to to write outside of their #OwnVoices box

November

Already Finished:

Currently Reading:

TBR:

Extended TBR:

*Disclaimer: All Amazon Links are affiliate links. If you purchase anything through one of my links I will get a small commission! All the thoughts and opinions in this post are mine and in no way influenced by Amazon.

What was your favorite read from last month? What books are you looking forward to this month? Lets Chat!

24 comments

  1. I remember reading your review for We were the Lucky Ones and thinking it was one I needed to read. I am not going to finish my challenges either. I will continue to keep track, but I know I will not finish them all, especially the POP Sugar one.

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  2. I Love You So Mochi has been getting a lot of positive reviews lately and I am contemplating reading it too. I hope you’ll enjoy the end of the Ruin and Rising series. I also LOVED A curse so dark and lovely so so much. I hope you will be able to get to it in November :3

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    1. Sarah Kun is one of my favorite authors so that is really the only reason I read I Love You So Mochi haha. It was good. The story was cute. I didn’t love it as much as her other books, but its worth reading. I just finished Ruin and Rising and I did enjoy the end 😀 Thanks!

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