Happy November! Hope everyone had a nice Halloween weekend. I had some friends from my “pod” come over on Saturday to play games and eat pizza and we handed out candy to trick or treaters. On Friday, my school had a Halloween costume parade with our hybrid students and we gave them candy and prizes. Yesterday was a gloomy, rainy day, and I spent most of it sleeping and catching up on some housework. I can’t believe it’s already November!
Books read in October: 9
Books read in 2020: 62
Goodreads Goal for 2020: 75
How was your reading month this month? What were your favorites/least favorites? Did you read any of the same books or are they on your TBR? Leave me a comment and…
Until next time,
8 thoughts on “October Wrap-Up”
Happy Reading! I am impressed with your October wrap-up. I have added a couple of these to my November TBR list… My month WAS way too busy and I only managed to read one book (don’t judge me! Lol). Recently I’ve been on a spirituality kick and I was lucky to come across the book “Journey: A Novel” by Andrew Zimmerman. It’s a fictional book that seems to have an “Eat Pray Love” feel because it’s about a guy, Paul, who travels to Glastonbury, England to visit friends and finds himself in the ultimate spiritual awakening. Prior to this he is an unhappy corporate drone that neglects his family. The trip makes him confront his true inner self and makes it clear that climbing up the corporate ladder is not his life’s purpose. This is an inspiring book that I really enjoyed. You can check out the book here – http://andrewzimmermanbooks.com/ Really hope you will give it a change! Thanks again for the variety of books!
Thank you so much! And I would never judge! “Journey: A Novel” sounds interesting – definitely adding it to my TBR. Thanks for the recommendation!
And thank you for commenting! x
I’m so envious of people like you who read so much. I’ve been struggling to finish Pratchett’s Men At Arms in October, and that’s a GOOD book. Who knows how I’d face a bad one. Am currently reading a local anthology (Malaysian), and after that I’ll probably hop onto one of Stephen King’s Dark Tower books.
It’s a struggle sometimes, even for me. I try to walk away from books that I get stuck in. It also helps to intersperse reading serious “adult” fiction with some YA books, middle-grade books, or graphic novels. That way I keep feeling motivated to read.
Keep at it! Sounds like you have some good books to read 🙂
Thanks for commenting! x
A Deadly Education was such a good read!
I know! I was actually surprised how much I liked it as I can be picky lol
Glad you enjoyed it too! x
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Looks like you had a good reading month! My October was mostly comic based because I wasn’t in a novel mood.
Lovely Wrap-Up Leigh!! Seance Tea Party was one of my favorite reads of October, such an amazing graphic novel!! 😍✨