This month’s quote was chosen one hundred percent because October is not my favorite month of the year. For me, it’s when things start getting really cold. It’s Halloween, which isn’t my favorite holiday by any means. It’s also when The Nightmare Before Christmas–a movie I happen to hate–crops up. Granted, there are good things about October. Hocus Pocus, for example, is amazing. But as far as I go, October is kind of a different world from mine. And it only took me 10 days into November to get this posted!

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October kind of sucked for me, both in reading and reviewing. I only managed 11 reviews and read only 20 books. It’s a pretty small number for me considering how much I’ve managed to do in the past. I’m not really sure what it is about October that left me so busy and unable to keep up, but hopefully, it won’t carry over into November. As I speak, though, my slump hasn’t quite passed yer.

the navigatorIf you’ve been here for a while, it should come as no surprise that October’s best read was The Navigator by Erin Michelle Sky and Steven Brown. I’ve been raving about The Wendy for over a year now and naturally, I loved its sequel. If you’ve not picked up either book thus far, I would highly suggest that you do!

I Love You Like No Otter [Sydney Hanson]

Bezkamp [Samuel Sattin]

An ABC of Equality [Chana Ginelle Ewing]

Half-Blood [Hubert Boulard]

What I Like About You [Marisa Kanter]

House of Salt and Sorrows [Erin A. Craig]

The Princess of Clèves [Madame De La Fayette / Catel and Claire Bouilhac]

The Weaver [Heather Kindt]

Wicked Saints [Emily A. Duncan]

Nothing Special (S1) [Katie Cook]

Nothing Special (S2) [Katie Cook]

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