Hello you wonderful people.
Welcome to my October wrap-up. I know that I have not been consistent with these, but 2020 has been just one fire after another. So I am trying to make an effort to deliver constant posts to you guys.
I am very happy with what I read this month. I created a TBR for October even though I am a mood reader for a few reasons. 1) I have a number of books for reviews that I want to try to get finished before the end of the year, 2) I decided to do a month long read-a-thon for October because it just sounded like fun, and 3) I had quite a few of library holds that were coming to me in October. I was able to finish all of my books but 1, however I had to add a book to my TBR that was sent by an author for a tour in November.
Before I get to the books that I finished I want to tell you about some podcasts that I have been enjoying.
- On Purpose
- The Hidden Djinn
- Cabinet of Curiosities
- The Morbid Curiosity Podcast
On Purpose podcast brings fascinating conversations with some of the most insightful people in the world straight to viewers all over the world. Listen to new episodes on Mondays and Fridays anywhere you get your podcasts. Live life today On Purpose!
The Hidden Djinn
Ancient, powerful, and hidden from the human eye, djinn lore spans continents and centuries. Join host Rabia Chaudry every week as she takes you into the world you never even knew existed, the world of The Hidden Djinn.
Lore is a podcast about non-fiction scary stories. Each episode examines historical events that show the dark side of human nature and is presented in a style that’s been compared to a campfire experience.
Cabinet of Curiosities
Cabinet of Curiosities is an audio tour of the unbelievable, the unsettling, and the bizarre. Each episode features two short tales about the most amazing things found in the pages of history.
The Morbid Curiosity Podcast
The Morbid Curiosity Podcast Morbid Curiosity Podcast. A podcast for the morbidly curious. From serial killers to ghosts, ancient curses to obscure medical conditions, let us satisfy your curiosity. (Some episodes may not be appropriate for children.
5 Star Reads
Dead Woman Scorned by Michael Clark | (The Patience of a Dead Man #2) | Horror/ Paranormal | Add to Goodreads
The Hope of Christmas Past by L.G. Rollins | A Dickens of a Christmas Book 1 | Regency Romance, Christmas Story | Add to Goodreads
4 Star Reads
My Lady Quicksilver by Bec McMaster | (London Steampunk #3) | Victorian Romance, Steampunk| Add to Goodreads
Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker and Wendy Xu | Graphic Novel, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads
Nocturne by Kat Ross | (The Fourth Talisman #1) | Young Adult, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads
House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig | Young Adult, Retelling, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads
One Flew Through the Dragon Heart by C.S. Johnson | (Favan & Flew #1) | Steampunk, Fantasy, Romance | Add to Goodreads
Elemental Links by M.A. Leon | Steel and Magic | Fantasy | Add to Goodreads
Midnight Temptation by Shari Nichols | (Ravens Hollow Coven) | Fantasy, Romance | Add to Goodreads
3 Star Reads
Clash of the Demons by Joseph Delaney | (The Last Apprentice #6) | Young Adult, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads
Hocus Pocus & The All New Sequel by A.W. Jantha | Young Adult, Paranormal | Add to Goodreads
The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson | Science Fiction | Add to Goodreads
The Best of No Small Thing – Mindful Meditations by Deborah Hawkins | Collection of Blog Posts/ Non-Fiction | Add to Goodreads
The Lost Book of the White by Cassandra Clare and Wesley Chu | (The Eldest Curses #2) | Young Adult, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads
Alpha’s Revenge by Catherine Stine | (Royal Alpha Wolves Club #3) | Paranormal Romance, Shape-Shifters, Supernatural | Add to Goodreads
How was your reading month?
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One thought on “October 2020 Wrap-up”
Totally know what you mean about 2020 being one thing after another. I hope that this year ends the madness! I’ve given up trying to keep up and am just doing what I can.
Regardless, looks like you had a pretty good reading month, I hope that November has been good for you.