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What Are You Reading? (August–September–October Catch-up Edition)

Monday, November 2, 2015

Happy First Monday of November, everyone.
It’s Reading Report time!

Open Book by Dave Dugdale

Open Book by Dave Dugdale

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Because of the FirstDraft60 challenge, we’ve missed our last couple of check-ins, so we’ve got lots of catching up to do. Tell us what you’ve finished reading in August, September, and October 2015, what you’re currently reading, and what’s on your To Be Read stack/list. And if you’ve reviewed the books you’ve read somewhere, please include links!

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  • What book(s) did you finish reading (or listening to) since the last update?
  • What are you currently reading and/or listening to?
  • What’s the next book on your To Be Read stack/list?

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  1. Sylvia M. permalink
    Monday, November 2, 2015 10:37 am

    Here’s what I read in the past three months.
    August Books
    September Books
    October Books

    Right now I’m reading Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell, Jane Austen and Food by Maggie Lane, and Not by Sight by Kate Breslin.

    Up next is the novella A January Bride by Deborah Raney, My Brother’s Crown by Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould, and Luther and Katharina by Jody Hedlund.

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  2. Monday, November 2, 2015 10:47 am

    What book(s) did you finish reading (or listening to) since the last update? (Books finished in August, September, and October 2015)
    Because so much of my time in September and October was focused on my own story, I didn’t read as much—and as I suspected, now that I’m working from home, I’m not getting through as many audiobooks, since I used to listen to those while getting ready for work in the mornings and sometimes on my commute.

    Jillaroo by Rachael Treasure, audiobook read by Miranda Nation (2.5 stars, click title for review).

    The Bride (Lairds’ Fiancées #1) by Julie Garwood, audiobook read by Rosalyn Landor (3.5 stars, a re-read of an early 1990s favorite)

    Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones by R.A. Salvatore, audiobook read by Jonathan Davis. (4 stars; I’m listening to/re-reading all six novelizations of the films in order to prepare for Episode VII in December)

    Death Comes to Pemberley by P.D. James. (2 stars; click title for review)

    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling. (4 stars; as with Austen, I re-read at least one of the seven books every year)

    Only a Kiss (The Survivors’ Club #6) by Mary Balogh, audiobook read by Rosalyn Landor (2.5 stars; click title for review)

    The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet by Bernie Su and Kate Rorick (4.5 stars; a re-read in anticipation of the final book in this list; click title for review)

    Star Wars, Episode III: Revenge of the Sith by Matthew Woodring Stover, audiobook read by Jonathan Davis (4 stars; click title for review)

    The Epic Adventures of Lydia Bennet by Kate Rorick and Rachel Kiley, audiobook read by Mary Kate Wiles (4 stars; click title for review)

    What are you currently reading and/or listening to?
    Travelling to Infinity by Jane Hawking

    The Cottage on the Corner by Shirlee McCoy, audiobook read by Eileen Stevens

    Star Wars: From the Adventures of Luke Skywalker by George Lucas

    What’s the next book on your To Be Read stack/list?

    The Empire Strikes Back by Donald F. Glut and George Lucas

    Return of the Jedi by James Kahn

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