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Hello October!

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I love October. Don’t you? It’s definitely one of my favourite months. It’s so Fall-y. And beautiful. And cozy.  Hot cocoa, tea, and hoodies – my favourites! And it’s also my birthday month, which is always a plus. ;)

September is a good month too, though busy in the beginning half because of harvest. But it starts the Autumn time and I love that. I hope you all had a good September. Ours was…busy. It went by really fast. Hoping October is a little slower. ;)

So, it’s about time for my September Book Recap.  This is what I got last month:

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Angels Watching Over Me by Michael Phillips – Thrift store

Lady in Waiting – Thrift store

Monk: Mr. Monk Goes to Hawaii – Thrift Store

Monk: Mr. Monk Goes to the Firehouse – Thrift Store

Soul Surfer by Bethany Hamilton – Little Free Library

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society – Little Free Library

Dear America: Light in the Storm – Little Free Library

Dear America: When will this cruel war be over? – Little Free Library

Heart to Heart with Mallory – Garage sale

Before Midnight: a Cinderella Retelling – Little Free Library

The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai – Library Book Sale

Walking from East to West by Ravi Zacharias – Amazon

 

And Sepetember was a pretty good reading month for me, so that was nice! I had several days of really bad back pain, which is a bummer but it resulted in lots of laying down so lots of reading! :) These are the books I read, 8 in total:

Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth #1

Asking for Trouble, Through Thick and Thin, Don’t Kiss Him Goodbye, and Flirting with Disaster all by Sandra Byrd

Call the Midwife #2 and Call the Midwife #3

Dead Reckoning by Ronie Kendig

 

I’m currently reading “God’s Daughter” by Heather Day Gilbert in preparation for the release of its sequel,  “Forest Child”!

For October, I don’t think I really have any goals…just to enjoy it. And turn a year older, but that’s not really a goal – that happens naturally. ;)

We’re going to the zoo, which promises to be loads of fun!

What does October hold for you, friends?

 

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I am a peculiar treasure who is passionately in love with my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I love writing, reading, knife/tomahawk-throwing, and letter-writing, among other things. :)

6 thoughts on “Hello October!

  1. I love that October picture! So cute. :)
    That’s a nice haul, and I got the 4th book in the same series by M Phillips! Love it. And Dear America’s are always good.

    1. Thanks! I like it too. :)
      Oh really? Nice! I’m looking forward to reading the series. And yes, one can never go wrong with Dear America’s! :D
      Thanks for commenting, Soleil!

  2. Goodness, I wish I’d read so much this month!! My reading has been quite crap lately. Nice haul of new books :D I have some exciting ones to read soon so hopefully it will spur me on!

    1. I know what you mean – not all months are such a success in reading for me!! I hope you get some good time to read soon, though. :)
      Thanks! And thanks for commenting, Stefanie! :)

  3. Seconding Soleil here – love the post graphic. :D
    Hmm, don’t think I’ve read any of these. But Angels Watching Over Me and the Dear Americas are on the TBR XD
    YES! It’s October and I love October!! <3 What does it hold for me? School (bleh.) and *hopefully* more writing. :P

    Enjoyed!

    1. Many thanks, Faith! :D
      Haha, mine too! My TBR scares me sometimes…
      Yes, yes, and so many yes’! October is lovely. Though I’m sorry for it holding school for you. ;) I hope you survive it!!! :D
      Thanks for commenting!

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