October 2017 Report

October’s been a frustrating month for me, and I’m glad to put it behind me. Almost everything took a day or more longer than I thought it would to read, I had a hard time writing a few posts (don’t ask me why), and like I mentioned yesterday, I got knocked out by a stupid cold for a few days. On the other hand, looking back at this post, I read some pretty cool books — and when I can focus on that, this is a pretty fun hobby. And If I can accomplish most of what I want to in November, this’ll be a much happier post next month.

But enough of that, here’s what happened here in October.

Books/Novels/Novellas Read/Listened to:

Reformed Catholicity Workman's Complication How to Think: A Survival Guide for a World at Odds
3 Stars 3.5 Stars 4 Stars
The Flying Frog and the Kidnappers Death Masks (Audiobook) The Hanging Garden
2 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars
Uncensored Bonfire A Long Day in Lychford
3 Stars 3 Stars 3 Stars
The Dark Prophecy Planet Grim Henry: A Polish Swimmer's True Story of Friendship from Auschwitz to America
3 Stars       4 Stars
The Hanging Tree Ghost Hero Bodacious Creed
4 Stars 4 Stars 3.5 Stars
Grace Alone—-Salvation as a Gift of God All That Is in God As the Crow Flies
4 Stars 5 Stars 4 Stars
An Unexpected Afterlife A Die Hard Christmas Y is for Yesterday
3 Stars 5 Stars 3 Stars

DNF:

http://rhettbruno.com/the-complete-circuit-trilogy/(again, not the book’s fault — my problem)            

Still Reading:

A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament: The Gospel Realized A Plague of Giants Meddling Kids
Communication Failure            

Reviews Posted:

How was your month?

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5 thoughts on “October 2017 Report

  1. Yep, I was glad October was over as well. And just like you said above, my monthly roundup post help correct some tunnel vision I had.

    Any particular plans for november, or just powering through what’s on your list? I’ve got the next Malazan book by Esslemont on tap, as soon as it comes out that is. Probably the first time this year I’m moving a book to the head of the line so fast and so promptly…

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    • Mostly powering through — but there’s a new Jack Reacher book on the horizon, Weir’s Artemis, and a book by a certain S. C. Flynn that should be highlights for the month.

      I remember reading your post yesterday and thinking, “Oh, good for him.” Didn’t think of it again until I’d scheduled this to go up. Here’s looking forward to next month’s write-ups.

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