Happy Halloween! I love this most glorious of holidays!

I actually got back to reading this month after my massive slump in September. This is almost entirely due to Sariah Wilson who is my new Kindle Unlimited Queen. Who knew that no-sex contemporary romance was going to be like catnip for me? Seriously, this woman has me out here reading sports romances. Sports romances! I don’t want to read sports romances except that I really, really do.

Here’s the rest of my reading just to prove that I could stop reading Sariah Wilson whenever I want – honest!

So that means I read:

  • 22 books
  • 3 nonfiction
  • 2 audiobooks

What’s Coming Up in the Reading World?

Nonfiction November is starting up, of course! I have been horribly neglectful of nonfiction books this year. I think it is because the year has been such a mess that I’ve been all about the escapism.

Reading All Around the World challenge from Howling Frog Books

  • Read a nonfiction book about the country – or
  • Read fiction written by a native of the country or someone living for a long time in the country.

I finished Coffeeland so I got El Salvador! I also checked off Columbia with My Time to Speak.

6 Replies to “October 2020 Wrap Up”

  1. I LOVE my Kindle Unlimited subscription. Glad you found a new KU Queen. I’m reading The Dresden Files as part of Finishing The Series and Audiobook Challenge. Just finished Blood Rites this month. I started reading Annette Coombe’s Guild Codex in the summer but I’ve only read books 1 and 2. I’ll have to put it on next year’s Finishing The Series and Audio Challenge! Lol!
    Hope you have a great November.

    1. I absolutely LOVE The Dresden Files on audiobook. I’m a huge fan of James Marsters and listening to him read the books makes me so happy. I just saw an interview on YouTube from this year’s New York Comic Con between him and Jim Butcher that was amazing.

  2. I’m curious about Coffeeland too! I’ve only started drinking coffee within the last year or so, but I’ve really been enjoying it. Thanks for joining us for Nonfiction November 🙂

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