Monthly Wrap-Up: October 2017
Hey Everyone! My birthday month is over and it was good memorable month in life aspect but in reading it was just okay.
This month in reading-
Fantasy / Mythology:
Name of Ra (Descendants of Isis #3) by Kelsey Ketch
Overall it was interesting but heroine were disappointing.
Fantasy / Futuristic / Dystopian:
No Vain Loss (No Ordinary Star #3) by M.C. Frank
Full of action and surprises, twist and turns. Open ended but no hints so I hope author decide to write more to this series.
Steal Me (Haunted Roads #1) by India R. Adams
This was 7th book by India and with this I read all of her books published till. Loved this book. There were good turning points. Little surprises. Freaking rocket speed book. Now I’m patiently waiting for her new release.
Refreshing, fast paced, gangster thriller. Though it was straight for me, I enjoyed it.
Social Engineer (Brody Taylor Thrillers #1) by Ian Sutherland
Novella, brilliant, perfectly written with all the required details in just few pages.
Tell Tale: Short Stories by Jeffrey Archer
This was my first Jeffrey Archer book that started in September and finished in October. It was collection of short stories, I enjoyed this so much that I purchased Clifton Chronicles.
Chick-Lit/ Women Fiction:
The Welcome Home Diner: A Novel by Peggy Lampman
Steady paced, with tasty family and romantic drama, sensitive issues, and and delicious food of diner.
Just Around The Bend: Más o Menos by Renée Paule
Self-help book. This was second book, sequel to ‘On the other Hand’. Can be read solo but I suggest to read in sequence. I started liking non-fictions after reading Renée Paule’s books. I learned lot from this book. There is something for everyone here.
Short story Reviews:
Saturday #ShortStoryReview: Nile Crossing by Katy Beebe
Saturday Short Story Review: All Aboard The Discovery Express: Open the Flaps and Solve the Mysteries by Emily Hawkins and Tom Adams
Author Interview: Michael Stott – Author of #TarehChronicle
Author Interview: Cristina Hodgson- Author of A Little of Chantelle Rose
Author Interview: Peggy Lampman, Author of The Welcome Home Diner
Other Blog Posts:
#CoverReveal & #Giveaway: Death Island by Kelsey Ketch
Thia is how my whole month looked like (with lots of dash/ blanks).
Overall this month was not that good. I’m 3 books behind but I will read them by first week of September.
How was your reading month? Have you read any of this book or planning to read? Have you completed targeted number of books? Share your thoughts in the comment-box below.
Happy Reading! 🙂
Megan @ Ginger Mom
The mythology one looks amazing! I think I might already have the first book in the series but haven’t read it yet. Definitely going to go check it out now 🙂 I am a new follower!