The October Pick Your Book winner is:
Thank you to Judith Graves for hosting the week long Crossroads Blog Tour and to all the participating authors. Hopefully you discovered a few new authors and spooky reads.
The winner of the Grand Prize $50 Amazon Gift Card was Birgit L. You can check out the Crossroads Blog Tour Facebook page for details and links to all the posts.
For my November Giveaway – I’m going to do something a little different. I signed up for the 5th Annual Black Friday Book Bonanza Hop, hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer & Book Shelfery. I’m not sure what my prize will be yet but I can promise it will be book-ish and be international. So check back her on the 27th!
Then for December it’s my FIFTH year Blogoversary!!! I can’t believe I made it (well I’m not quite there yet but I think I’ll make it lol). I’m thinking up ideas for a fun giveaway so keep that in mind for Dec.
Reading started off sloooow but I seemed to get a second wind and it picked up the last two weeks for a total of 20 books read. From my October TBR pile, I passed on two books – Storm, These Shallow Graves, read 5 – Vengeance Road, Signs Point to Yes, this Ordinary Life, The Rest of Us Just Live Here, Food Whore, I’m reading First & Then right now (cute), and still need to read Wolf by Wolf, Rescue Road and A Step Towards Falling. Not bad. And of course I went of course and read other books too….
Full list of October reads: (I added links if I reviewed it)
LOVED Real World, and Waiting for Clark (freebie) and Status Update. Falling for His Roommate was baaaaad
Quick, light and freebie
Star Dust was Historical Romance set in the 60’s – loved it! White Collar Girl is more literary fiction and was meh
Interesting novella about grief and love with a touch of the supernatural
Still trying to work out my feelings on this one. It was funny at times but I disliked almost every character…
For those who celebrate – did you have a fun Halloween? We had SOOOO many Trick or Treaters that I ran out of candy at 90 kids…
I posted this on Twitter so most of you have probably seen it already but here are my kids dressed up over the years. I swear that they enjoy it. They kids in the neighborhood loved it so they would go trick or Treating once the kids got home from school