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10.28.2015

River City Reading's Library Checkout: October



I couldn't resist participating in Shannon at River City Reading's Library Checkout, a monthly feature encouraging readers to share their library haul (or hold addiction), for October because I actually finished a couple (or am so very close to) and needed to celebrate! This was, of course, prior to receiving a notification that every hold I have ever made was ready for me to pick up. AHHHH! At least November is looking a little less hectic than October and I can put a dent in it. Wishful thinking.

Read This Month

In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware

Listened This Month

A God in Ruins by Kate Atkinson (75% finished)

Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay (35%)

Returned, Unread

Mecca: The Sacred City by Ziauddin Sardar

Fairytales from the Brothers Grimm: A New English Version by Phillip Pullman

Black Earth: A Journey Through Russia After the Fall by Andrew Meier

An English Ghost Story by Kim Newman

**Only one fine (haha) for late return: Melt: The Art of Macaroni and Cheese (I didn't even make one dish from this book!! The horror!)

Checked Out/ To Be Read

TOO MANY TO LIST! AHHH. I'm drowning in books. Seriously.

On Hold

Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith

Audio Holds

Missoula by Jon Krakauer

Year of Wonders by Geraldine Brooks

Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates



Read any of these? Which one should I choose next?! :)


11 comments:

  1. I am starting to whittle down my choice for which one I will sneak off with.

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  2. In the dark, dark wood is waiting for me at the library, I can't wait to dive in! Since Halloween is coming fast you should read Poe next! (Also, Fates and Furies is pretty great).

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    1. I couldn't get the Poe finished before Halloween! Wahhh. I have it saved for next year!! I'm starting Fates and Furies next :)

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  3. LOVE that pile. Fates and Furies is so great and you just reminded me that I want to read Romantic Outlaws (I'm going to try to restrain myself and not add it to my overflowing hold list!).

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    1. I'm starting Fates and Furies this week! I can't wait. My husband actually read it before (this NEVER happens), so we decided to go to a local book discussion together later this month. And I've had Romantic Outlaws since before it came and shamefully did not read it in time.

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  4. I started The Witch of Lime Street. I still need to get used to the writing style, but the story is interesting. I have to go check out what Black Earth is all about...

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    1. I'm going to start it pretty soon but I'll keep this in mind. I really don't know much about Black Earth but the premise is pretty interesting.

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  5. Seeing several Career of Evil listings. I can't wait for my hold to come in!

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    1. I know, right?! I'm like 400th on the list! Ha!

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  6. Why do they always come in at once? I am jealous you have Fates & Furies - my hold list will take forever I think.

    Romantic Outlaws is SO good!

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    1. I know!!! It kills me because it's always when I'm slammed with my photography work and I can't read any of them! *sobs*

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