Monthly Review – October 2018

Monthly Review – October 2018

Goodness October has been a busy month and I’m sort of glad for it. I have gotten back into the short story reading kick thanks to Amazon’s Dark Corners Collection and found a new love for Joyce Carol Oates, who I think will easily become one of my favorite writers. I also began my graduate classes this past Monday and I am so unbelievably excited and nervous! I spent last weekend trying to work ahead in some of my classes, so hopefully I can juggle my work, school, and personal life. It’s been three years since I’ve been in school so I’ll need to freshen up a bit. I’ll probably need to stick to short stories for a while for little breaks between my textbook readings for class, so expect a lot of reviews for those in the future!

This Month’s Posts

Book Reviews

Other Posts

What I’ve Read





Book Haul

For Class

Kindle First

Kindle for Samsung



Review Request

Around The Web


24 Fall Books Recommended by Authors (BookBub)
Five Indigenous Speculative Fiction Authors You Should Be Reading (Tor)
Tamora Pierce: ‘Everybody thinks fantasy is so safe. Are you kidding?’ (The Guardian)
Todd Bol, creator of the Little Free Library movement, dies at 62 (StarTribune)


Tales of the TBR October Edition (Online Blanket Fort)
Top Ten Book Turn-Offs! (Jorie Loves A Story)
Why I Disagree With a Lot of Sorting Hat Quizzes – Discussion (Chronicles of Tick Tock)


All My Unread Books | Giant TBR (GirlReading)
Harry Potter House Symbolism: The World Needs Hufflepuffs (ScreenPrism)
Junji Ito’s Amigara Fault & the Horror of Compulsion (RagnarRox)
(thriller) books i’ve recently read #2 (Brandon the Book Addict)

Reading Next Month

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