Tuesday, November 13, 2012

September and October Reading Completed

I have been writting a list of all of the books that I have reviewed throughout the month at the end of each month and it totally slipped my mind to post one at the end of September (just in case anyone missed a review that they were eagerly waiting for or just wanted the Reader's Digest Verision).  It might have been the last book that I was reading at the end of September that was the reason for my writting block.  I couldn't get that book finished and I was refusing to give up so it took almost a month to read it...thankfully done and back to the library on the same day.

So back on track, here is two months in the making!!  If you click on each title, it will link you directly to the original post.


1. Mockingjay (The Hunger Games, Book 3) by Suzanne Collins- A must read as the final book in the trilogy series.

2. SHED Your Stuff, Change Your Life: A Four-Step Guide to Getting Unstuck by Julie Morgenstern 

3. Making Peace with the Things in Your Life: Why Your Papers, Books, Clothes, and Other Possessions Keep Overwhelming You and What to Do About It by Cindy Glovinsky


1. Pattern of Wounds (A Roland March Mystery) by J. Mark Bertrand

2.  Momfidence!: An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting by Paula Spencer

3. That Summer Place: Old Things\Private Paradise\Island Time by Jill Barnett, Debbie Macomber and Susan Wiggs.

4.  The Nanny Diaries: A Novel by Emma Mclaughlin and Nicola Kraus

5. Fourplay: A Novel by Jane Moore

Happy Reading to all of you and I hope that you find some books that you love to read!!  Let me know if I should check them out :)  There is still two months more in the year so let me know and I will try to squeeze them in with the long list of library books that I just had come off hold during the storm!!  Lots of reading ahead and I hope that you enjoy a good book soon too!!

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