Month in Review: October 2016

Posted October 28, 2016 by Lory in blog housekeeping / 16 Comments

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This month was largely spent getting ready for Witch Week — and that’s also why I’m posting this a bit early, as this coming Sunday the excitement will begin. Some of the books I reviewed this month would be perfect for that event, so I hope you’ll check them out.

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Reviews

Other Books Read

  • windsmallislesOnions in the Stew by Betty MacDonald – Review to come
  • The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living by Louise Miller – Reading New England
  • The Poisoner’s Handbook by Deborah Blum – Nonfiction Book Club
  • Raising Demons by Shirley Jackson – Reading New England
  • The Murder of Mary Russell by Laurie R. King
  • The Wind Off the Small Isles by Mary Stewart
  • Betsy and the Great World and Betsy’s Wedding by Maud Hart Lovelace – Rereads

Other Features and Events

Shared in the Sunday Post hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer, the Month in Review linkup at The Book Date, and the Monthly Wrap-up Round-up hosted by Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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16 responses to “Month in Review: October 2016

  1. I liked the movie, The Witches of Eastwick, but honestly had no clue it was based on a book. Happy November!

    • As with many movies, I think it was changed quite a bit for the screen. Sounds like more fun than the book to me.

  2. danielle hammelef

    I found some new books on your post today. Thank you! I haven’t heard about these.

  3. I haven’t heard any of the books you listed here, and some of their titles alone sound fascinating. I’ll be sure to check them out now! Hope November is treating you well!

    • Well Cilla, November has not exactly been a bed of roses here in the USA. But life continues and I’m grateful for small mercies — and for books.

  4. You’ve been steadily reading through the Betty McDonald oeuvre for sure! I hadn’t realized there was more beyond Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, whom I still sometime think of when washing dishes or (less frequently) making my bed.