It’s finally Fall. Even though it started with 90 degree weather in Ohio, it’s been a little cooler the last few days and I love it. September has been stressful with work. We have a new fee schedule that starts in October and despite two separate “trainings”, we haven’t really been trained. I have also been tapped to do some extra work on it, but again had very poor training and we still haven’t been given the information we were promised, so it’s been a very stressful time. I hate not being adequately prepared for something. My reading month was a little disappointing with only one 4 star read.
Books Read: 12
Favorite Book I Read This Month:
Don’t Let Goby Harlan Coben
Books Reviewed: 4
Lies She Told by Cate Holahan – 4/5 Stars
Renegades (Renegades #1) by Marissa Meyer – 3.5/5 Stars
Don’t Let Go by Harlan Coben – 4/5 Stars
Blind Spot (Chesapeake Valor #3) by Dani Pettrey – 3/5 Stars
Books Read in 2017 Overall: 109
One of Us is Lying has made it’s way onto my Favorites list of 2017 and I think it lends itself really well to a tv series. I know that being “in development” doesn’t necessarily mean that it will actually make it to air, but I really hope this one does!
Nikolai is getting his own series!!!! He is one of my favorite characters and I am so excited that we’ll get more of him. King of Scars will be published in 2019 (so far away!). Did you know that Bardugo originally planned to kill Nikolai off in the same book he was first introduced? I’m so glad she didn’t. And can Kaz Brekker PLEASE be involved in this book somehow?!?
Marry Me at Christmas by Susan Mallery to be a HallMark Christmas Movie
I went on a big holiday romance reading binge last year and one of my favorites was Marry Me At Christmas (Fool’s Gold #19) by Susan Mallery. I was very excited to see that it’s been updated to be part of Hallmark’s Christmas movie line-up. It’s set to air on October 28th, which I think is WAY too early for anything Christmas related, but I’ll make an exception for HallMark.
Looking Forward to October:
I am feeling ahead of the curve with 5 reviews already scheduled for October – including my spot on the blog tour for 13 Minutes by Sarah Pinborough. After four years of blogging this is just my second time as part of a tour. The only other book that I’m really anticipating for October is All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater. My Canadian relatives are coming for a visit at the end of the month and I am very excited to see how much my niece has grown!