October 2021 Reading Recap

I was going to post a review today, but in the interest of not forgetting to post this, I figured I’d better say what I read last month instead. In addition to recording the books I read last month, I also share a little about why I read those books, and if the books was my own copy, or a free copy I was gifted in exchange for a review. I also say whether the book is a new read, or whether I had read it before. If I have reviewed any of the books, I also try to link those. So without any further ado, this is what I read in October.

Shine in Pearl (An October Daye Novella) by Seanan McGuire, new read, own copy
Saint Dorian and the Witch by Michael Raship, new read, gifted
Kingdom of Shadow and Light (Fever #11) by Karen Marie Moning, new read, own copy
Burn With Me (Hidden Legacy #1) by Ilona Andrews, re-read, own copy
White Hot (Hidden Legacy #2) by Ilona Andrews, re-read, own copy
Wildfire (Hidden Legacy #3) by Ilona Andrews, re-read, own copy
Sapphire Flames (Hidden Legacy #4) by Ilona Andrews, re-read, own copy
Emerald Blaze (Hidden Legacy #5) by Ilona Andrews, re-read, own copy

I read seven books and a novella last month, so pretty good, but five of the books were re-reads, which are always faster. I wanted to have a review up of at least one of the new books I read last month, but I’ll just have to do that in November instead. It’s a pretty simple reading progression, for October. I read a couple of new books and enjoyed them, but finished the month by re-reading the Hidden Legacy series while I wait for book 6.

At this stage, I’ve well and truly completed my goal of reading a book a week this year, so I’m just reading what I want, when I want, and I’m enjoying it. Feel free to mention in the comments what you’ve been reading, or how many books you aim to finish this year.

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