I’m so sorry for suddenly disappearing these last couple of weeks. I knew I’d be busy, but I never imagined it would be like this. I’m slowly getting used to my new routine though, so I should be able to post at least once a week again for the rest of the year.
Now about the wrap up – October was my worst reading month of the year. I still read more than what I usually did in 2019, but it’s nowhere near what I’ve been used to lately. Anyway, I guess that was to be expected, after all, I was writing one blog post per day on top of planning for NaNo. But enough complaining and let’s get into it.
1.THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING by J.R.R. Tolkien (★★★★)
2.THIS SAVAGE SONG by Victoria Schwab (★★★★)
3.CEMETERY BOYS by Aiden Thomas (★★★.5)
4.SILVER IN THE WOOD by Emily Tesh (★★★★)
~read 400 pages of A Gathering of Shadows but that’ll be on my November wrap up ~
- I read a total of 1 858 pages
- My average rating was 4 stars
- My average pages per day: 59.9
- Audiobooks: 1
- Physical: 2
- Ebooks: 1
- English: 3 books
- Spanish: 1 book
On the blog:
During the month of October, I posted every single weekday, meaning 22 posts went up. I don’t want to make this wrap up super long, so I’ll just link here a few of my favorites.
- How I outline my novels
- Discussion: access restrictions international readers face
- Reading habits that I’m proud of
- Science vs. Fiction: Rating Sci-Fi as a STEM Student
- My Pet Peeves With The Publishing Industry | Truffle’s Literary Wonders
- Guest Post: You Can Expect Brazilians by Gabriela Martins – Utopia State of Mind
- I Read A Bunch Of Heist YA Books | 3 Book Reviews | Truffle’s Literary Wonders
- Reading Romance While Demisexual
- Recommending Spooky Books for Scaredy Cats 👻🐱
- How I’m Using Notion To Build A Story Bible For Nanowrimo + My Original Template #Preptober
- Cemetery boys – Introduction to the book that now owns my soul
Despite wanting to keep this short, it got out of hand (as usual). But that’s it for October. Even if we’re almost halfway through November, I’m hoping I’ll be able to pick up my reading pace in the upcoming days, as well as my writing pace, but more on that in an upcoming post.
How was your october? Anything exciting you’re looking forward to in November?
Until next time,