Fictionophile’s OCTOBER 2022 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

My reading really took a hit this month due to my surgery and hospital stay

OCTOBER by the numbers:

Total books read: 7
Published in 2022: 6
Backlist titles: 1
Five star reads: 2
Debut novels: 1
Books that are part of a series: 2
Goodreads challenge: 110/120 (92%)
GR NetGalley challenge: 67/70 (96%)
GR Edelweiss challenge: 20/25 (80%)

My armchair travels took me to Staffordshire, England (The Other Side of Night ); East Sussex, England (Life, Slightly); London, England (Under a Veiled Moon) ; unknown setting (We Spread) ; Vermont, USA (Valley of Secrets) ; Iceland (Red as Blood) ; and finally Hampshire, England (Parting the Veil)

In this past month I’ve read SEVEN titles.

I enjoyed every one of them, some more than others of course.

My review of “Red as Blood” by Lilja Sigurdardóttir
AND WORTHY RUNNER(s)-UP:

My review of “Life, Slightly” by Nigel Jay Cooper

and  “Under A Veiled Moon” by Karen Odden

I feel very lucky to have access to so many wonderful books and hope that you had a great reading month. I truly appreciate all your support over the past difficult month and  hope 2022 is being kind to all of you. ♥

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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11 Responses to Fictionophile’s OCTOBER 2022 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

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  2. Carla says:

    It’s always nice when all your monthly reads are good ones. Seven books with all you have had going on is wonderful.

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  3. I wish I could read 7 books a month! That’s amazing! 😊

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  4. 7 is a great number. If it was me I probably wouldn’t have gotten any reading done. I hope you’re having a speedy recovery!!

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  5. I’m really curious about “We Spread”, as I’ve read both the authors’ other books and enjoyed them. If you’ve read any of his other books too, how do you think they compare?

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  6. Carol says:

    Seven is remarkable Lynne! Hope you feel stronger each day!

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