During September, I read/reviewed the following books:
- “Digital Rapture,” edited by James Patrick Kelly & John Kessel
- “What’s Left of Me” by Kat Zhang
- “The Dirty Streets of Heaven” by Tad Williams
- “Tarnsman of Gor” by John Norman
- “Among Others” by Jo Walton
- “The Wake of the Bloody Angel” by Alex Bledsoe (giveaway included)
- “Blood Eye” by Giles Kristian (giveaway included)
Announcement time! I’ve posted a relatively small number of reviews this month and even skipped a groupread that I had signed up for, as my personal life has been incredibly busy. After spending the past two years job-hunting, I finally found one! I’m a real librarian now!
This will mean that I will have a bit less time for blogging. I’ll schedule a couple reviews each week, but they’ll be a bit more spread out, and hopefully more consistent. I’m still planning on participating in the readalong of “The Graveyard Book,” because I need more Neil Gaiman in my life. I’ve have the book on my Kindle ready to go.
For all of you that I’ve promised reviews, they’re still coming! I didn’t forget about you, there are just a lot of things that I have had to do this month, such as shopping for appropriate work clothes and keeping up with grad school. I’ve reviewed every book that I read since I started my blog with the exception of textbooks. I’m about eight reviews behind right now, and I’m hoping to catch up as soon as I possibly can.
As far as October reading plans go, I’m going to focus on playing catch-up with reviews and then getting in the mood for Halloween. I’m hoping to read Dracula before the end of the month, as a friend and I have tickets to see it as a ballet on Halloween night. I love going to the ballet, and I’m intrigued by the prospect of vampire ballerinas.
How’s your month been going? Any exciting reading plans?