Hello Humans! I realised, mere moments ago, that I had not written this month’s wrap-up post yet. I thought about just letting this one fall under the radar, especially given that I have both OWNVEMBER and NANOWRIMO to get started on. But no, it’s nice to look back on what I’ve achieved this month. For me, October was a month of things going…interestingly, but it was also the first time since August that I’ve felt properly on top of the blog again so that was great.
I also got to attend the launch for The Twisted Tree at Hot Key Headquarters in London which was a total blast and I can’t wait for more opportunities to get to meet authors and bloggers alike.
But on to the blog posts, the main event. I haven’t looked at the stats yet, will this be the first month that my Eve of Man review from May isn’t one of my top five most-read posts? I guess you’ll find out in the next sentence after I check.
IT ISN’T! Don’t get me wrong, I love that people are reading that review but it feels so weird since I was so negative about the book! So here are my five most-read book reviews for October:
I reviewed 21 books this October which is such a win, I’m back to my review capacity and I’m loving it. A lot of ARC reviews (in fact, pretty much exclusively ARC reviews) but some amazing books in there. You can find all my reviews either on my book reviews archive page or you can click through on the sidebar.
Top Ten Tuesdays
TTT – 10 Books with Great Villains
TTT – 10 Libraries/Bookshops I want to Visit
TTT – 10 of the Longest Books I’ve Ever Read
TTT – Authors I’d Love to Meet
Want to Read Wednesday
Want to Read Wednesday – The Priory of the Orange Tree
Want to Read Wednesday – The Twisted Tree
Want to Read Wednesday – OWNVEMBER
Want to Read Wednesday – Finale
Want to Read Wednesday – The Tea Master and the Detective
So, ’twas a busy month but November promises to be even more packed with exciting books and projects and creativity and I’m bouncing up and down with joy at the prospect. Ok fine, I’m sat on the sofa with a laptop on my knees, but inside I’m bouncing.