October Reads and November Book Goals

I think I finally have my reading mojo back. I would have finished more books this month, but I’ve been staying up late, cutting into my reading time. This month I read seven books.

Dating-Ish by Penny Reid. This is a knitting romance with a lot of AI information in it. It was interesting and light. I give this book two out of five stars.

Summer of 69 by Elin Hilderbrand. I could not get into this book. It felt ominous, like something bad was about to happen. I put off picking it up to read it because I wasn’t feeling it. I give this book two out of five stars.

Marriage of Inconvenience by Penny Reid. At this point the Knitting in the City series has seriously gone downhill. It was still good. I give this book two out of five stars.

Vanishing Fleece by Clara Parkes. I love this book. I’m now passionate about American wool. If you are a Clara Parkes fan you will love this book. I give this book four out of five stars.

Neanderthal Seeks (Extra) Yarns by Penny Reid. The thing is, I don’t need to read deleted scenes from this series. Don’t read this book. I give this book one out of five stars.

A Dream About Lightning Bugs by Ben Folds. I love Ben Folds. The first dance at our wedding was The Luckiest. I listen to his music regularly. Sometimes when you read a book by an artist you admire your opinion changes (for example, if you like Drew Barrymore, and would like to continue liking her, don’t read Wildflower). After reading book I like Ben Folds even more. He admits his faults. He appears to be honest. He is funny. I give this book five out of five stars.

The Inn at Lake Devine by Elinor Lipman. Someone recommended this book to me on the blog, and I don’t remember who. I wish I could remember so I could thank them for the recommendation. This is a nice story about people from different worlds and how they come together. I give this book three out of five stars.

This November I hope to clear out three books from my to read pile. At least. I’m currently reading the Elin Hilderbrand book, and I’m loving it. I ordered a new Book of the Month Club book because the romance book this month looked good, but that should be the only new book added to the pile this month.

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