Monthly Wrap-Up: October 2022

Monthly Wrap Up

Books Read:

I tried to read a book a day in October, and though I wasn’t able to do quite that, I still managed to read 25 books!

Reviews Posted:

Other Fun Posts:

How was your October? Did we read or review any of the same books? Comment below!

25 thoughts on “Monthly Wrap-Up: October 2022

    1. Thanks! I did like Babel. It was powerful and thought-provoking, and the story was so immersive. But it’s a little dense at times. Overall, a 5 star read for me. I hope you get a chance to read it and love it!

  1. You had a great reading month! Babel… I’m so intimidated by it. LOL
    I know nothing about Better than Fiction by Alexa Martin, but that cover is stunning! Want to read it just because of it! 🙈

  2. Julie!!! 25 books!!! Holy granola, you are AMAZING! 😍 I’m so glad we read Babel together although I’m still struggling with how to write my review for that book cos it feels too big. 😂 I hope you have just as great a month in November!

    1. I feel the same way – I have a lot of thoughts, but they’re kind of all over the place. SO much happened, and there are so many different things I’d want to talk about. I feel like it would be the longest review ever!! lol

  3. This October wrap-up has put my reading to shame! Lol! Looks like you read a ton of amazing books. I am adding a few of these to my winter reading list so thank you for sharing. My October was fairly uneventful when it came to reading but luckily, my book club had a book that I absolutely loved (and will probably reread in the future tbh). “Daughters of Teutobod” by Kurt Hansen is an epic historical fiction book that I think you and your readers will really enjoy. I love inspirational women’s fiction and family sagas always keep me hooked so this was a win-win. The book follows three different women from three different time periods – Gretel, Gudrun, and Samantha. I loved how these women were portrayed because even though they are “strong and inspirational characters” they are realistically shown as being human and making mistakes and adapting/persevering. I really felt the book was a gentle reminder to remember it’s ok to be “not ok” during anything you’re dealing with. Hope you will check it out! Here is the author’s website with more info if you’re interested –

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