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Reading Wrap up for October

October has been a great reading month for me. I have read sixteen books. Sixteen books! I haven't read this much in a long time. I feel very proud of myself. Also I am only one book behind in my goodreads challenge now.I have some new favorites and read a couple that were a little disappointing but overall I enjoyed almost everything I've read this month. I'll put all the books I've read below.
Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco
Stalking Jack the Ripper is one of my new favorites. I loved the authors writing style, the characters, and the overall vibe of the book. If your looking for a mysterious, creepy book with some romance than you should read this one.
Manga Classics by Stacy King
This one was a quick read and the art work is beautiful.
Pretty Wicked by Kelly Charron
Also another one of my favorites. It was a wonderful thriller and it's a great Halloween read.
The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace

This is a wonderful book of poems. It also made my favorites list. Very beautifully written.
Frankenstein by Classical Comics

The Rosegiver by Sandy Benitez

Really enjoyed  this horror Gothic novel.
Brody's Ghost, Volume 1 by Mark Crilley

Miraculous by Cheryl Black

Chemistry by C.L. Lynch

Another favorite for me. Really loved this one. Its kind of like a parody of twilight except instead of vampires there are zombies . Also Stella is a very strong character.
Antidote by Taylor Hondos
I didn't care much for this one.
Disney Manga Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas by Jun Asuka

Being a Girl by Hayley Long

Adventure Time by Meredith Gran

Adventure Time With Fionna and Cake by Natasha Allegri

The Stonekeeper by Kazu Kibuishi

Through the Lens by Shannon Dermott

And that is all that I have read for the month of October. What did you guys read this month? Hope you all had a great reading month. I'm looking forward to November. And I apologize if I seem kind of disorganized. I'm new to this whole blogging thing.


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