Wednesday, October 28, 2015

What I'm Reading Now: October Edition

First! A reminder that our contest to win an ARC of Gregory Maguire's newest book After Alice is still going on! You know you want to win it, so go enter now!

I can't believe October's almost over! Someone posted on their Facebook wall that there are only 8 more Fridays until Christmas, so if you wanted to have a freak out, go check and you'll see this is true and makes Christmas seem much closer than I thought it was.

So what am I reading now in this lovely fall month? Check it out:

On my Nook - Fiction: I'm now reading The Red Fairy Book edited by Andrew Lang. I love fairy tales and these collections are a lot of fun.

On my Nook - Non-Fiction: Still. Reading. The Madwoman in the Attic. But I'm almost done!Only about 100 pages left and I'd really like to wrap it up before the end of the month.

On my Phone: Still working my way through A Medicine for Melancholy by Ray Bradbury. It's not that I don't like it, it's just that I've had less opportunities to read on my phone in the last 6 weeks or so.

In Print: The Girl Who Could Not Dream by Sarah Beth Durst. I am only a couple of chapters in, but I am absolutely in love with this world and these characters. I can't wait to read more!

In Audio in my Car: Continuing my Series of Unfortunate Events re-read, I'm on The Grim Grotto and more in love with the series than ever before. Also, Tim Curry's narration continues to be perfection.

What are you reading now? Anything interesting? Good? Bad?

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