Best Bookish Bits

Best Bookish Bits: October 2019

The month ending in Halloween is always an interesting one. This year’s October has been scary in many ways, one of which is realising how close to the end of the year we are! I honestly cannot believe it is time for another wrap up!

This was not a very eventful month bookish-wise so this will be short and sweet!

  • PicsArt_10-18-03.55.31.jpgThe Fox, the Dog, and the King by Matt Doyle
  • LV48 by Matt Doyle
  • Foothand Elbownose by Kiah Thomas
  • Not Like Everyone Else by Jennifer Leigh
  • Death Among Us (Anthology) by Stephen Bentley and 9 others

Five books, including the picture book in the image here, is pretty good considering I had a case study for uni (a.k.a. my most difficult assignment to-date). I think if I had not had some great books to break up all that studying I may have gone completely gaga.

The only other thing remotely bookish is that I started playing Wizards Unite. For those who have not yet heard/seen the app, it is basically the Harry Potter version of Pokemon Go. It is not the most thrilling game ever, but it is entertaining enough and gives me a great excuse to take a break while I am out walking. It has also motivated me to leave the house a little more often than I usually do, so that means playing games is a good thing, right?

Sorry it is a little light on this month, but fingers crossed there are some good things coming my way in November!

What was your Best Bookish Bit of October?
Let me know in the comment section!

Until next time bibliophiles!

Amy x

1 thought on “Best Bookish Bits: October 2019”

  1. I am not sure exactly what books I read in October but over the past two months I have read 1984 by George Orwell, The Running Man and The Long Walk by Stephen King, No sex please, I’m menopausal by Stevie Turner plus 2 poetry books, 2 books about espionage with complex story themes and four children’s books.

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