Reading Wrap-up for October at Moonshine and Rosefire

Hello everyone out there and I hope that you all had a terrific reading month for yourselves. I am known as Rosefire around the Internet and this is my new personal reading blog. I originally posted my reviews over at my daughter’s blog, Emeraldfire’s Bookmark but am now in the process of transferring them all over to my own blog. My daughter makes blogging look like so much fun that I thought that I would try it out for myself! ๐Ÿ™‚

Anyway, I started out October with 633 unread books lying around the house and ended the month with 630 books unread. All of the books that I acquired this month came from Paperback Swap.

Let me try to break down the influx for you:

Re-reads
A Place Called Saturday by Mary Astor 


Changes to the TBR pile 


Read from my TBR pile (Yes! I am a reading machine :))
Forgive Me by Amanda Eyre Ward
Firebird by Janice Graham

Added to my TBR pile (oh well, you win some and you lose some! :))
The Lady in the Tower by Jean Plaidy

Taken off my TBR pile and sent to a new home (Yay! Happy Dance! :))
Bloodstream by Tess Gerritsen
Ghosts: Washington’s Most Famous Ghost Stories by John Alexander
Bitter Medicine by Sara Paretsky
– Peyton Place by Grace Metalious

Well, there it is…the breakdown! All in all, a very good reading month for me. Here’s a further breakdown:

Books Read: 3
Pages Read: 833
Grade Range: A+! to B!

So, there you go! The reading month that was October. I hope that you all had an equally good reading month; if not a little better. ๐Ÿ™‚ See you all next month! ๐Ÿ™‚

Till we Meet Again, Glow Brightly as Moonlight

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