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September Wrap-up 2022

Post from around the blog-o-sphere

Here is some autumn music to listen to.

Read How to nurture a personal library from Psyche

What is a Thriller? by Kevin Mims

The bloggers at Pages Unbound wrote I Don’t Find The Advertising Phrase as seen on Booktok meaningful.

From Kater Cheek Urban Fantasy – How to write a book review

Read Trena’s review for Brain Damage

Review on Alphabet of Thorn by Patricia A. McKillip from In the Teahouse, a Wakizashi

The Machine Stops by E.M. Forster – An interesting short story from an authors that doesn’t write Sci-fic.

A Solitary Day by Robert Lane

Chronicles of a Death foretold by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Crowded Vol. 2 Glitter Dystopia – review for volume one here

Using the Library vs. buying books

Are we Ready for an Alien Encounter

Let’s talk bookish: Reading Seasonally

Book Treasure

Sharing my tips for world building

What are your favorite characteristics of a main character?

What makes you pick up or buy a book?

A Plotline I loved to read/watch

TTT: Books I had to get a copy for my own library

Vengeances – This is a really good movie that has something interesting to say.

When the Screaming Starts – Shoutout to Film Authority for recommending this movie. Love it.


Vampire Hunter D: Blood lust – Read my review to see what I my thoughts are on this movie.

Made in Abyss Season two – So far I watch up to epoxide six and so far so good.

Because I has to return a graphic novel to the library there will be a review coming in the next week. As well as a movie review. There will be list post on movies and podcast coming soon.

That is my wrap-up. Pleas actually visit these post and comment on them. Thank you to those that do.

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  1. Great wrap up – looks like you had a busy month. Have a terrific October. Thanks for stopping by my blog!
    Terrie @ Bookshelf Journeys

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  2. Oh wow, scifi by E.M. Forster?! I need to look into this.
    I have recently loved reading Love in the Time of Cholera. I think I read this one by Marquez in my teens, I definitely need to revisit it.
    Nice month!

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  3. Lots of reading there! I haven’t read any of the books or seen the films.
    I’m going to read the blogpost about going to the library or buying books, thank you! I buy all of mine (I don’t read quite as many as you) and it’s an expensive habit, as well as a storage issue!
    Popping over from At Home a Lot.


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