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September Monthly News


1. Help Your Kids With Math
2. I'm A Scientist Backyard - Lisa Burke
3. Sin Undone - Larissa Ione
4. Indiana Jones The Ultimate Guide - Jim Luceno
5. Preserve It - Lynda Brown (recommend)
6. The Butterfly Effect - Andy Andrews
7. Last To Die - Kate Brady (recommend)
8. Is He Lying to You - Dan Crum
9. Immanuel's Veins - Ted Dekker (recommend)
10. Snack Attack - Elizabeth Monacelli (cookbook)
11. The Haunting of Andrew Sharpai - Jerome Peterson (recommend)
12. The Maverick's Greek Island Mistress - Kelly Hunter
13. The Human Bobby - Gabe Rotter (HIGHLY recommend)
14. Hotly Bedded, Conveniently Wedded - Kate Hardy
15. A Friend in the Storm - Cheryl Ricker
16. Fever Pitch - Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child (Audiobook)

1. Roasting Pan
2. Dog Tshirt
3. 5 Tier Media Shelf


1. Wild Child (recommend)

204 Books, 9 Products, 1 CD & 5 DVDS



I received the Great Neighbor Award from Lorie, but I just received it last month too, so won't pass on at this time. I do love a great award from an even great blogger buddy! (((HUGS)))


  1. Whoa..That is a lot! I barely read for this month but you had a great one for sure. Cheers for October!

  2. Wow, that is a lot of books and reviews for one month. I am constantly amazed at your year to date totals.

  3. You had an amazing month! congrats!

  4. Wow that is quite a list! Great month :). I added Last to Die to my TBR pile since I hadn't heard of it before but it looks great. Thanks!

  5. Hi Freda....thanks 4 stopping by today. You had a great September in books. The Human Bobby was one I spotlighted some time ago, but never did get to read.....glad u enjoyed it!

  6. Great month - I have The Human Bobby on my tbr pile and now I am going to have to get it read.

  7. Looks like you had a great month!


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