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August Monthly News

Welcome to the August edition of monthly news!
It's bittersweet, this month. Last month of summer, but yay to the kids going back to school!
Did you do anything this summer you care to share, comment and tell us.
I had family come from Texas, and got to see 54-40 at an outdoor concert, but really that was it. Not a very exciting summer at all. I'll have to live vicariously through you all.


 BOOKS:
1. Three Little Words - Susan Mallery (recommend)
2. Rory - Ciye Cho (recommend)
3. The Coincidence of Callie & Kayden - Jessica Sorensen (recommend)
4. The Redemption of Callie & Kayden - Jessica Sorensen (recommend)
5. Cougar Football Cookbook - Holly Mendenhall (recommend)
6. The Forsaken - Lisa M. Stasse (HIGHLY recommend)
7. Kotowaza: Useful Japanese Proverbs & Sayings
8. What Really Happened in Peru - Cassandra Clare


PRODUCTS:
1. CorsetChick.com (recommend)



MOVIES:
1. Epic (recommend)
2. Twixt



MUSIC:
1. Crash Karma - Rock Musique Deluxe (recommend)


Yearly Total: 80 Books, 15 Products, 16 Movies, 5 CD's



Book of the Month:




Book of the Year:



GENRE COUNT:
Non-Fiction 18         Fiction 60              Novella 4              Young Adult 27      Fantasy 7
Children 4                Short-Stories 4     Inspirational 2     Romance 16          Erotica 1
Picture Book 4         Paranormal 14     Mystery 7              Dystopian 6            Devotional 3
Religious 3              Historical 2            Sci-Fi 3                 Humor 1                 Cozy 2
Educational 2          Art 2                        Self-Help 2           Contemporary 1    Cookbook 3
Parenting 1              Middle Grade 3    Suspense 2         Thriller 1                  Christian Fiction 2
Audiobook 1            Memoir 1               Amish 1                 Language 1









Comments

  1. Always Watching looks like a good one.

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  2. Sounds like you had a great month as far as reading goes. I finished the Foodies challenge too. I loved that one.

    I didn't have a very exciting summer, but I'm looking forward to the Fall.

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