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HAPPY READING!

The month of scary reading is upon us. Are you near your goal yet, done like Bev, or no where near? I'm still falling behind, and with a job soon, I'll probably fall more. I'm 11 books behind schedule. Poop. That means I might get eighty-something when I'm done at this rate. I best take more bath time!

Now onto the Linky for October. Happy reading!






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  1. I used to read in the tub, before the kids took over that bathroom! I like the patio this time of year too, it's a bit cool sometimes, but the bugs have abated!

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  2. Happy Hallowe'en! I hope Thanksgiving was nice among other Canadians too! To guide you past reviews you already read in my blog post, I'll note it in comments. I linked the first nine in January. #10 onwards are ready for viewing! Yours sincerely, Carolyn. https://cmriedel.wordpress.com/2016/01/23/100-in-2016/

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  3. P.S. I finished my one-hundredth too, September 1. Good luck in your job! I got a *lot* of reading done when I worked outside the home. At home, my sessions are at bedtime; another comfortable spot! LOL! Here's what you do in the workplace.

    Except of course occasionally socializing with staff: read on all of your breaks. If you can eat your lunch while you work, your reading can go all the way through your off-time. What we employees were allowed to do in many places is push our 15-minute breaks together, into a big lunch. Don't go to work without a book, or your contraption. ;>

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    1. Congratulations on making 100 already!! Great job, Carolyn!
      Thanks for the wishes on my new job!
      Happy Halloween to you too!

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