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Each book you read, please add the url to that post in the Linky below. 



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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