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October Monthly News


Welcome to the October edition of monthly news!
We had our Thanksgiving here and I am still stuffed. My favorite meal of the year, no joke. Now it's time to start thinking about Christmas. Yup.
I'm so glad I finally finished Harry Potter book 5. What a biggin'!!! What's the biggest book you have ever read?
Thankfully I'm on book 7 now... the end in sight.
I also shared my mac n' cheese recipe. I hope you give it a try!



                       Yearly Total: 42 Books, 21 Movies & 1 product


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  1. Yay for reading Harry Potter :)
    I'm about to start re-listening to the audiobooks.
    Cora | http://www.teapartyprincess.co.uk/

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  2. I did a post recently on the longest books I have ever read, so I know it's Les Misérables - in French, my native language.
    I have never read Harry Potter, and I'm slightly afraid to waste my time (sorry), so I decided to read volume 1 in Spanish, to use it to brush up my Spanish at least. I only read a couple of chapters so far

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  3. Glad you had a good HP filled month. Happy reading and happy November!

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