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October Monthly News


 Welcome to the October edition of the monthly news!
Canada had our Thanksgiving this month. It was lonely and uneventful in my home. With COVID on the rise again here, it was safer to stay in our own homes this year and just talk over the phone or messaging. Sucks, but better safe than sorry for sure!  How did you celebrate, if Canadian, or how will you celebrate next month if you are American?

I reached my reading goal of 50 books and am now passed it.
It's a good feeling. 😊
Have any of you reached your yearly goals?

On October 26th, my beloved Harley passed away.
I'm heartbroken.
He was such a good boy and still young at 7 years old. 
It was very sudden.
He will be missed by all who knew him.

                                                  Happy Halloween! πŸŽƒ

Stay safe everyone! πŸ™



BOOKS:
  1. Truthtelling by Lynne Sharon Schwartz
  2. Good Omens by Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett
  3. The Wrong Family by Tarryn Fisher (recommend)
  4. Quiet Times With God by Joyce Meyer 
  5. This Lie Will Kill You by Chelsea Piltcher
  6. The Return by Nicholas Sparks (recommend)


YEARLY TOTAL: 55 Books πŸŽƒ 15 Movies πŸŽƒ 1 Product πŸŽƒ


BOOK OF THE MONTH:



BOOK OF THE YEAR (Y-T-D):




FAVORITE MOVIE OF THE YEAR (Y-T-D):




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4. TapInfluence (sponsored content for bloggers)
5. SocialSpark (sponsored content for bloggers & advertisers)
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7. Get Blogged (for bloggers)


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Comments

  1. I am so, so, so sorry for Harley! He seemed such a sweet boy.

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  2. So sorry for your Harley. Must be very sad.
    Congratulations for reaching your goal. I only have an end of the year goal, which I think is 100 books. I have read 89 so far so should be able to reach it.

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  3. Hugs. To loose a pet is hard.

    And a yay for 50. Good work

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