I’ve had a very busy October, which is wonderful, but has impacted on the number of books I got through this month. Still, there are some amazing titles in the thirteen books I did read. From the Cutting Room of Barney Kettle made me cry. It’s only the second Kate De Goldi book that I have read, but it won’t be the last. Braving the Wilderness also introduced me to a new author, researcher Brene Brown. I am so glad my friend Sue recommended Brene’s work to me. Her examination of aspects of belonging spoke so much to me, and I have a second book loaded onto my Audible account to listen to. Here’s the lists of what I got through in October, with links either to my reviews or to where you can find them online.
Eric the Postie, by Matt Shanks
Dinosaur Trouble: The Great Egg Stink, by Kyle Mewburn & Donovan Bixley
Dinosaur Trouble: The Lava Melt Shake, by Kyle Mewburn & Donovan Bixley
From the Cutting Room of Barney Kettle, by Kate de Goldi
To the Moon and Back, by Dianne Bates
Clockwork, by Philip Pullman
Dreamology, by Lucy Keating
No Matter What!, by Lisa Nichols
Half Wild, by Pip Smith
The Figures on the Lake, by Peter O’Shaughnessy
Braving the Wilderness,by Brene Brown
5000 Words per Hour, by Chris Fox
How to Make a Living with Your Writing: Books, Blogging and More, by Joanna Penn
Have you read any of these, or do you have another recommendation for me? I’d love to hear from you.