WOYN – October 2016

It’s time again to link up and share our reading progress with everyone at 5 Minutes for Books!  Come on over and join in on the party! 🙂Nightstand

If it hadn’t been for audio books I would not have gotten anything done this month.  The one book I did read was a very short one.  One that had been on my classic list for a very long time…

I have also picked up on my Bible reading which I have forgotten to include in my nightstand postings.  The Psalms are a wonderful read that brings peace and comfort to my soul.

Completed:

Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

The Lotus Eaters by Tatjana Soli

Caleb’s Crossing by Geraldine Brooks

On my nightstand:

1001 Arabian Nights by Anonymous

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

The Cottage by Michael Phillips (review book for Bethany Publishing)

Up next:

The Madman’s Daughter by Megan Shepherd

The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas

One Million Page Challenge update:

I don’t count my pages in a book until they are completed.  So the books may over lap from time to time.

October: 807

This year: 14,030

Challenge to date: 63,516

OMP

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3 thoughts on “WOYN – October 2016

  1. I am always in awe of your ambitious reading goals!

    I’ve read a lot of Michael Phillips earlier works. I do really like his writing, I’ve just not had the time lately to give the attention his works deserve. He really gives you much to ponder!

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  2. Audiobooks have greatly increased the number of books I finish as well. You’ve got some hefty ones there. I liked War and Peace and Monte Cristo but don’t know a lot about 1,001 Nights – will have to look into it.

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