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October Wrap Up 2021

Whilst a quieter month reading and work wise, October felt busier as we opened again, and as some of the books I read were a little longer or came later than usual for publication day reviews.

At least ten of the books I read were by Australian authors, and I still need to complete the QBD Reading Challenge prompts. To date, I have read 234 books overall this year, with more to come over the last few weeks of the year.

Onwards to November, and more reading!

2021 Reading Challenges

Modern Mrs Darcy – 14/14

Australian Authors Challenge – 24/24 (94)

AWW2021 – 133/150

Dymocks Reading Challenge – 26/26

QBD Reading Challenge – 25/26

Overall goal – 234/170

Total Australian authors read: 168

International:  66

  1. Australia Remembers: Len Waters by Catherine Bauer
  2. Glint of Gold by Kate McGann and Patricia Ward
  3. Sass and Traz Save the Library by Michelle Worthington
  4. Rabbit, Soldier, Angel, Thief by Katrina Nannestad
  5. The Summer We Turned Green by William Sutcliffe
  6. The Monster of Her Age by Danielle Binks
  7. These Unlucky Stars by Gillian McDunn
  8. The Magic of Magnolia Moon by Edwina Wyatt
  9. The Heartsong of Wonder Quinn by Kate Gordon
  10. Christmas always Comes by Jackie French
  11. Frindleswylde by Natalia and Laura O’Hara
  12. Deltora Quest: 21st Anniversary Edition by Emily Rodda
  13. Mr Men and Little Miss in Australia by Roger Hargreaves
  14. Fireborn: Twelve and the Frozen Forest by Aisling Fowler
  15. The Beatryce Prophecy by Kate DiCamillo
  16. The Ice Whisperers by Helenka Stachera
  17. The Astonishing Chronicles of Oscar from Elsewhere by Jaclyn Moriarty

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