My October Reads


It’s nearly the end of October. Yesterday’s torrential rain sent gusts of leaves falling from the trees. Good thing the garden has been put to bed for the winter because it’s the kind of weather that doesn’t encourage outside lingering. Luckily, I have some great books to keep me company when the rain is falling. Here’s what I’m reading this week:

By the fire: Ebb & Flow by Heather Smith

Before bed: Deep Water by Lea Tassie

On the weekend: The Oysterville Sewing Circle by Susan Wiggs

Books read to date in 2019: 50


2 thoughts on “My October Reads

  1. I love to check in with what you’re reading. I’ve just finished Sweetness In the Belly – Camilla Gibb, a rather horrifying tale of refugee resettlement.

    I’ve been hoarding the latest Louise Penny – but I’m right on the verge of reading it – A Better Man.

    And I’ve also picked up Susanna Kearsley – Season of Storms.

    All Canadian authors. Tra la!

    1. And I love when you comment, Jodie, because you always give me some great reading suggestions. The Camilla Gibb book sounds heavy but worthwhile. I’ll have to look for it. And Susanna Kearsley is always a great read!

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