October Reading List

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October reading list

Reading is a huge part of my life. Reading allows me the freedom to escape and experience life in unusual and beautiful ways.

Fall, I believe to be the beginning of the most hectic time of the year. Amid the hustle and bustle, the chaos and holiday events lies a deep yearning for quiet moments. What’s a more rewarding way to spend a divine still moment that with a great book.

I chose four books for October’s reading list and I drew recommendations from different sources. I read five to six books a month and I tend to stay with two specific genres. However with a goal to expand my library I’m getting out my comfort zone this month with my reading. I know four-books may seem ambitious however if you’re only able to read just one book that would be wonderful.

The Water Dancer

Ta Nehisi Coates
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This is Oprah’s book club pick. I’m excited to read this book – the reviews are wonderful. In the past, I’ve enjoyed many of #Oprahbookclub

My sister the serial killer

Oyinkan Braithwaite
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Courtesy of @bookwineclub

This book is recommended by @bookwineclub and comes with a recommendation bottle of red wine. I love the concept of this book club and the wine recommendation is a nice bonus. The reviews are very good.

I shouldn’t be telling you this

Kate White
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This book comes highly recommended by Pauleanna Reid @pauleannareid – Ms. Reid credits this book as her manual for developing great habits and creating an untouchable lead. The reviews are excellent. I am Part II and it’s a great read so far.

Inside out

Demi Moore
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This book has mixed reviews however several of them very positive. I’m a fan of Demi Moore and excited to read her autobiography.

Happy reading dahlings I’d love your thoughts on this reading list and which books you choose.



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