TSS: November 1 (Blogoversary!)

The Sunday Salon.com My 1 year blogoversary is in 9 days! I had some stuff planned, but actually getting the stuff done is a problem. So I’m probably just going to have a commemorative post and be done with it. My end-of-the-year post(s) will be much more interesting: I’ve got lists of books. And…things. Anyway~

November and December means that things will probably be a little slow here, because I’ve got a buttload of stuff to do for school. Papers. Presentations. Exams. It’s annoying, I know, but I have to start working on that stuff now because it’s all due at the end of the month/the beginning of the next. So I’m probably not going to post three-four reviews a week for a while. Maybe just two? I dunno. Whatever I can pull off, I suppose.

Okay, this post is kinda depressing. Let’s talk books now!

Books read this week:
214. A College of Magics – Caroline Stevermer [rating: 4/5]
215. The Chocolate Cat Caper – JoAnna Carl [rating: 2.5/5]
216. Missee Lee (S&A #10) – Arthur Ransome [rating: 4/5]
217. The Seeing Stone (Arthur Trilogy #1) – Kevin Crossley-Holland [rating: 4.5/5]
218. At the Crossing Places (Arthur Trilogy #2) – Kevin Crossley-Holland [rating: 4/5]
219. King of the Middle March (Arthur Trilogy #3) – Kevin Crossley-Holland [rating: 4.5/5]
220. The Naming (Pellinor #1) – Alison Croggon [rating: 4.5/5]
221. The Magician’s Elephant – Kate Dicamillo [rating: 4/5]

Books reviewed this week:
The Naming big The Seeing Stone At the Crossing Places
King of the Middle March Feng Shui Detective's Casebook The Silver Branch

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  1. Happy (almost) Blogiversary. I get really busy this time of year, too and find my reading AND my blogging dwindles down to near nothing for November and December. I’m hoping things will be different this year.

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