October 2021 Reading Wrap Up

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Can you believe its already November! I am extremely sad that October and Halloween has passed. I feel like I barely got to celebrate it outside of decorating my porch. This year has defiantly gone by very fast. I did get a lot of reading done in October though so I count that as a success.

Reading Stats:

Books Read: 55

  • New: 24
  • Re-reads: 31


  • eBooks: 43
  • Audiobooks: 6
  • Comics:  3
  • Paperback: 1
  • Hardback: 0


Last month was a month of rereading so the majority of my ratings were very high. Only one DNF which is a win for me.


  • 9,949 pages

Listening time:

  • 36 hours 18 minutes

Genres and Tropes:

  • Paranormal: 32
  • Urban Fantasy: 8
  • Contemporary: 6
  • Nonfiction: 3
  • Horror: 3
  • Fantasy: 2
  • Science Fiction: 1

As usual, I read mostly paranormal romances this month. I did dip my toe in a few other genres this month though so I think it was still successful with variety.

It seems this month I read a lot of opposites attract and LGBTQ books. The Dragon Kin series that I reread this month had a lot of opposites attract couples which are very enjoyable and unique.


  • Purchased eBook: 24
  • ARCs: 5
  • Purchased Book: 3
  • Library: 9
  • Free Online: 13
  • Kindle Unlimited: 0
  • Purchased Audio: 1

Like usual, most of my reading was done through purchased ebooks but I did check out quite a few library books this month. Also got the whole Tails of Stallion Ridge series free off the authors website.

Most Read Author:

This month I did a lot of rereading after the first week so I mainly read Jennifer Estep and G. A. Aiken. But I started the month off by reading a good portion of Maz Maddox’s backlog of books, and I highly recommend the Stallion Ridge series if are looking for a weird western series. Its paranormal, LGBTQ, and a western all rolled into one and I loved it.

Goodreads Challenge Update: 

2021 Goodreads Reading Challenge completed

I hit my Goodreads goal on the first of this month! So now I am quite a bit past it but I was excited that I reached it three months early. 

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