Monthly Wrap-Up: October 2022

Posted October 30, 2022 by Stephanie in monthly wrap up / 15 Comments

Happy November everyone!

I don’t know how it’s been for you guys but October has gone by so fast for me. I did have a good reading month where I managed to read some spooky books so I’m very pleased about that. I’m really excited for my reading this month since it’s Nonfiction November. Always a favorite of mine!


physical books: 4
e-books: 4
audiobooks: 5


Drop Dead Dangerous: The Lethal Attraction of Road Trip Killer, Paul John Knowles by Ryan Green — 4/5★ (my review)
Do You Dare? by J.D. Armstrong — 3/5★ (my review)


The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix — 3/5★
Shades of Rust and Ruin by A.G. Howard — 2/5★


Wolves and Werewolves in History and Popular Culture by Shannon Scott — 4/5★
American Monsters by Adam Jortner — 4/5★


Great Classic Hauntings: Six Unabridged Stories — 3/5★
Payback’s a Witch by Lana Harper — 5/5★


Heartstopper: Volume Two by Alice Oseman — 4/5★
How Horror Works in Books and Film by Shannon Scott — 3/5★


Blaze of Misery by Brynn Ford — 5/5★
Kadavergedaver by Guy Didelez — 3/5★


The Color Storm by Damian Dibben — 5/5★



Have you read any of these books?
What was your favorite book of the month?


15 responses to “Monthly Wrap-Up: October 2022

  1. A variety of books which I always find nice. Furthermore, you also choose different formats. I have a problem with audio books, but am listening to one from time to time, when there are no other alternative. I have not read any of these books. I though I read a lot this month, but the result is only six books, I hope to finish two more before tomorrow. Among those six almost all were good, especially: Violeta by Isabel Allende, The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave, Sarek (The Couple’s Trip by Ulf Kvensler and The Visit of the Royal Physician by Per Olov Enquist.
    I am also looking forward to Nonfiction November. I have also decided to participate in Novellas and German Lit, but only with very few books. November seems to be a very busy month. See you at Nonfiction November.

    Lisbeth@The Content Reader recently posted: Coming up in November - Nonfiction, Novellas and German Literature
    • I wasn’t very good at listening to audiobooks when I first started but the more I tried the easier it was and now I love them so much. Nonfiction November is my favorite to participate in! 😀

  2. Yes, October went super fast for me, too, because we were so busy! Looking forward to seeing what you’re reading for Nonfiction November!

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