September & October in Review

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It was a strange month here at Chew & Digest. My TBR pile has exploded to the point where I am learning to say no to people and I have been working hard at reading some classics that I never quite got around to back in the day. I have to thank the Kindle for all of the free classics.

September I never got around to post this, so excuse me for including it here.

  1. Scoundrels in Law by Cait Murphy 2010 352 pp NF
  2. My Lost Daughter by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg 2010 448 pp
  3. The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins 1860 720 pp
  4. The Breaking of Eggs by Jim Powell 2010 352 pp
  5. The Book Stops Here by Ian Samson 2008 307 pp
  6. Dogfight, A Love Story by Mike Burgess 2010 304 pp
  7. Milrose Munce and the Den of Professional Help by Douglass Anthony Cooper 2008 224 pp
  8. The Bad Book Affair by Ian Samson 2010 368 pp
  9. The Monster of Florence by Douglass Preston & Mario Spezi 2008 368 pp NF
  10. Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read by Scott McNulty 2009 272 pp NF
  11. Field Guide to California Agriculture by Paul Starrs 2010 504 pp NF
  12. Create HTML Email that People Want to Read by Matthew Patterson 2010 200 pp NF
  13. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde 1890 178 pp
  14. The Gendarme by Mark T. Mustian 2010 304 pp
  15. The Case of the Missing Books by Ian Samson 2006 352 pp
  16. Tom Sawyer and the Undead by Don Borchart 2010 304 pp
  17. Redneck Country, Black Letter Law by John Russell Smith 2010 560 pages
  18. Museum of Thieves by Lian Tanner 2010 320 pp

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Rustic Onion and Goat Cheese Tart I experimented with this month.

October

  1. The Moneychangers by Upton Sinclair 1908 206 pp
  2. The Lucifer Code by Charles Brokaw 2010 368 pp
  3. The Jungle by Upton Sinclair 1906 448 pp
  4. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Lewis Stevenson 1886 94 pp
  5. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving 1820 28 pp
  6. The Dark End of the Street  by Danielle McGlure 2010 324 pp NF
  7. Julita’s Sands: A Memoir by Emily Placido 2010 648 pp NF
  8. Banned in Boston by Neil Miller 2010 209 pp NF
  9. George Eliot in Love by Brenda Maddox 2010 238 pp NF
  10. Suite Scarlett by Maureen Johnson 2008 336 pp
  11. The Name of the Book is Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch 2007 363 pp
  12. What a Difference a Dog Makes by Dana Jennings 2010 156 pp NF
  13. The Titan by Theodore Dreiser 1914 589 pp

I put the classics in red just to see how many I did. During BBAW, I realized that I had put a halt to reading them and that made me sad. Now what makes me sad is that I have been so busy reading and reviewing for work, that I haven’t been reviewing for here too much.

New Problem. New Solution!

I have an exciting review filled week coming up.

 

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7 Responses to September & October in Review

  1. Sophie says:

    BBAW? Oh, wait, I know what that is, NM. I can send you a ton more books to add to your pile. A big steamy pile 🙂

    Or, I could just read the ones that I have and actually publish my review posts. I need to work on that, especially since I spend so much time reading them and then writing the dang posts.

    Still need to do that tart– its going to wait (along with the pot pie) till my bff gets here. I have made an excel sheet of everything that needs doing between now and when I pick her up from the airport next Saturday and if I stay up from now till 2 days after she is here I should get it all done. Go me!

  2. Sandy (You've GOTTA Read This) says:

    That tart is making my stomach growl! Yum…love goat cheese. It looks like you had a very productive two months. I know how it feels to have a TBR that would take years to complete. I almost never accept review books any more.

  3. Amy McKie says:

    Great collection of books! And you got quite a few classics in this past month, so congratulations 🙂

  4. Stacijoreads says:

    Look forward to your reviews this week!!!

  5. Kim @ Sophisticated Dorkiness says:

    That tart looks delicious! Wow. And also, good job with all the books. I’d say more, but that tart is distracting me!

  6. Um, that tart looks super yum yum. Recipe please! 🙂

    I finally bought Monster of Florence last night. I remember reading your review some time ago and I thought it looked awesome. I found it on the bargain shelves at B&N!

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