It's 80 degrees outside and I'm finding it difficult to register that there are only two months left of the year. I'm not ready to kick up the holiday books yet, but let me tell you, we're going to get "Merry" up in here come December. So for our last month of "regular" books for the year I tried to get a few different genres to choose from.
There are at least two people I know that read this blog that love the TV show Bones, so I thought I'd throw Deja Dead (Temperance Brennan #1) by Kathy Reichs into the mix this time. Kathy Reichs has written 18 Temperance Brennan novels (so far), so this is a good start to get your Bones fix.
As a result of having grown up in the 90's, I think I have seen almost every movie that Drew Barrymore has acted in (my favorites probably being Firestarter and Ever After). One of my reading goals is to read more non-fiction, so when I see a book written by someone I'm already inclined to like (Anna Kendrick Fall of 2016, I'm looking at you), I push myself to read it. Since Drew Barrymore has been in the public eye since she was a baby almost (yes, she was the little girl in ET), I'm sure she has an incredible story to tell.
In the spirit of The Twilight Zone, Welcome to Nightvale is a bi-weekly podcast that tells stories of a town where anything is possible where alternate dimensions are as close as the local dog park and conspiracy theories are true. I had heard of Welcome to Nightvale mentioned on the internet in a "late to the party" kind of way. It had a following, but I had no idea if it was a video game, tv show, or some other form of media that I was not privy to, so when I saw the book on Barnes and Noble I started doing some research. I love The Twilight Zone so I am anxious to read the book (and binge-listen to the podcasts).
Molly Arnette has secrets, but when she and her husband are looking to adopt a child, those secrets are threatening to be revealed. Molly ran away from her past, but now she has to face it in order to move forward with a promising future, before it collapses her present.
So here we go one more time! This poll expires on November 7th at midnight, so get your votes in this week! I'll see you in a few days for October's Book Club discussion of Cell by Stephen King.
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