October 2018 round up


I only have two more books to reach my Goodreads target of 80 books!

  • The Day the Crayons Quit – Drew Daywalt
  • A Trail Through Time (A Chronicles of St Mary’s #4) – Jodi Taylor
  • Red Dwarf: Better than Life – Grant Naylor
  • An Ice Cold Grave (Harper Connelly #3) – Charlaine Harris
  • Five Run Away Together – reviewed here, and here
  • Jolly Good Food – Allegra McEvedy, reviewed here
  • Christmas Present (A Chronicles of St Mary’s #4.5) – Jodi Taylor
  • Grave Secret (Harper Connelly #4) – Charlaine Harris
  • Dead Ever After (Sookie Stackhouse #13) – Charlaine Harris

And I’ve still to finish:

  • Drums of Autumn (Outlander #4) – Diana Gabaldon
  • The Diary of a Bookseller – Shaun Bythell
  • No Time Like the Past (A Chronicles of St Mary’s #5) – Jodi Taylor
  • A is For Alibi (Kinsey Millhone #1) – Sue Grafton


  • Hollyoaks
  • Hey Duggee and Paw Patrol (the theme song gets stuck in your head on that one)
  • More of Outlander series 3 (I finished the book it is based on before the TV series)
  • More of Taskmaster
  • Making a Murderer series 2
  • Only Connect which just started back on BBC2


  • Visited lots of playparks
  • Taken Brodie swimming
  • Gotten involved in a new project at work. I am unearthing the contents of old boxes of books and shelving them. I’ve found some fascinating stuff so far.
  • Visited the aquarium in St Andrews (Brodie preferred to run in his staggering way around the place instead of looking at the displays!)
  • Visited Edzell and the little folk museum just past it
  • Spent time with my new nephew who is a month old now and my four-year-old niece
  • Started the Organised Mum method of housekeeping. Wish me luck!


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1 Response to October 2018 round up

  1. chrissie777 says:

    Good to know there is not just St. Andrews Castle, but also an aquarium. This might keep me busy next year when André plays golf again at the oldest golf course worldwide (it’s also called the cradle of golf).


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