Sunday Post #316

Sunday Post

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It’s been a somewhat frustrating week here for me. More applications, more silence. Plus I let my Scribd account renew, kind of accidentally, but I figured I’d use it for the readathons coming up because some books I wanted to read were going to be available on Oct. 1st. Well jokes on me, because apparently, they cycle books out as you read each month. So all the books I wanted to read are no longer available, two days into the damn month. Not happy at all. Unlimited listening is fantastic, limiting what books I can read makes it just as bad as my libraries terrible digital collection. So I have to read do my TBRs, but I do have the overall post up and ready to go for three of the upcoming events. You can find it here: Readathons 2018.

There is a Litsy challenge to read all 62 Goosebumps books in October, but since I’ve read a few recently I’m only going to tackle those new to me or those I don’t remember. So be prepared to see some of those pop up on my reading lists.

Books Read

  • Fear: Trump in the White House by Bob Woodward
  • Monster Blood by R.L. Stine
  • Say Cheese and Die by R.L. Stine
  • The Night of the Living Dummy by R.L. Stine
  • Priest of Bones by Peter McLean
  • Shadow of the Fox by Julia Kagawa

Last Two Weeks

September Recap 

Shadow of the Fox by Julia Kagawa (3.5 Star Review)

Priest of Bones by Peter McLean (3.5 Star Review)

Vader Down (4 Star Review)

Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire (4 Star Review)

Priest of Bones by Peter McLean (3.5 Star Review)

Book Haul 



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10 Responses to Sunday Post #316

  1. Greg says:

    Oh that sucks about Scribd! Good luck with the readathons despite that…

    I had no idea there were that many Goosebumps books! Wow.

  2. Oh are there only 62 Goosebumps books altogether? That makes that Litsy challenge make more sense. Lol. I’ve never read a Goosebumps book, but I read Fear Street when I was a kid (Goosebumps was a bit after my time, but it’s what R. L. Stine is remembered for.)

  3. Well that sucks. You can do a 30 day free trial of Kindle Unlimited. I did a 3 month for 99 cent deal and was shocked at how much I found and enjoyed.

  4. Gayathri Lakshminarayanan says:

    I can’t remember even one of the Goosebumps title, what’s wrong with me? But good luck with your challenge. It would be too tough for me.

  5. You should email Scribd and complain. I emailed Audible when my free 30 day trial renewed two hours earlier than midnight. I know that was leaving it until the last minute, but that’s still playing unfairly. They took the charge off my credit card. Maybe if you complain about the available content being changed they’ll refund. 💲

    Sebastian missed the Goosebumps boat somehow. We were having trouble finding reading materials that would challenge him and yet be interesting for his age, so his father’s bass player gave us a stack of his son’s Goosebumps books, but the first book scared the poop out of him. Even when he was older he steered clear of them. Bad memories, I guess. 💀

    Have a wonderful week. 💜

  6. Hmmm, the Goosebumps challenge sounds fun, but I don’t have access to all of the books! ^^; (Well, I don’t think I do at least.)
    I didn’t realize there were only 62.

    I’m sorry about Scribd. Hopefully your readathon will still workout.

    Have a great week!

  7. I’ve never used Scribd so didn’t know it did that. How sucky!
    It’s been years since I read a Goosebumps but my kiddo is showing interest in them so I have a feeling I’ll be back on them soon.
    Hope this weeks been better than last!

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