Hello, there! Today we are going to navigate among my bought and read books of October! Yay!
I was a very good girl this month and read a total of 12 books; 10 books and 2 comics. I told you in my September’s wrap up that October was my month, haha! I also received some new books in exchange for honest reviews, but all in due time!
In shopping matters, October was practically non-existent – honestly, I didn’t even got out to the bookstore, you know? And I’m not making online shopping lately, as I don’t have the time either, haha! I bought 2 mangas, 5 comic books, 1 coloring book (call me obsessed) and one sticker album, because I’m a child, haha!
Books that I’ve read
Brazilian books meant to be featured on my dissertation
(meaning: I won’t review them, haha!)
- O Calçado e a Moda no Brasil: um Olhar Histórico, by Eduardo Motta
- Passado a limpo, by Eduardo Bueno
- Salões e Damas do Segundo Reinado, by Wanderley Pinho
- História da Vida Privada no Brasil: A Corte e a Modernidade Nacional, by Fernando A. Novais and Laura M. Souza
- História da Vida Privada no Brasil: Da Belle Epoque à Era do Rádio, by Fernando A. Novais
- A Televisão no Brasil: 50 anos de história (1950-2000), by Sérgio Mattos
- A Revista no Brasil do Século XIX: A história da formação das publicações, do leitor e da identidade do brasileiro, by Carlos Costa
I managed to not read a single manga this month, which is impressive for my standards, and I already wrote two of three reviews expected to October. Go, me! ❤ The first Bound Series’ review will be up until Friday, Nov. 6th, with luck.
As for the books that I’ve received
- Melophobia, by James Morris
I already reviewed a book from Linda, Chasing Rainbows (link here), and a book by James, What Lies Within. Thanks so much for the trust, guys! Just wait my vacation, haha!
My currently readings are The Night Clock, by Paul Meloy, which I received through NetGalley (thank you!) and Finding Forever, because its release was on Oct. 29th. I’m positive that FF review will be up on the blog on Nov. 8th and The Night Clock, on Nov. 5th. But let’s see, right? Hahaha!
I also would like to start a countdown here. I deliver my dissertation on Nov. 10th, which means that this will be seven days from this post. CHEERS FOR FREEDOM!
Ahem, that’s it! Thanks for reading and Happy November!