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The goal of ARCtober is to read ARCs. Mission accepted.

How is your reading month going? Any good reads?


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I am clearing 99 books from my bookshelves. This advance reader's edition of A SIMPLE MURDER: A Mystery by Eleanor Kuhns is one of them. It is a chilling historical novel about the mysterious murder of a young Shaker woman.

So I am mixing in two other goodies and giving away an ARCtober 2018 Prize Pack (US only, 18+ years) that includes:

  • One pre-owned advance reader's edition of A SIMPLE MURDER: A Mystery by Eleanor Kuhns 
  • One 2018 16-Month Cats Calendar (5.6 in x 5.3 in) [Because cats are the best Halloween creatures.] 
  • One Cat Cutie Series Bookmark





ARCtober 2018: A SIMPLE MURDER giveaway


OCTOBER 22

I am reading my ARC of The Second World War by Antony Beevor. Have you read it? The history book is 843 pages! I will be reading it through the end of November for the Nonfiction November Reading Challenge on YouTube / BookTube.


OCTOBER 10

I am reading and releasing my advance reader's edition of A Simple Murder: A Mystery (Will Rees Mysteries, #1) by Eleanor Kuhns. Have you read it?

Eleanor Kuhns recently wrote an author guest post about Luddites for the blog. She is promoting The Devil's Cold Dish: A Mystery, the fifth book in the Will Rees series. Check her guest post out here.


OCTOBER 1

I am reading and releasing Driven by Faith: The Trevor Bayne Story (ZonderKidz Biography) by Godwin Kelly. Have you read it?




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2018 ARCtober Reading Challenge sign ups are open! I am going to read four ARCs during the challenge. Are you planning to participate? What are you going to read?


Click the banner below for more details or to sign up.






Runs October 1 – October 31, 2018. [You have until October 5 to sign up.]

The (only) goal is to read ARCs. 

You don’t have to be a blogger to participate. 



About Mayor Sonni

Reader extraordinaire. Mayor of Readeropolis. Lover of books, lists, sweet tea, and vacations. Well, not necessarily in that order.
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