The Month in Review – October 2020

It’s hard to believe we’ve hit the one month mark for the Disappear Here Book Blog. It flew by in  a way things do when you are passionate about something. 

When I decided to start the blog, I had some reservations around being able to keep up with it. After the first month, those reservations have turned to excitement. With each novel, I’m anxious to finish, not just so I can spoil it for my husband with all of my ramblings, but because I can’t wait to share it with you. My whole life I’ve just been talking to whoever is closest, not sure if they were interested at all. Now I have the Disappear Here Book Blog, and, while the audience isn’t massive (yet ;)), I still have a place to discuss what I love most – books!

I hope you’ve enjoyed month one of the blog. As always, please send me your comments, feedback, recommendations, and book recommendations in the comments or on Instagram. I’m always looking to read outside of my normal queue/genre. 

Alright, now let’s get to it, the month in review — 

October Reads

Betty by Tiffany McDaniel

The Invention of Sound by Chuck Palahniuk

The Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson

Still Missing by Chevy Stevens

October Blog Posts

The Foundation

To kick things off on the Disappear Here Book Blog, I put together a list of my favorite novels, and what I love about each of them. From Less Than Zero to Harry Potter, I cover it all.

Book Review and Book Discussion – Betty by Tiffany McDaniel

My favorite book from the month is Betty by Tiffany McDaniel. I loved it so much that, in addition to the book review, I wrote a discussion post to dive further into the novel. If you take any recommendation from me this month, I hope it’s this one. This book will change your life for the better. 

My Favorite Pick-up Lines

Sometimes it’s all about the pick-up line, or in this case the first line of a novel. This post is a list of my favorite opening lines from novels, ones that really caught me at the beginning and didn’t let me go.

An Interview with Francis Chapman, Author of Book of Yeshua

For the first installment in the author question and answer series, I interview Francis Chapman about his new book Book of Yeshua. He provides a look into his new novel and some advance for aspiring writers. 

Book Review – The Invention of Sound by Chuck Palahniuk

Unfortunately, The Invention of Sound may be my least favorite on the book list for this month. It had so much potential but ultimate left me wanting more.

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