Plate Update: LEGO, Sherlock Holmes, and Autumn

October was weirdly half-autumn, half-summer, but it was a good month. 😉 

Last month’s full plate included some cheesecake. 😀

Here’s an update on my full plate…

Pleasure read:

Beneath a Prairie Moon (four stars)

Perception (four stars)

How to Read a Book (picture book, three stars) 

The Bookshop Girl (five stars)

Beta-read (eeek!):

Gingerbread Treasures (another story from A Very Bookish Christmas ❤ )

Answered:

Emails and texts

Questions about Kiera for this vlog 

(A thinking face…)

Wrote:

Meeting minutes for my transcription job (lots and tons)

Some reviews…

5k words on a new project ❤ ❤

Blog posts (the top three being Kiera Q & A Vlog!, Longing to Write, and September’s plate update.)

Edited:

“Sincerely, Jem” (drafts on my own, with another reader, and with my editor, Kelsey Bryant, phew!)

Miscellaneoused:

Made two LEGO spaceships (please be proud of me 😛 )

Filmed an actual vlog 

Attended a really good Bible study

Cleaned the house for parties

I also attended more choir practices with my family, started rewatching BBC Sherlock (on a filter), and absolutely loved the colder weather. 😉 Also, I went to the library for the first time in forever. 😀

This month, I’m looking forward to releasing the A Very Bookish Christmas anthology with my fellow authors (ahhhhhh!!!!), celebrating Thanksgiving, writing some as a NaNoRebel, and seeing what else God has in store for the month. 😉 

How was your October? What are you looking forward to this month?


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