A busy month, with a lot of books. Most of which (happily enough) were pretty good. Three personal trends:
1. I've started tackling a couple of the classic Gold Medal series properly: Edward S. Aaron's Sam Durrell and Stephen Marlowe's Chester Drum. After a flurry of eBaying, I've actually got mostly-there collections of both. As an excuse to complete the collections, I'm going to try and read both series in order from the beginning. There will be reviews. Maybe.
2. I've taken to the Project Gutenberg "Latest" page. Which is a seriously weird addiction, but I'm finding all sorts of strange treasures.
3. Frontlist time! I had somehow forgotten that October was mega-month for SF/F releases. Which makes September a very exciting time for the Year's Big Books. There's the temptation to blitz through those (a temptation I'm not resisting very well), but it seems more Just and such to mix that up with older books.
Anyway, on with the highlights and lowlights...