Month in Review

November Reading Wrap.

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Total books read this month: 10

New to me authors:

Matt Haig
Janice Hadlow
Danielle Hawkins
Lauren K Denton

Top Book for November

Hard choice to make, didn’t really have a top read this month. They all almost rated 4 stars. One 3 star. However the one I was most taken by was The Other Bennet Sister, mainly because it surprised me at how much I enjoyed it.

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Looking forward to reading in December

Already started reading Archangel’s Sun and I don’t have my sight set on anything else in particular.

Main Reading Goals for November were.

  • read three books from my actual TBR shelf.   I read  one!
  • read one lurking book from my Kindle TBR Yes – Almost Just Friends.
  • keep up with the library reserves that land my way Pretty much, a few I put back after deciding after looking a bit more at them I didn’t want to read them just now.
  • read some of the annotated Pride and Prejudice.  I read a very small amount of it.
  • reread a book ! Yes, by accident because I’d forgotten I’d read it but it still counts because I realised and kept going.

Main Reading Goals for December

  • See if I can start off a cozy mystery series that I’ll keep reading. I have a first book to pick up from the library.
  • read on actual book from my TBR print shelf and one from my Kindle
  • think about some reading goals for 2021 and write them down.

Incoming Books for November

Purchased

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Library Books

From NetGalley

Audio Books

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Linking up with Nicole from FeedYourFiction Addiction.

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10 thoughts on “November Reading Wrap.”

  1. Ten books is excellent for November! I have The Midnight Library on my wish list as I’ve heard great things about it. Wishing you a happy holiday season and a safe and healthy 2021!

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  2. Looks like a good reading month for you,Kathryn. I haven’t read any of these yet, but I put The Midnight Library on my Christmas list!

    Love that you met your re-read goal by mistake! Hey, it happens. We do that with movies, too 🙂

    Ah, e-books languishing on my Kindle – so many! I almost never read e-books, but I occasionally pick one up when there’s a good deal on BookBub, so they are “piling up.” The actually TBR books lined up in double rows on my shelf feel more urgent!

    Hope that you have a great reading month in December!

    Sue

    Book By Book

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    1. One day I need to sort my Kindle TBR! I really enjoyed The Midnight Library and as you like time travel I think it would be for you. It’s a kind of time travel.

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  3. Oh wow where did November go LOL great line up Kathryn and there are a few on my shelf and a few on my wish list up there too

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