November Reading Wrap Up

November 2019 Reading Wrap UpHappy Thanksgiving!

November was a bit of a blur for me as a flurry of colds hit our household and just doing the necessary daily chores was all I could think about some days. I am glad that bout of sickness has passed and hoping it doesn’t come our way again this season!

In bookish news, I read a handful of books this month. They were a good mix of backlist books and advance copies I was excited for. I enjoyed them all and more than half got a four out of five rating!

Ready to see what I read and reviewed?

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Books I reviewed:

Good Girls Lie, by J.T. Ellison

Fans of twisty thrillers will have fun reading Good Girls Lie!
dotted line separatorThe Revenant, by Sonia GenslerThe Revenant is aΒ historical fiction coming of age story that I would have liked even more if I’d read it as a teenager.
dotted line separatorA Study in Scarlet Women, by Sherry ThomasA Study in Scarlet is a genderbent retelling of Sherlock Holmes continues to grow on me the more I think about it.

dotted line separatorFuture Visions, by VariousFuture Visions is a collection of short stories was an interesting and enjoyable reading experience.
dotted line separatorJust Watch Me, by Jeff LindsayA crime thriller about a thief, Just Watch Me was a compelling and fun reading experience.

 

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Other posts this month:

Has your reading taste changed over time?

In Has Your Reading Taste Changed Over Time? I discuss how books I used to devour just aren’t the types of books I’m looking for now. Read the full post HERE.dotted line separator10 Books I Haven't Read (But Really Want To Get To!)In 10 Books I Haven’t Read (but really want to get to!) I list books from a wide variety of genres that I really want to read but haven’t picked up yet. Read the full post HERE.

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On the stack for next month:

December 2019 TBR

I’m eagerly anticipating many of the books I’m planning to pick up in December! In fact, I’ve already started Ninth House (my first foray into Book of the Month!) and Recursion (which was one of my top ten books I haven’t read yet but really want to!). I’ll also be continuing The Chronicles of Narnia with the second book in publication order, Prince Caspian. And I have some more advance copies to look forward to as well!

What are you reading or planning on reading next?

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