November Reading Recap

November was QUITE a month. I had about 42 grad school assignments due, I read a ton of books, I quit NaNoWriMo 10K words in, moved into and completely furnished an apartment, and wow, I’m tired.How is it already December? Why did I JUST book my travel home? Why haven’t I figured out what to get my Mom for Christmas yet? Crap.

But! I have one month left in the year and I’m going to make it count.I’m going to catch up on my Book of the Month Club picks (seriously…) and hopefully get to 160 books read this year.

Here’s a recap of my pretty successful November reading month

Total Books Consumed:

  • I’ll Be There For You: The One About Friends
  • An Absolutely Remarkable Thing
  • Private
  • Vox
  • The Menendez Murders
  • #DoNotDisturb
  • Metadata
  • The Library Book
  • Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigan Crow
  • Social Creature
  • The Last Equation of Isaac Severy
  • Library Management 101
  • The Crimes of Grindelwald
  • Dear Evan Hansen: The Novel
  • Sisters First
  • Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating

Audiobooks Listened To: 4

ARCs Read: 1..kinda. Okay, so I read my arc copy of #DoNotDisturb but it’s already out. Oops.

Best Book Read: Hmm…probably Wundersmith, just because I was so excited for it and it lived up to the hype!

Least Favorite Book: I don’t think I really have one. I mean, the two library textbooks I read weren’t great,LOL.

Book of the Month Club Pick: I picked two this month and then cancelled my subscription for awhile so I can catch up. This month, I picked Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty and For Better and Worse .

December TBR:

  • The Refugees
  • Back in the Game
  • Dear Committee Members
  • Bonfire
  • All the Ugly and Beautiful Things
  • Lies We Told
  • Nine Perfect Strangers
  • For Better and Worse
  • 29 Dates
  • The Similars

 

What did you read in November? What are you looking forward to reading in December?

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