November 2019 TBR

We made it to November! Even though October flew by, I was pretty happy with my reading for the month. (See my Wrap-Up here.) I won’t be setting my goals as high for November since I’m participating in Nanowrimo. But I am a rule-breaker this year. Instead of starting a new project from scratch, I’ll be editing and continuing with my project from last year. Having not seen it since November 30, 2018, I was relieved to discover it wasn’t so bad. It’s typically a good sign when you find yourself reading along and enjoying your writing like it’s someone else’s work. Right?? 😉 Hopefully it’ll leave me with a little more time to read as well.

I have one book left to finish up my Reading Challenge (Popsugar Reading Challenge) for the year. And it’s a book I’m reading with my son, so it’s hard not to read ahead so I can just mark it off the list. Ha! Once I finish my challenge, I’ll make a separate post wrapping that up, so keep an eye out!

(Link to Goodreads through the title!)


available 11/1/19

My current read is an arc I received through Netgalley. If you’re not a fan of insta-love, you should probably skip this one. The only time I can enjoy extra cheese in my books is over the holidays. So far what I’m enjoying most about One Week ‘Til Christmas is all the sights and experiences of London at Christmastime. Although, the characters are pretty great too.

available 12/3/19

The German House is another book I received through Netgalley. I read the first few chapters on Bookishfirst and immediately requested it on Netgalley. I’m excited to pick this one up!

available 2/18/20

Saint X is an ARC I received from the publisher, Celadon Books. This debut is already getting so much buzz. It’s a thriller/mystery that reviewers are loving so far. They also included some fun goodies and recipes I’m excited to try. Be on the lookout for reviews of all these soon!

TBR Pre-Order:

available 11/5/19

After a long, long wait, Call Down the Hawk will finally be here any moment! The Raven Cycle is one of my favorite series, and I can’t wait to return to that world. I wish I would have been able to reread the series in preparation for Call Down the Hawk, but I didn’t get to it. I’m not too worried about it though. Maggie has assured her readers you don’t need to have read The Raven Cycle to pick this one up! (On a side note, my daughter has ordered 3!! copies of this one. A signed copy, a copy from the UK, and a copy included in an Owlcrate box. She’s promised to share one with me. ;))

Have you read any of these, or are they on your tbr for this month as well? Let me know in the comments!

Happy Wandering!

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