Happy Month of Christmas-Eve!!! I don’t know about you but I have already started feeling the Christmas vibes. I blame it on all of the Christmas decorations popping up. I cannot wait for Christmas. I feel like the last two months of the year are the most exciting. Anyway, here is my TBR for November:
- Queen of Shadows, Empire of Storms, Tower of Dawn by Sarah J Maas- With the release of the last book in the “Throne of Glass” series, I am really behind in my reading. I NEED to finish these books ASAP. They’re about 500+ pages which is kind of intimidating but I have been reading a few pages from the eBook every day.
- The Adults by Caroline Hulse- Another huge book but a thriller this time. I’ve had this book for about two months and meant to start reading it however life got in the way. I am definitely looking forward to finally starting this book.
What are your reading plans for November? How do you feel about the festive season? Let me know below.
Someone please tell me how it is already November. I feel like all I do is go around asking “How is it November? I just finished my last Criminology paper yesterday.” (This is a lie as I wrote my last paper on 8 December 2016 but it feels like yesterday to me). Anyway, here are the books I want to try and read before November flies away from me like the rest of the year:
- Spindle Fire by Lexa Hillyer: I’m currently reading this and I am enjoying it immensely. Unfortunately I read a huge spoiler and it kinda ruined this book for me. I am going to finish it before moving on to anything else but the spoiler really ruined the book for me.
- The Hanging Girl by Eileen Cook: Eileen Cook’s books seem to be getting darker and I love that! I really enjoyed “With Malice” and I’m sure this is no different.
- No Place Like You by Emma Douglas: “A Season of You” was on my October TBR and it was such a great read. I love Emma Douglas’ writing and can’t wait to read more.
- The Right Kind of Rogue by Valerie Bowman: I’m so sad that I haven’t read this book yet. Valerie Bowman is an absolute delight and her books are divine. I’m pretty disappointed that I didn’t get to read this book yet but better late than never.
- Enchanted by the Highlander by Lecia Cornwall: So, um, I like highlanders. Sue me. *ducks in shame of having my personal bookish likes exposed to the world*
Those are the books I hope to get through this month. What are you reading? Let me know in the comments.