October Wrap-Up and November TBR

Happy November, my friends!

I hope you had a fantastic October. We sure loved the changing leaves on our street, cold nights with hot tea, and all things pumpkin. And I must admit that I am getting in the Christmas spirit a bit already. At least, I find myself humming Christmas songs and hope they have some on the radio soon. No tree yet and my pumpkins are still on my porch, but I am excited for this wonderful time of year!

October was a bit of a strange reading month for me. I went through phases of lots of reading then hardly any. Same thing with blogging. I managed 4 reviews this month which is definitely respectable. 3 of them came last week. Ha! We’ll see how well I get back into a more normal posting schedule this month.

In October, I finished 4 books.

I started A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens and am loving the audiobook I have. I am determined to finally finish this book that I’ve started at least 3 times in the past!

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I posted 4 reviews.

The Bootlace Magician by Cassie Beasley (arc review)
The War I Finally Won by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech
Starry River of the Sky by Grace Lin

In November, I hope to finish the books I am currently reading.

I would like to finish one Newbery winner and start my next classic. Here are a few options towards the top of both lists.

Otherwise, a few books I want to read for fun because you should always read books for the pure enjoyment of reading 🙂

What are you reading in November?

6 thoughts on “October Wrap-Up and November TBR

  1. I love the cover art on The Bootlace Magician. I’m always for a Brontë read, but honestly with winter approaching I’d say Crime and Punishment. For some reason, I really feel like the Russians should be read in winter—no real reason other than I associate most of their works with that season, even though most of them cover years and years and years.

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    1. Isn’t it awesome!? Cassie Beasley has beautiful books and great stories! Read Circus Mirandus first if you haven’t yet!

      And haha. I love that. I guess the Russians always have at least a few freezing cold sequences in their Siberian winters, right? I love Crime and Punishment–excited for my reread.

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