November Wrap-Up

November Wrap-Up

Hello Kittens! I can’t believe we’ve finally arrived at the last month of the year. I feel as though I blinked and November was gone. That being said, I managed to get a little reading done last month. There were some great reads in that bunch.

Total books read: 9

A Death Long Overdue by Eva Gates. Rating: 4 stars

Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson. Rating: 4 stars

The Cookbook Club by Beth Harbison. Rating: 3 stars

Shit, Actually: The Definitive, 100% Objective Guide to Modern Cinema by Lindy West. Rating: 4 stars

A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson. Rating: 4 stars

Murder in Season by Jessica Fletcher and Jon Land. Rating: 4 stars

She Come By It Natural: Dolly Parton and the Women Who Lived Her Songs by Sarah Smarsh. Rating: 4 stars

Sprinkle with Murder by Jenn McKinlay. Rating: 3 stars

Gemina by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. Rating: 4 stars


5 stars: 0

4 stars: 7

3 stars: 2

2 stars: 0

1 star: 0


Physical: 4

Ebook: 1

Audiobook: 4


Mystery: 3

Young Adult: 3

Non-Fiction: 2

Contemporary: 1

New to Me Authors: 5

Authors I’ve Read Before: 4

Total Pages: 3,302

I made more progress in the Illuminae Files series, and will hopefully be finishing it up in December. All of those other series that I was going to get to this year….yeah, we’re not talking about those. Overall, for a hectic month at work, I was really pleased with how many titles I was able to get through. I continue to be grateful for all of the audiobooks that allowed me to keep up a decent reading pace. It also helps keep my traffic frustrations under control. As long as I’m not running late, I may be one of the few people around who doesn’t mind getting stuck in a traffic jam, because that means I’ll get through a few more chapters. 🙂

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