My favorite read last month was the tagged title followed by Queen of the Night and Behind the Beautiful Forevers.
📖3 audiobooks (2 nonfiction & 1 fiction)
📖3 graphic novels
📖4 ebooks (3 e-arcs & 1 library loan)
What did you read in November? Have you read any of the above?
I clearly went on a bit of Sailor Moon kick but also read some other excellent things and managed 3 books over 500 pages and to read both my poetry book of the month and the classics for bookclub for two consecutive months (Dracula and the Secret History).
#readingrecap #monthlywrapup #novemberreads
37/50 Reading Challenge
Read Date : Nov. 11 ??♡??
. "She loves that writers make words their servants and bend them to their will." ❣️
?Curiosity got the best of me. Picking this random book. It surprised me. The premise is surprisingly good. I love the plot. Its like breathing of fresh air. Creepy sh*t and weird.
Read my full review :
#readingismyhappyplace #bookgeek #bookwhore #NovemberReads
Here is my month in books. A not entirely satisfying collection but two books did stand out : Catch and Kill is as good as everyone is saying and Kevin Wilson is a new author to me that I want to read more from. On the “ticking off” on achievements front I have finally completed the Booker longlist novels and have one book remaining for #Readharder2019 ! Woohoo, it might nearly be time to read what I want ;)