November: Monthly Wrap up!

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Salutations Savvy Readers! I thought I had a pretty good month as far as reading went and I think considering how my previous months had gone it WAS pretty good.

In the month of November, I read a total of 8 books. Some were not posted to my blog because I didn’t write a conventional review for it and only wrote a small diddy on Goodreads. 

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Ugh. You may be asking me why I challenged myself to 150 books and that is because a friend dared me to. Have no fear, I will figure this out somehow. I know we’re now officially into December, but I have never backed down from a challenge before! So, onward and upward. I am determined to get through this and I am known for devouring books. We will see if I can make a dent.

[and yes, I’m counting the children’s books I’ve read to my kids because they count, too!]


November’s notable reads

These are the notable books that I read [and placed reviews on here,] next month I’ll be reworking this aspect. BUT ONWARD TO THE GOOD STUFF.


The Reviews

  1. Gilded Cage by Sherry Ficklin – fullcrownratingfullcrownratingfullcrownratingfullcrownratingfullcrownrating
  2. Iceling by Sasha Stephenson –  fullcrownratingfullcrownrating
  3. The Rebel of Clan Kincaid by Lily Blackwood– fullcrownratingfullcrownratingfullcrownrating
  4. In Bed With The Billionaire by Jackie Ashenden – fullcrownratingfullcrownratingfullcrownrating
  5. Christmas Joy by Nancy Naigle – fullcrownratingfullcrownratingfullcrownrating
  6. Unlocked: Rekindled Flames by C. Chilove – fullcrownrating

November’s Book of the Month!

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5/5

This is actually a novella in a 3 book mini series that leads up to an actual book that will later come out. I adored this piece so much and it isn’t my typical read, but Sherry Ficklin did well to wow me to the point I was interested in this period and what was going on with the family/club dynamics.

Psst. Check it out, it’s only .99 on Amazon right now.

Goodreads | Amazon | Sherry’s website


NaNoWriMo

Well, I tossed in my flag early. I was all gung-ho about this but I fell behind over the first weekend and then became overwhelmed, but the good news is that I will be continuing what I started soon – and without NaNoWriMo pressure to finish!


Ah, so that was my month at a glance. How was your month? Did you read a lot, write a lot, sleep a lot? Chat with me below!

See you next month.

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