November Wrap Up & Favourite Books of the Month

I managed to read/listen to 8 books during November. I didn’t manage to hit my monthly goal of 10 books, but I’m more than happy with the books I did get through. I read 5 books and listened to 3 audiobooks. As I’ve completed all my blog tour commitments for the year I’m going to be slowing down on the blog and with my reading. I’ll have a few posts coming up but they’ll be even more sporadic than they have been. My weekly wraps up might be fortnightly or I may take a complete break until the New Year. I’ll still be around on social media though, sending silly GIFs etc.

Anyway here are the books from November πŸ˜€

Favourite Audiobooks

Of the 3 audiobooks that I listened to, these 2 were my favourites.

Other Favourites

I absolutely loved these two books as well and highly recommend you add them your tbr mountains!

How was your November? Did you come across any good books?

 

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      1. Definitely not Nicki. I can feel my mojo slipping. Got a few new memoirs to read and a few classics so I’m gearing up for some personal reads over Christmas. Xx

  1. What a fun November! My favorite audiobook of November was The Black Count and my favorite book was absolutely Kindness and Wonder: Why Mister Rogers Matters More Than Ever. Have a wonderful December!

  2. I have one more book to finish for a December blog tour and then, like you, nothing until the New Year. Having said that, I’m going to do my best to stay ahead of January review commitments and I have only one for February at the moment and might well keep it that way. I feel sorry for blog tour organisers as I get the impression quite a few of us are cutting back or at least taking prolonged breaks.

  3. I have noticed a bit of a slow down from your usual pace! I’m happy to hear you are taking a break! Blogging/reviewing can be all consuming and can create a frantic pace and it’s helpful to step back from time to time! Your posts and pleasant interaction will be missed …. but we’re also the first to understand! Wishing you a wonderful Christmas and many treasured memories with your family and friends. Blessings!

  4. Sounds like you read some great books during November! I can’t wait to read The Giver Of Stars and I’m definitely curious about Three Hours. Have a wonderful December! xx

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