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Around the blog, I managed to read quite a few books in November, with a grand total of eight this month! Bringing my yearly total 89. Dare I say I might read 100 books this year?! I don't want to jinx it since December is so busy but there is obviously a chance here so I'll keep you updated on my progress because if I do that would be a banner year for sure!
We only have one more month to finish my challenges that I have signed up for. Some I have already completed, some I am almost finished, and some I am laughably far behind! You can check in on my full progress on my challenges tab here. I do love a reading challenge and I am look forward to signing up for some more next year already!
All in all, the books that I read in November were pretty good! Here's the complete breakdown:
- Two were given a C rating: Sherry and Narcotics by Nina-Marie Gardner and Leaving Parma by Angie Sarich.
- Three were given a B rating: The Dressmaker of Khair Khana by Gayle Lemmon; How Shakespeare Changed Everything by Stephen Marche; and Dracula in Love by Karen Essex.
- Three were given an A rating, or my highest rating: The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown (an audio book); The CHICK-tionary by Anna Lefler; and What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty
It's hard to pick a favorite read for the month since I had three stellar reads this time, but if I had to choose, What Alice Forgot is the book I am still thinking about today so that is the one that I am picking as my read of the month! What was your favorite November read?