For November, I've completely changed my strategy for the short-term TBR! A bunch of books I just didn't get to went back on the shelves - maybe next year!! This month, I'm focusing on finishing/progressing a few series and also trying to completely the #19822022 challenge (only six books left!!). I'd also love to read the Scholomance trilogy since the third book came out, but I'm not sure I'll have time to tackle that one. Just Another Love Song⬇
Oops. A bit late with my #NovemberTBR but we‘re travelling so time has slipped away. The books on the left are all for while we‘re away - I won‘t get through them all but it‘s good to have choice. The middle stack are my book box catch up reads and my #readmyowndamnbooks books for the month plus a couple of leftovers and the right is #pemberlittens reading!
November‘s proposed TBR is a combination of books carrying over from October, NetGalley books that haven‘t been published, yet (i.e. I‘m not late reviewing them), a couple of library books, and a handful of just because on the event that I have time and/or can‘t decide what I want to read. #NovemberTBR #NetgalleyNovember I may pick up a nonfiction audiobook or two, but I don‘t want to feel locked into any of them.
Here‘s what I want to read this month…
💀 finish the tagged book- I love this series! Each time I start a new book I wonder why I waited so long.
🌛 Moon Palace by Paul Auster for book club - my pick this month!
🦋 The Butterfly‘s Daughter by Mary Alice Monroe for the #WhatsInANameChallenge
🐦 The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah - the movie was supposed to come out next month, but I just read that‘s not happening 🤷🏼♀️
Hmmm… on Jan 1, I gathered up all the books that were in various piles around the house and said I was going to get through them before pulling any more off my TBR shelves (ha!! That lasted for five minutes) and I‘ve done well but there are still a few on my #NovemberTBR. Had to add a couple for book clubs and challenges but with the library holds letting up, I might have a shot!