November was a bit of a tricky month for me, as a lot of what I was reading was for future posts.
I started off the month with a review of WE ARE NOT OURSELVES by Matthew Thomas. That’s a read that has stayed with me!
I published my Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday Readathon Goals. I had never done a readathon as I always figure I don’t have enough time. I aimed for three holiday books.
Next I was part of the Historical Fiction Virtual Blog Tour for the YA/Children’s book A LITTLE WICKED by Janet Macreery. This is a great little read!
On Nov. 4 I review Kara Taylor’s DEADLY LITTLE SINS, the last book in the “Prep School Confidential” series. I love that fun YA series!
I listened to the audiobook THE DRESSMAKER by Kate Alcott in the car.
Post readathon, on Nov. 12, I posted a review of the three holiday books I read. (I can’t say enough how fun that readathon was — the Twitter party alone was reason enough to join!).
I threw in a Saturday Snapshot of the sprinkling of snow we had.
Then I had a break where I was reading lots of stuff for December and January!
On November 23 I took part in the Historical Fiction Virtual Blog Tour of SELDOM COME BY by Sherryl Caulfield, a beautiful book – book one in a series.
Then on Nov. 28 I posted my FAVE READS of 2014 post (always popular).
I also came across (that same day) a whole listing of free holiday books for your kindle and posted a link.
And I ended up the month with a Saturday Snapshot of the real snow we got for Thanksgiving! Now it is even snowing on my blog. 🙂
Hope you had a great November, too!!