Books

November TBR ’19

And here I am again doing a post 2 weeks later than it would of made sense to do it- as you can tell, I am far from organised in any element of my life at the moment! But I finally think I am finding a crutch to get me out of my reading slump; the kindle app on my phone…

So I am doing all I can to use this month to catch up on my GoodReads goal, and just my reading in general. And I feel like Im making a touch of progress so far. I have already read Meredith by Michelle Miller, a short story among a series I have been reading since summer.

My current read, and what I plan to finish next is The Selection by Kiera Cass. This is one of those books that I never thought I would actually read as I don’t think I have ever really heard any good things about it, but hay it was free. I downloaded it to read a bit of to trial it out, and turns out that so far it is pretty good, so hoping to fly through the rest of it over the next few days!

Next I am hoping to then read Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by JK Rowling. This is the next book in my Harry Potter reread that has been going on for ages now, but hopefully now I have it downloaded onto my phone, this is more likely to be worked through quicker. Plus I’m hoping to get the illustrated edition for Christmas so would like to finish my reread of the books so I can then reread the illustrated one.

And then finally I have Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan- I had started this when I first moved out back in April, but made no progress with it really. Though I believe that this was more to do with the stress of moving, and trying to get my life organised than anything to actually do with the book. Plus I feel like this will be a nice little change from fantasy. Have you read this book and the series? What did you think?

To go alongside these three I also have the rest of the short stories in the collection that Meredith came from, so I am hoping to compete the series by the end of the year so that leaves five books for me to get through. Hopefully get through another two or three this month.

What are you reading this month?

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