Hellooo everyone. I hope you all had a nice Halloween! 🙂 I’m sorry I haven’t been around much in the past few days: life got a bit hectic and I had so many uni assignments and essays to work on that I didn’t have time for blogging. November is going to be even busier, unfortunately, with end-terms and exams coming up, dissertation, and essays to hand in (and I’m also going up to London on the 17th for a few days) so if I’m not around, that’s the reason for my absence. Anyway, I decided to join this monthly feature called Monthly TBR – which is run by Jenn @ Booksessed – in an attempt to get a bit more focused and organized in my reading habits.
This month’s To-Be-Read pile
From top to bottom:
- The Charm Bracelet by Melissa Hill
- All the Little Animals by Walker Hamilton
- The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo Moyes
- The Girl on Paper by Guillaume Musso
- Northwest Corner by John Burnham Schwartz
Eye Contact by Fergus McNeill– read
It’s a selection of review books I got in the past few weeks/months, books I’m hoping to finish before my Christmasy books arrive. I’m already reading Eye Contact and I’m hoping to finish it tonight so I hope 5 books is a manageable amount for this month. 🙂 Fingers crossed!
What books are on your November TBR list? Feel free to leave me a comment or link me up if you have your own TBR post.