Hey guys! It’s a few days into November, but I wanted to get this up so I’m not completely reading blind. 😉 I’m honestly not sure at all what I want to read this month, so there’s a lot of catch-up and a LOT of options. Let’s get started!
This month, I’m participating in Remember November, which is hosted by Kathy @ Books and Munches. Essentially, the goal is to try and complete the challenges that you signed up for at the beginning of the year… Of which I have many. Oops?
From Around the Year in 52 books, I have:
- Ruby Red
- I Am the Messenger/Stolen/Cry Blue Murder/Finnikin of the Rock
- The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
- The Mystery of Hollow Places
(The Mystery of Hollow Places also fulfills the November prompt for the Monthly Keyword Reading Challenge.) I really want to get these books read, as I’m super close to finishing all the prompts and it would be a fantastic achievement to get all of them! I only have a couple of prompts left for one of the Beat the Backlist Challenge scavenger hunts, so these two fulfill those:
- Book of Ivy
And finally, I have a couple of other collective challenges for the month:
- United We Spy (Monthly Motif)
- Every Last Word (Reading Assignment)
For State of the ARC this month, I have a few old ARCs that I’m hoping to get to (and a couple that would be nice if possible):
- Loving Lakyn
- Alice and the Fly
- The Inconceivable Life of Quinn
- How to Murder Your Life
Lastly, these are some of the books that are on the top of my TBR and would be rather fabulous to get to this month!
- The Cage
- Ruin and Rising
- Game of Thrones
- The Thing With Feathers
- Wonder Woman
- This Savage Song?
- The Dark Prophecy?
- Raven Cycle?
- Sleeping Giants?
Okay, so I know I won’t get to all of these books this month. But hey, if I set my mind to it, maybe I can get a good few in! I definitely want to make the challenges my priority, but we’ll see how this goes. Wish me luck! 😉
Have you read any of these books? Thoughts? Which should I prioritize? I’d love to hear your opinion! Are you participating in Remember November, State of the ARC, or any of the yearly challenges I mentioned? What’s your TBR for the month? Let me know in the comments; I know I totally bombarded you with information, but I’d love to start a conversation! Happy reading this month!