Hello, my lovelies!
I can’t believe it’s November! I love November, because it’s my Birthday month. It is also a month when winter slowly starts to show its face and autumn is going away. I hope to get some snowy days – but not sure if that will happen…
October was an interesting month for me, in a very spooky mood. I managed to read 7 books in total. However, I didn’t manage to read all the books from my TBR, so some will be getting back here again.
What can I do – I am still getting used to the idea of following a list of books I want to read, and I managed to pick up a few books that weren’t on my TBR list – how mischievous – I know…
Hopefully, in November, I will be a good girl and will stick to my reading list. Let’s see.
As I have announced in my TBR Update, I have changed the way I am choosing my books – if you haven’t read this update yet, please go and have a look.
All the books that are currently on my TBR can be found HERE. This is the list that I will choose from when spinning the wheels.
My TBR for November
I always start with 8 books on my TBR, because this is what I read on average. If I happen to read all of them, I will add a few more books at the end of the month. If I don’t manage to read the books from last month, I don’t unhaul them. They go into the next month’s list automatically, which leaves me with less spins. This month I have 4 books that are extended, which leaves me with 4 spins.
These are the 8 books I am planning to read for October:
1. Dracula by Bram Stoker
I am currently reading Dracula, but I didn’t manage to finish it before the month ended – so this will go back on my November TBR. It was a great pleasure to be reading this in time for Halloween though, so I am not even sorry that this book is now here.
2. A Darker State (Karin Müller #3) by David Young
The second book I didn’t manage to read in October. Still looking forward to it.
A mystery / crime novel, where a teenage boy’s body is found and the main character of this book (and series), Karin, is investigating the mystery. I haven’t read the previous books of the series, but it one of those that you don’t have to read the in order, as they are all standalone mysteries, it is just Karin that stays the same.
3. Death in the Dojo by Sue Leather
I didn’t manage to get to this one as well – so here we go.
This will be a re-read actually, as I have read this book a couple of years ago. This is a mystery that takes place in a Karate dojo (training room) and as a karate lover myself, I enjoyed this book a lot. This seemed like the perfect opportunity to come back to this lovely book!
4. The Temple House Vanishing by Rachel Donohue
I was really supposed to read this one, as I have a blog tour for it in November, but I guess it’s still not too late.
I was kindly sent this book by the team at LoveReading UK, and I will be participating in the Ambassador Buzz around mid November for this book. It is a book that solves a mystery of a disappearance of a sixteen-year-old schoolgirl and her teacher that happened 25 years ago.
5. Her Crown of Fire by Renee April
Spin: TBR Jar
In the dull, everyday world, seventeen-year-old Rose Evermore struggles to plan beyond her final year of high school. But when fire suddenly obeys her every command and her dreams predict the future, she becomes hungry for more of this strange power.
Under her dreams’ guidance, Rose lands in the fantasy realm of Lotheria–with a tagalong. Tyson, her best friend since childhood, winds up there with her, just as confused and a hell of a lot more vulnerable. In Lotheria, Rose is welcomed and celebrated as a fire mage at the Academy, while the very un-magical Tyson is forced into hiding under threat of death from the headmasters of Rose’s new school.
As Rose’s talent in fire magic draws unwanted attention and Tyson struggles to transition from high school student to blacksmith, Rose must find a way to return Tyson to their own world before the headmasters discover and execute him–no matter the cost.
6. Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano
Spin: New Author
A heart-wrenching, life-affirming novel about a 12-year-old boy who is the sole survivor of a deadly plane crash
One summer morning, a flight takes off from New York to Los Angeles. There are 216 passengers aboard: among them a Wall Street millionaire; a young woman taking a pregnancy test in the airplane toilet; a soldier returning from Afghanistan; and two beleaguered parents moving across the country with their adolescent sons. When the plane suddenly crashes in a field in Colorado, the younger of these boys, 12-year-old Edward Adler, is the sole survivor.
7. I’ll Be Home For Christmas by Abbey Clancy
Spin: Beautiful Cover
Last month I became an Insider for Mills & Boon, so expect to see more romance novels from me in the next period. They were kind enough to send me this book, and I will be part of their Blog Tour on the 11th November.
All she wants for Christmas…
Popstar Jessika Malone can’t believe her luck! Not only has she signed a major record deal and is topping the charts with her latest single, she’s just been offered the chance of a lifetime: a tour with gorgeous megastar Cooper Black…
It’s everything she’s ever dreamed of – except that it means travelling thousands of miles from her boyfriend, Daniel, just when he’s finally got down on one knee and popped the question!
Far from home and followed by the paparazzi, her relationship is tested more than Jessika ever imagined – will she make it home for Christmas before it’s too late?
8. You, Me and The Movies by Fiona Collins
Two people. Ten classic films. A love story you’ll never forget.
Arden has just started university when she meets Mac – and quickly falls head over heels for the handsome, charismatic film lecturer. Their love affair is dramatic, exciting and all-consuming; the sort of thing you only see in the movies.
It couldn’t last. But thirty years later, leading a very different life, Arden is visiting a friend in hospital when she suddenly comes across the man she never forgot. Badly injured in an accident, Mac can only make brief references to the classic films they once watched together: Casablanca, A Star is Born, Pretty Woman among others… and they make Arden remember everything.
The bittersweet memories of their relationship help Arden re-connect with the world in a way she no longer thought was possible. But will a movie-worthy love ever be hers again?
A romantic, moving and inspiring love story that readers of Jill Mansell, Hilary Boyd and Maeve Haran will adore.
And that’s my November TBR! I hope I will manage to read all of these books, and I hope that maybe I can squeeze in one or two more, before the end of the month?
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What are you planning to read this month? Let me know in the comments!
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13 thoughts on “November TBR – My Birthday Month”
Can’t wait to see what you manage to read and what you thought of them.
. You, Me and The Movies by Fiona Collins looks divine
This looks like a great TBR collection for November! Some of these books sound so interesting, that I will also add them to my TBR list. Best of luck in your reading endeavors! Can’t wait to hear your thoughts on these stories!
Her Crown of Fire sounds awesome.
I love the idea of a TBR game. I hope you manage to read and enjoy all of these.
Gemma @ Gemma’s Book Nook
These look like great books!
I can’t wait to see your November reviews as those books look fab.
Hope you have a good month of reading!
dear edward and you,me and the movies sound wonderful (As do the others)
Looks like a very nice list, I hope you will enjoy them!
I am not good at sticking to a pre-planned list, haha, I always end up read other books!
I did that too – and now I tried this, and I keep reading other books and not sticking to my tbr – let’s see how it goes 🙂
I cross my fingers and hope it goes well. Happy reading!
Great post and great list of books I hope you enjoy reading each book on your November tbr pile. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post.