November TBR 2018

Hello! Happy November! The times have changed and the weather is still Santa Anas (love you, too, California), but we’re thriving (sort of).

I’m making my way through Forever by Maggie Stiefvater, a library pick-up, but it’s going slower than the first two in the series. I’ll probably read Sinner this month to finish it off, but that depends on if I make it to my school’s library. I’m also hoping to perhaps check out an Adam Silvera book or When Dimple Met Rishi, but that’s based on supply and what I’m in the mood for.

As for books I have already, I want to get to the three books my grandparents loaned me before they come visit: The Orphan’s Tale44 Scotland Street, and The Girl Who Wrote in Silk. I know little about all of them as far as ratings go, but we’ll see how I feel. I think I’m going to tackle the first or the third after Forever, but again, it all depends on mood.

And then, in the realm of books I own, I want to get to An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by John Green, Ringer by Lauren Oliver, and A Map of Days by Ransom Riggs. Anything else will be solely based on mood, I think, since TBR lists are beginning to stress me out.

I don’t yet know what I’ll be reading for AP Literature, but there will be something for that in November as well.

I hope you all have a wonderful November! Come chat about your November plans with me!

-Book Hugger

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