Monthly TBRs

November 2018 | TBR

Hello friends,

Happy November everyone!

Though my past few TBRs have kind of been shit shows, I’m still going to try to follow one for November, if for nothing else than to hold myself accountable for books I need to read.

I will have separate TBRs going up for Lalathon, Mythothon, and any other November TBRS I’m attempting! Wrap-ups for October and Witchathon are coming soon too!


The books:

I mentioned in my most recent BookTube video that September was my last “open” reading month before some slightly different goals in the back half of the year.

Here’s that video if you don’t know what I’m talking about:

So far, these reading plans have already changed drastically, but I am still going to try to semi-stick to my November plans.

Also, I have fallen so behind on ARCs, I’m going to try to get some of those read as well. I just haven’t had time for physical reading, but I’m making that a priority for this month.

ARCs:

The ARCs I’m prioritizing for this month are:

 

The Brilliant Death by Amy Rose Capetta

Mewranters: Attack of the Sea Monster by Kachi Ugo

How to Fracture a Fairy Tale by Jane Yolen

Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan

Storm Runner by J. C. Cervantes

Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee

 

Other Books:

While that’s already a pretty good stack, some other books I have checked out from the library or group reads planned for include:

 

Blue Lily Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater – reread for the Sassy Book Club (live show on Nov. 17th on Spencer’s channel at 8pm CST!)

Vicious and Vengeful by V. E. Schwab – also for the Sassy Book Club (live show is for Vengeful and is also on Nov. 17th on Kassie’s channel at 3pm CST)

The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

Sawkill Girls by Clare Legrand

City of Bones by Cassandra Clare – November reading plans

A lot of these books can overlap with the readathons I’m interested in for this month, but as always, I’ll see what I actually have time to get to. Fortunately, I have most of my books as audiobooks, so I should be able to get to them even if I’m on the road a lot again.


What are you planning on reading in November?

Let me know below!

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