Bookish Life,  Reading

November 2020 Wrap Up

I felt like didn’t read a lot in November but what I read was all quite good.

I’m a bit surprised that I didn’t read more. After all, I went on vacation so that should give some good reading time. But I think I so needed to decompress that I spent most of my time sleeping and staring out into space instead of reading. I only read a few books that week.

That’s 13 books. I’m not going to pick favorites to highlight this month because they were all very different and good in their own ways. A lot of them I’ve already posted about during the month.

You what it is time for?

COUNTING!

Yes, it is time to get ready for end of the year posts. It is ridiculous how much I like going backwards and forwards over my Goodreads lists making check marks in different categories for each book and seeing what the best things to focus on for end of the year posts are. I’m starting now so I just have to add December books as I finish them. Is it just me? NERDS UNITE!


Reading All Around the World challenge from Howling Frog Books

  • Read a nonfiction book about the country – or
  • Read fiction written by a native of the country or someone living for a long time in the country.
 

I didn’t add anything this month.

5 Comments

  • Danielle Hammelef

    I think you had an excellent reading month! It sounds like you had a relaxing vacation week and did what you needed to do to recharge for the rest of 2020. I hope your 2021 is safe and healthy!

  • Mae Sander

    The global reading map is intriguing! I like to find mysteries set in diverse locales, and especially written by local people. I hate books that “pretend” to be of a place they are not.

    be well…mae at maefood.blogspot.com

  • Gretchen

    What a nice mix of books you read! The Tokyo Bicycle Bakery, The Cookbook Club and the Tobacconist’s Wife look quite intriguing. I’ve heard good things about Jasper FForde, but have not yet read anything by him.

    Have a great December!

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