November TBR and October Wrap-Up

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After a little break from my blog, I am back to regular posting again. Woohoo! To start things off, I created my November TBR pile which I really want to complete this month. With only 2 months until the end of the year, I really need to take the time to read if I want to succeed in my reading goal.

Here is what I plan to read this month:
1. Persuasion by Jane Austen
2. Runaways by Alice Munro (finish what I read so far)
3. Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin (finish what I read so far)
4. Anne of Green Gables by L M. Montgomery
5. A Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
6. Son of a Trickster by Eden Robinson
7. The Elephants in my Backyard by Rajiv Surendra

October was a relatively good reading month for me. Although I didn’t get through my 10 book TBR pile, I did end up reading 7 books. I’m now only 13 books away from completing my reading goal for this year! I’m feeling very optimistic that I’ll reach my goal, but I really need to focus now.

Here is what I read in October:
1. Autumn by Ali Smith 3/5
2. One Day at Horrorland by R. L. Stine 3/5
3. The Girl Before by JP Delaney 1/5
4. The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur 5/5
5. The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli 2/5
6. The Waves by Virginia Woolf 5/5
7. Frankenstein by Mary Shelly 5/5

Look out this month for a few reviews on these books. The end of October, and the beginning of November, were quite busy for me, so it was hard to keep up with my blog. I’m back and at it now, and will be posting more content this month! What did you read in October? 🙂

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