November Wrap Up

Hey bookish friends! November kind of flew by. I wasn’t very active on here, but personally November was a great mental health month and I enjoyed spending time with my family over Thanksgiving. Reading-wise, I read eight books, but it doesn’t feel that way because there were quite a few duds. I’m happy I read broadly, but the books weren’t very memorable. I acquired quite a few books in November, but I think I’ll save that for a separate post just to keep this short. Without further ado, i present my November 2019 wrap up!




  • My favorite read this month was There’s Something About Sweetie by Sandhya Menon. I listened to it while working out in the morning and it was seriously a treat. Love Sweetie as a character.
  • The Toll was one of my highly anticipated books of the year and the book I was most excited to read. I liked it, but I was also disappointed because there wasn’t enough Citra and Rowan in the conclusion. Definitely thought their role would be bigger. 3.5 stars, but rounded up for Goodreads.
  • Nine Perfect Strangers was the worst book I read in November. I didn’t write a full review for it on here, but I did share my thoughts about it in I Read The Lowest Books On My TBR post.

November 2019 Goals

5 Star Predictions Wrap Up

I Read the Lowest Books on My TBR

End of the Year TBR


How was your November? Let me know in the comments! Thanks so much for reading!

8 thoughts on “November Wrap Up

  1. Oooh I love your stats graphic. Your posts are always so creative. I’m looking forward to seeing what you read for December.

    My fav of the month so far is Queen of Nothing but I also enjoyed The Beautiful and currently reading The Wayward Children #3 (a lot of fantasy). I’m trying to mix things up by reading Becoming by Michelle Obama the first week of December!

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