November Rewind

 

 

Another busy month, hit the two year wedding anniversary with the hubby, had Thanksgiving, spawn’s Scottish Dance Festival day, school Christmas Fayre, present shopping, and reading of course!

[Reminder from the last Rewind: I’ll also be on holiday in a place with pretty sorry internet, so, for a couple of weeks in December all the posts will be scheduled ahead and I’ll be pretty quiet. Just like now. As I wait for my new charging cord. Still.]

Anyway, onto the books!

 

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The Shadow Prince (Mortal Enchantment, #0.5)

 

Kim, Leon, and The Sky Path To Africa: Easy Read

 

Died and Gone to Devon

 

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A Death in Harlem

 

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The Conspiracy of Magic

 

Blind Witness (Book one of the Charters' Mysteries Series)

 

Fawkes

 

Blood Heir (Blood Heir, #1)

 

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Tears of Frost (Heart of Thorns, #2)

 

Pursuit: The Balvenie Stories Collection

 

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Sound (The Reprobation Series Book 3)

 

The Company of Eight

 

Girls of Paper and Fire (Girls of Paper and Fire, #1)

 

The Last Namsara (Iskari, #1)

 

This Mortal Coil (This Mortal Coil #1)

[My Review of this is just me saying ‘OH SHIIIIT’ on GoodReads]

 

The Sky Weaver (Iskari, #3)

 

The Pursuit of William Abbey

 

Ghoster

 

Trail of Lightning (The Sixth World Book 1)

 

Girls of Storm and Shadow (Girls of Paper and Fire, #2)

 

Total Count: 20

 

Posts From Around the Book Blogger Verse

Bookwyrm Bites: I Made November Cakes & Labyrinth Cakes

favorite reads over the course of bookwyrming thoughts

Cuppa Clo: Novel Newcomers: Weirdest Places I’ve Read

Fictionally Sam: Bloggers I’m Thankful For

Novel Lives Monthly Wrap Up

Reader Voracious: Diverse YA Science Fiction Books to Read this Sci-fi Month

Other Things Going On

Fictionally Sam: Mrs. Claus Readathon

Reader Voracious: Readers Choice Awards
[The nominations form closes at 23:59 on November 30, 2019, general voting will begin on December 3, 2019]

 

My Other Posts

October 2019 Fairyloot Unboxing!

Leigh Bardugo Event

No We Don’t Do It For The Free Books

Reader Voracious: Bookish Readers Choice 2019

An Anniversary in Books

Update and Giveaway Announcement!

Favorite Historical Fiction Books: The First Half of 2019
[This post is currently down but will be back up soon!]

 

Now, what’s on for next month?

 

Lots of backlist Author request book reviews, two blog tours, and other things! I’ll be busy with mini’s birthday, going on holiday, and throwing money left and right for the dog boarding lol. I’ll also be updating my blog a little, overhauling my patreon stuff, and generally being cold and wishing for warmth.

September Rewind

 

 

It’s that time of the month again where I watch Netflix as I struggle to list out the books I read. BUT this also means that tomorrow is October!!! Remember to click on the pics to be taken to either my review or the GoodReads page.

 

So this is new but, Currently Unrated:

[I have no idea what to do with this one, so, it’s remaining unrated for now.]

 

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[Rounded to Three cups for the blog tour, it’s more of a case of me just not being capable of enjoying ‘sappy’ romances]

 

[I’ve rounded this up to 3 on GoodReads, it’s got a really interesting plot but I felt like things needed to be fleshed out more, and sometimes the style seemed a bit immature, but, I think it shows a lot of promise as well and I liked the ending! I’ll be writing up a full review later. The author was nice enough to send me a copy, so thank you for that!]

 

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Total Count: 27

 

Still Currently Reading:

[I would have finished it if it were not for all the damn tours I signed up for, but I adore this book so far]

 

 

Favorite Posts from around the book blogger-verse

 

Kal @ Reader Voracious: 6 Books to Haunt You this Spooky Season

Clo @ Cuppa Clo: How We Manage School And Blogging (ft Jayati @ Its A Coffee Addicted Bibliophile)

Clo @ Cuppa Clo: Reality of Being a Book Blogger

Kelly @ Another Book in the Wall: A BOOKWORM’S GUIDE TO REMOVING STUBBORN STICKERS

Isabelle @ BookwyrmBites: My Long-Term Relationship with Fanfiction

Lauren @ Northern Plunder: The Importance of an Author’s Online Presence | Guest Post by Bronwyn Eley

Sam @ Fictionally Sam: Ultimate Guide To Stories That Have Bisexual Representation

Sam @ Fictionally Sam: BE Autumn Announcement

 

Patreon Shoutout Section

Thank you to Sam @ Fictionally Sam for being my first patreon!!! If you haven’t seen her blog yet, you should definitely check her out, she’s got great content and an amazing blog look.

 

What I’ve Posted

Charity Shop Finds!

The ‘Strong’ Female Character Archetype

I’m on Patreon!

Bookending Autumn Approaches!!

Cover Reveal: Windborn by Mary Fan

Favorite Thriller/Mystery Books: The First Half Of 2019

Tag Time: Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Thriller Thursday

Spooky Reads and Recs

 

This month was pretty much a blur of Blog Tours, and as much as I absolutely adore books, I will from now on limit myself to no more than 10 blog tours a month starting in November. [There is 11 for October as I forgot about one I’d already signed up for yonks ago lol]

I didn’t get to go to the Jay Kristoff event in the end but I was so happy that I was able to give my ticket to someone who really wanted it. BUT I am going to see Leigh Bardugo four days before my birthday, YAY. AND the husband is coming with me!

Expect my first Illumicrate Unboxing probably tomorrow, so, be warned, spoilers will be there. Also, we may FINALLY be moving in October, it looks promising! This means I may be a bit absent in the community but I promise that I will be around as much as I can. Especially with BE Autumn! I can’t wait to do my hosted posts and I can’t wait to read everyone else’s posts.