Monthly Wrap Up

The month that was… November 2020

November was a better month for me. Still odd, of course, being in lockdown for the vast majority of it and with everything else that’s going on, but I started a new job which is going well so far and it’s been good to be in a place of relative stability after the uncertainty I’ve experienced in recent months. It was also my birthday, which I couldn’t do much for, but my OH made me a cake and prepared a lovely meal on the day. It was really nice, and I enjoyed having an excuse to stay in. As per usual, I didn’t get books – nobody ever buys me books unless I provide a list 😦 – but I made up for it my buying plenty for myself! πŸ˜‰

I managed to blog more regularly this month, and posted nine reviews. The standouts novels for me were:

I also reviewed:

TBR Watch

I think that the less said about this, the better! πŸ™ˆ


  1. That looks like a ggood rearing month considering! Love your choices, definitely think I need to check out 337, lots of great reviews πŸ‘

    1. Thank you, Rachel – it’s been nice to get back to a relatively normal situation! And 337 is definitely worth a read!

    1. πŸ˜‚ I know… and I did so well between May and August! It’s fair to say that I have been comfort buying books in recent months! 😬

      Thank you! 😘

  2. Happy belated birthday! πŸŽ‚I also buy my own books. Nobody in my family or friends buy them for me as they aren’t into books and reading and they wouldn’t know what to buy. Moreover there isn’t a festival at our side in which we purchase gifys for others.

    1. Thank you! My family / friends tend to assume that I’ve already read / bought anything they could think of! Which isn’t unreasonable… πŸ“š

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