Book Review, Monthly Roundup

November Round Up

This November I managed to read 12 books I can’t believe it myself. I haven’t read that amount of books in one month for ages. With reading this amount of books I have finally caught up with my Goodreads 2020 Reading Challenge. However that leaves me 7 more books to read in December to complete my reading challenge of 80 books.

I hope during December I can write all of the book reviews for the ARC’s that I’ve read and committed to write a review on this year. So I can start afresh in January 2021. I have been having trouble with writing my book reviews this year, which I have shared with you a few times over the months.

Over the last few months I’ve been suffering from lots of very bad headaches some turning in to migraines, even when I’ve been crafting. So last week I rang the Opticians and got an appointment for the next day. It turns out that I needed new glasses even though I wasn’t due to have my eyes tested again till next summer. So I can’t wait to pick up my new glasses this week, as I’m hoping that this will help me with writing, reviewing and keeping my blog up to date as well as getting back to my crafting. The only reason I’ve been able to keep reading with my kindle it because I’ve had it on the largest font that I can use.

November Reviews:

Book One.

Ghost by Dolly Alderton

Pages: 336. Publication Date: 15 October 2020. My Rating:


Book Two.

The Fate of Us by Tori Fox

Pages: 261. Publication Date: 27 August 2020. My Rating:


Books Read This Month:

  1. The Rush’s Edge by Ginger Smith
  2. The Twelve Dogs of Christmas by Lizzie Shane
  3. Colton’s Salvation (Demented Sons MC #1) by Kirstine Allen
  4. A Perfect Paris Christmas by Mandy Baggot
  5. Last One to the Party by Bethany Clift
  6. A Witch for Mr Holiday (Witches of Christmas Grove #1)by Deanna Chase
  7. Trusting Skylar (Silverstone #1) by Susan Stoker
  8. A Witch for Mr Christmas (Witches of Christmas Grove #2) by Deanna Chase
  9. Saving the Preachers Daughter (Dogs of Fire MC Savannah Chapter #1) by Piper Davenport
  10. Stealing the Biker’s Heart (Dogs of Fire MC Savannah Chapter #2) by Piper Davenport
  11. Redeeming the Biker’s Past (Dogs of Fire MC Savannah Chapter #3) by Piper Davenport
  12. 314 (Widowsfield Trilogy #1) by A R Wise

Recently Acquired Books This Month:

Pre-Ordered Books:
Amazon First Read:
  • The Empress by Laura Martinez-Belli, Translator Simon Bruni
Amazon Purchases:

Hardback Purchases:
NetGalley:
BookBub Free Books:

For a list of all the FREE books Via BookBub please go to Books Acquired via BookBub in November 2020 Post.

Book Blitz Posted This Month:

  • Instant Heat (Breathing Hearts #1) by A K MacBride
  • The Librarians Vampire Assistant #5 by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
  • The Prince’s Bride by JJ McAvoy
  • Fighting for Us by Bella Emy
  • Then He Happened by Claudia Burgoa
  • Our Friendship Matters by Kimberly B Jones
  • The Guy from the Internet by Birdie Song
  • Wyatt (Twilight Falls #4) by A M Salinger
  • The Hit Mom by K Marie
  • It’s Raining Men by Rich Amooi
  • Faerest by Brianna Bennett
  • The Taming of a Wicked Rogue by Samantha Holt
  • When the River Rises by Joey Jones
  • Worth the Wait by Charity West
  • Slash (Devils Fury MC #7) by Harley Wylde

Book Blitz Cover Reveals This Month:

  • The Consequences of Fate by Mary E Palmerin

November’s Favourite Book Blitz Cover
Fighting for Us
November’s Favourite NetGalley Cover
The Last One at the Party
November’s Favourite Cover Reveal
The Consequences of Fate
November’s Favourite BookBub Cover
Curse of Christmas

So the reasons for this months favourite book covers for the four different categories are:

Fighting for Us: Well I think lots of people may like this book cover as it’s seasonal with a bit of a hunk. Say no more!

The Consequences of Fate: Well seeing I only posted one cover reveal this month I only had this one to choose from.

The Last One at the Party: This cove drew me to wanting to read this book and once I read the synopsis I just knew it was my type of book.

Curse of Christmas: I had to choose this one as I’m feeling quite seasonal and this just put me more into a Christmassy mood.

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