I love November. Settling back into a routine at home. Doing some holiday planning and shopping. Going for long walks in the crisp autumn air…
Autumn is such a beautiful season in Nova Scotia.
I endured a disheartening reading slump in October, but I’m happy to report that I think it is now over. The books that broke the slump?
“Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine“. This title will be on my best of 2017 list for sure!“In a cottage in a wood”. A compelling suspense novel that kept me transfixed.
I received one title from Bloodhound Books
So TEN more review commitments in October. I am valiantly trying to get my TBR under control and I’m working toward my 80% NetGalley badge. My NetGalley feedback ratio improved a little this month. Considering I got four new NetGalley titles, I’m proud of the improvement. Yeh! Go me!
I purchased the following TWO books in Kindle format from Amazon.ca
(I did purchase more than two, but the rest were bargains that can be found on my Miserly Monday posts.)
First in a series, this sounds like a perfect holiday read. I bought it because I loved Kate Hewitt’s “Rainy day sisters“
First in a new series of police procedurals set in Norfolk
I’m on the internet WAY too much. I admit it. But sometimes my time is paid off in spades when I discover new titles. Yes, I know, my TBR doesn’t need any more…
Anyway, I was excited enough about these two new titles that I just HAD to share them with you!