Fictionophile’s NOVEMBER 2022 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

 NOVEMBER by the numbers:

Total books read: 10
Published in 2022: 9
Backlist titles: 1
Five star reads: 3
Debut novels: 2
Books that are part of a series: 1
Goodreads challenge: 120/120 (100%)
GR NetGalley challenge: 73/70 (104%)
GR Edelweiss challenge: 25/25 (100%)

My armchair travels took me to

Wexford, Ireland (Foster); Cornwall, England (The White Hare); Upstate New York (Never Broken) ; Highlands, Scotland (The Highland Girls at War) ; Glasgow, Scotland (Meredith, Alone) ; small town Pennsylvania (Her Buried Lives) Ireland (The Winter Guest) ; Long Island, New York (The Housemaid) ; Springfield, Massachusetts (Hungry Hill) ;and finally Savannah, Georgia (Found Object)

In this past month I’ve read TEN titles.

I enjoyed every one of them, some more than others of course.

The Housemaid” by Freida McFadden

Meredith, Alone” by Claire AlexanderAND the novella “Foster” by Claire Keegan

I feel very lucky to have access to so many wonderful books and hope that you had a great reading month. ♥

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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17 Responses to Fictionophile’s NOVEMBER 2022 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

  1. marlenebb8 says:

    I think it’s so cool how you show where you have traveled through reading! What a great idea. Looks like you had a busy month. November was ridiculously busy for me and allowed me to travel to only “one place” – Boise, Idaho! Lol. Hopefully that doesn’t deter you from checking out this wonderful book from Lynda Wolters. It’s called “The Placeholder” and it’s an addictive read about a woman in her 40’s dealing with a divorce, the dating world, and a life-changing diagnosis. I really went into it thinking it was going to be a fun and sexy romance read but there are so many layers to this book! The main character, Sera, is strong and fierce and I love the friendship she has with her boss (who also ends up being her bestie). They have some really funny banter but a true bond you can see from the start. There is love, heartbreak, hope and loss. This book was a tearjerker for sure, but I am so happy I found it. If you wanna check it out here is the author’s website –
    Hope I get to travel to more places in December (wink wink)


  2. I love how you do your wrap ups! I keep getting told to read the Housemaid!
    Fab month of reading ☺️

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  3. Sheri Dye says:

    10? Dang.. You go girl!
    These look so good too—I’ll be adding a few of them to my TBR!


  4. Carla says:

    Lots of time spent in the British Isles I see, Lynne. I just finished Foster and it was amazing. I will have to check out your top two and see if I can find them. Looks like a good reading month for you.


  5. Carol says:

    I was a little confused by the ending of Foster and couldn’t get a good sense of what would happen. Do you have an opinion on the ending?


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