October/November Wrap-Up

Wahey there! Yes, this is two months in one as I didn’t post a wrap-up at the end of October, so there will be quite a few posts re mine and what I liked to read hahaha enjoy!! I also had to go look at my September Wrap-Up because what is a wrap-up even 🤡 (I’ve recently started to use this emoji more and I am LOVING it because this is like my new favourite emoji).

Supernatural-A-Thon

This was for the month of October! I loved doing this and I’ll probably try another readathon soon! I managed to finish 7 out of the 10 prompts (well, the one book covered 3 prompts, but still). I didn’t feel too bad not finishing all the prompts because I knew going in I wouldn’t be able to finish alll the prompts (I am…still busy with the one book haha).

Books I read

I’m not going to mention all the books I read in both months, just the ones I really liked.

I read Tunnel of Bones, the sequel to  City of Ghosts (loved it, love my girl, Cassidy she is great!). How to Be Remy Cameron was absolutely amazing!! Definitely a must-read if you’re looking for a book that’s sappy but also makes you think about the type of person you are or want to be.

A House of Rage and Sorrow – THIS THIS THIS AHHHH. I love loved this book and Sangu JUST announced the title for the third book and I AM LIVING and VIBRATED AT A LOUD FREQUENCY. Sorry not sorry for all the Caps. Ignite the Stars – I’m currently reading the second book (rather slowly 😕) but the first book was excellent?? There’s a great balance between characters and plot and the author is so good with that??

I finally read Wayward Son and was able to see my boys again! It was different than Carry On was and thought it wasn’t as good as Carry On at first and then realised it is great because it’s different than Carry On.

Sick Kids in Love is a book I was really looking forward because the main character has Rheumatoid Arthritis? And I have Rheumatoid Arthritis? I was so excited to see it and it was written really well and Isobel would say or think something about RA and I’m there and going “This is how I feel?” and it was great.

I’ve had Rules for Vanishing on my tbr ever since Kal spoke about it 😂😂😂 and lemme tell you!! I was not let down by this book!! Wonderfully scary and creepy, please do not pull a me and read this late at night 💀

My posts (there’s a whole bunch (because two months 😎)

October

What I Watched this month – September

Bookending Autumn – Fall Festival Photo Tag

September Wrap-Up

Bookending Autumn 2019 – Braving New Worlds

Supernatural-athon // Did you know, I’m excited?

Bookending Autumn – Every Witch Needs a Familiar

Bookending Autumn – Fall in Love

Bookending Autumn – 5 Books with Cool Witches

Patron Saints of Nothing by Randy Ribay || A heartwrenching story about family and identity

Bookending Autumn – Spellbound

Bookending Autumn – Night Film Book Tag

November

What I Watched This Month – October Part 1

What I watched This Month – October Part 2

WWW Wednesday #3

Little Witches: Magic in Concord || Witches, retellings, and graphic novels do go together!

An Announcement || Of good things!

Saint Young Men || Manga Review of a surprisingly good story.

Other posts I liked

How I Turn Every Conversation Into A Bookish One – Ahana @ Heart’s Content

21 Diverse MG Books That Should Be On Your Radar – Krisha @ Bookathon

6 Books To Haunt You This Spooky Season – Kal @ Reader Voracious

Bookending Autumn: Spicy Pumpkin Latte Tag – Meeghan Reads

Here’s Your Halloween TBR, Based on Your Favourite Spooky Movie – Sarah @ Written Word Worlds

I’m tired of the whiteness of Goodreads Choice Alternatives (ft. diverse-friendly alternatives you can support instead!) – Shealea @ Shut Up, Shealea

You Belong in the Book Community, no matter what – Kristina @ Books and Dachshunds

Should You Start a Book Blog? ft. Signs to Inspire You to Start – Sophia @ Bookwyrming Thoughts

Stranger Things Book Tag // I should’ve done this tag ages ago ft. basically all my favourite books – Ruby @ Ruby Rae Reads

One More Thing! 

If you read my An Announcement || Of good things!, you’ll know what it is. But, if you haven’t, have no fear! I’m a host for Bookending Winter, which you can find out more info here. It’s already started so I’m excited to see all the posts!

Chat to me down below in the comments about anything you’ve read this month and what you’re planning to get done in December – can you BELIEVE it’s the last month??

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11 thoughts on “October/November Wrap-Up”

  1. I AM SO EXCITED FOR THAT NEXT BOOK AND THE TITLE IS EPIC. It deserves all caps. I’m working on my monthly wrap up now…but I am not looking forward to it because I have SO MANY BOOKS. And the crazy thing is, is I was trying to stop reading so much? I want to see if I can read less than 30 this month. (I doubt it. But we’ll see.)

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  2. Aw thank you for sharing my post ❤️
    Oh! Sick kids in love is on my virtual wanna read, so it’s good to see you enjoyed it 🙂

    Urhh iknow jee time pass so quick 😨 BUT i’m officially participating in BEwinter now and my first post go live tomorrow 👏🏼👏🏼 (I caved xD cant seem to pass on our events.. oops agaha)

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  3. OMGGGG HOUSE OF RAGE AND SORROW!!!!!! AHHHHHH. *passes out from overexposure to awesomeness* AHHH. AHHHH.
    Sick Kids in Love, 😍😍😍 definitely loved that! ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

    Thank you for the mention love! ♥️♥️♥️

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    1. AHHH. I saw the title for the third book and 😭😭 how are we supposed to wait until next year?? Rules for Vanishing OMG I read most of it at night and do not recommend that. But actually I do.
      Welcome! You too!

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