Monthly Wrap-Up: November 2017

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Hello Everyone!

Ahh! November has ended already and again I’m 2 books behind!! I had very stressful month because of personal reasons that affected reading and blog as well. Hopefully December will be better with life and blog. We decided a week ago to go back to my hometown for few weeks because of my health issues, so I took flight this morning with few books and laptop, and arrived at my mom’s place in Ahmedabad, Gujarat and I’m going to spend whole December with my parents.

I hope you all had cheerful November and wish you a fabulous December! 🙂


November in reading was like this-

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Book I read and reviewed-

Fantasy:

The King’s Peace by Kevin Hammond

Stars: 4/5

Dark fantasy. First book in Series of The Dark and the White series. This was actually good one, I can’t believe it has only handful of reviews on Goodreads. Only beginning was slow but the rest of the book was creative and gripping.

The Razvak Hunter (Razvak Series #1) by Arel B. Grant

Stars: 5/5

Elfish dark fantasy. Loved world building and great twist and turns specially from climax to end.

Romance:

Paranormal / Romance-

Sleuthing with enemy

Sleuthing with the Enemy (Unnatural Alliances #2) by Danielle Hardgrave

Stars: 3.5/5

This book was interesting, sexy and super fast paced. Cover, Heroine and the Mystery of finding thief cut most of stars. 

Contemporary / Romance-

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Jilted (Discovered by Love #1) by Carla Laureano

Stars: 5/5

Novella. cozy and perfect for beach read. Well written, well developed characters, perfect pace, clean romance and lovely story.

Historical Fiction / Romance-

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A Pearl for My Mistress by Annabel Fielding

Stars: 4/5

Historical and political romance. Book was different and interesting right from writing to concept.

Fiction / Women Fiction / Romance-

31 Miles: Can we ever win against ourselves? by Vinita Bakshi

Stars: 4.5/5

Loved story of Mansa, a happily married woman who actually started living a life in middle age. Brilliantly written with depth of emotion and well described characters.

And a Sixpence for Luck by Lilac Mills #BlogTour #Review #Giveaway @LilacMills @NeverlandBT

Stars: 5/5

Holiday themed, funny and refreshing book with sweet feel good touch. I simply loved this book. This was kind of book you can go blindly and never regret for picking.

Mystery / Thriller:

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Loose Cannon by Jack Steele (A Detective Joe Stone Novel Book 1)

Stars: 4/5

Interesting, loved the way author wrote characters and premises, full of suspense and thrill. I recommend it to all who enjoys gangster and investigation stories.


Short Story Reviews:

Henry Hodges Needs a Friend by Andy Andrews

Saturday Short-Story Review: The Anger Volcano – A Book About Anger for Kids by Amanda Greenslade

Saturday Short Story Review: The Girl Who Said Sorry by Hayoung Yim


Cover Reveal:

#CoverReveal: Grayghost by Tamara Grantham #Giveaway @XpressoTours

#CoverReveal: Widow of Papina by Katie Hamstead @XpressoTours

Cover Reveal: Night of the Victorian Dead by Amber Michelle Cook @shanannigans81

Cover Reveal: Stolen Enchantress by Amber Argyle

Cover Reveal: A Prosecco Christmas by Sylvia Ashby

Book Trailer Reveal: Follow the Snowflakes by Angelina Kerner @shanannigans81


Blitz:

Book Blitz: Rogue by S.A. Stephenson


Awards / Tags:

TAG: This-Is-My-Truth-Now

Book Blogger Test

Disney Princess Sidekicks Book Tag


How was your month in reading? What have you read? Have you read or planning to read any books from this list? Share your thoughts in comment-box below.

Happy Reading! 🙂

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13 thoughts on “Monthly Wrap-Up: November 2017

  1. My goodness! You read quite a few books. And I love your calendar! It’s so… clean. Hee hee! I know that sounds weird, but seeing a schedule that is devoted to just blogging is amazing to me. Is it perhaps part of a bujo (bullet journal) or is it just a calendar? 🙂

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    • Thank you, Melanie! I can’t read more than 8 books a month, if reading month is good without any interruptions I can manage 10.
      It’s just calendar but when I will have enough sheets, I’ll bind them making it journal of blog. That’s what I have thought for now. ☺️

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      • 8 books is an average month?! I’m… just gonna curl up in a corner of shame now. Hahaha! I’m lucky if I finish 3 books a month and ten is more than even my best months. :p That’s so crazy that you can read so much! 😀
        Oh! That’ll be nice. I bought a nice planner thinking I’d use it for blogging and then it became such a hassle filling it out that it’s mostly empty now. *sigh* Kind of sad, but I have to be very choosey with my time and it’s really big so carrying it around with me was difficult. Still love your calendar! I couldn’t decorate mine if I tried. Hee hee!

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