November 2022 Reading Wrap Up
On this last day of November, are you reminiscing about your reading month?
Here’s my November 2022 Reading Wrap Up.
November was a productive reading month! Out of the 12 books completed, I had four 5-star reads, seven 4-star reads (ranging from 3.5-4.5), and one 3-star read. I had one DNF.
Because I participated in Novellas in November, I read four novellas which were all rated 5 Stars.
My most memorable full-length read this month is The Next Ship Home by Heather Webb, poignant and page-turning historical fiction (Ellis Island). (review coming soon)
Did we read any of the same books?
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5 Stars. (ARC) Novella. Literary Fiction (#3 in the Harold Fry Trilogy). Character-driven, poignant, and reflective. My brief review of Maureen included in this post.
5 Stars. (ARC) Novella. Character-driven literary fiction. My brief review of Foster included in this post.
5 Stars. Novella. Contemporary Literary fiction. Heartwarming and poignant. My brief review of Small Things included in this post.
5 Stars. Novella. Historical/Time Slip Fiction. Page-turning. (Free on Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime today!) My brief review of Signal Moon included in this post.
4.5-5 Stars. Engaging and Page-turning Historical Fiction. Ellis Island. Review coming soon.
4 Stars. (ARC) Historical WW11 Fiction. Intense. Review coming soon.
4 Stars. (ARC) Contemporary Women’s Fiction. An engaging story from a dependable author. Review coming soon
4 Stars. Contemporary Women’s Fiction. A lovely story. (99 cents on Kindle today!) Review coming soon.
4 Stars. Historical Women’s Fiction. Chaste Romance. A heartwarming story. ($1.99 on Kindle today!) Review coming soon.
3.5-4 Stars. (ARC) Contemporary Women’s Fiction. Women supporting women. Review coming soon.
4 Stars. Contemporary Women’s Fiction. Amish. Review coming soon.
3 Stars. Nonfiction. Memoir/Humorous Essays. Underwhelmed. Review coming soon
(I think I’ve set a record for DNFing popular books this year!)
A Psalm For the Wild Built. Underwhelmed.
November 2022 Reading Wrap Up QOTD:
What was your favorite November read?
Did we read any of the same books?
Which of these books is on your TBR?
November Blog Posts:
New To My Nonfiction TBR
Novellas in November Wrap Up
The Sisters of Sea View Review
Death on a Winter Stroll Excerpt
TTT: 10 Discussable Books For Your Bookclub
Stories With Christmas Settings
The Winners Review
TTT: 10 Favorite Books With “Awww” Endings
Nonfiction That Reads Like Fiction
[Reblog] #R3COMM3ND3D2022 (3 of my best book recs)
Nonfiction/Fiction Book Pairings
A Rover’s Story Review
The Woman They Could Not Silence Review
My Year in Nonfiction 2022
An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth Review
Happy Reading Book Buddies!
“Ah, how good it is to be among people who are reading.”
~Rainer Maria Rilke
“I love the world of words, where life and literature connect.”
~Denise J Hughes
“Reading good books ruins you for enjoying bad ones.”
~Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
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~Madeleine Riley, Top Shelf Text
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