Literary Life: November in Review

December, the month of food and festiveness (and shininess – possibly the most important part). While I don’t miss November, I don’t really remember experiencing it either. So although I know I should be skipping the Christmas dance now, I feel a little out of kilter.

I want to curl up with a book, but alas, I won’t be able to do that properly till Christmas. Instead, I’ll cheer myself up by buying a Christmas party dress – shopping makes everything better (apart from debt, it definitely makes debt worse).

Currently Reading:

Fates and Furiesย by Lauren Groff

Unfinished:

SO MANY THINGS

I’ve Read:

  1. My Sister’s Secret by Tracy Buchanan
  2. A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin
  3. Spectacles by Sue Perkins
  4. Medea and Other Plays by Euripides
  5. Wallis by Anne Edwards
  6. I Call Myself A Feminist ed. by Victoria Pepe

How was your literary November? What was the best book you read?

11 thoughts on “Literary Life: November in Review

  1. December is definitely the month of food and festiveness…but don’t tempt me with a new dress! My favourite read of November has to be the gothic Jamaica Inn by Daphne du Maurier – perfect for this time of year. Happy reading in December ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. I wish in some ways that I could remember not experiencing November as a coworker passed away unexpectedly. However, despite that, and actually in a roundabout way because of that, I was able to have a good reading month, with my favorite read of the month probably being The Crossing by Michael Connelly. I probably won’t be curling up with a book until around Christmas either with the way things are going.

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  2. Have you gotten the party dress yet? Are you going to post a picture of the dress you end up buying? I love seeing new dresses! I have way too many clothes right now and have imposed a moratorium on buying new dresses, but God I love buying new dresses. And a Christmas party dress would be especially great because RED. I look GREAT in red. Pls let me live vicariously through you.

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