Sunday, November 30, 2014

November 2014 Wrap Up

The time has finally come for us to say goodbye to November and hello to December. It's crazy; it seems like it was only just January, and now we're so close to the end of 2014. But time flies, and we're edging closer and closer to my favorite holiday.

I really wish that November would have been a better reading month for me. Unfortunately, I got sick a few times, and ended up in the ER. I also found myself reading a really boring book, so that really took away from the other books that I wanted to read this month.

Books I Read in November:

  • Zodiac by Romina Russell - I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this title, and let me tell you... I loved it. I hope that every single one of you decides to pick this book up when it comes out on December 9. If you haven't already, feel free to read my review.
  • Losing It by Cora Carmack - I decided to try New Adult, and this book just wasn't for me. A full review for this book can be found here 
  • Atlantia by Ally Condie - This is the book that took the longest for me to read. It was just so boring! My review will explain things a little better.
  • Positively Beautiful by Wendy Mills - I was able to read an ARC of this book because of On the Same Page ARC Tours. This upcoming YA title won't be released until March. I'll be posting a review for it closer to the release date, but I can tell you that I enjoyed the book.

Books I'd Like to Read in December:

Right now, I'm in the middle of a book called The Divorce Papers. I'm not really enjoying how it's written, and it's probably going to be a DNF. I know I'd like to read some Christmas books this year, and I'm hoping to read Skipping Christmas and Dash & Lily's Book of Dares. I'd also like to read the Burn for Burn series before the year is over. I know it seems like a lot of books, but I've read more than that in one month in the past.


  1. I've always wanted to read the Burn for Burn series. I don't have a big love for contemporary but it seems that book just appeals to me so much. My goal for the month of November is to finish what's out in the Throne of Glass series. Hope you had a wonderful November and here's to a great December!

    Alex @ The Book's Buzz

    1. I keep seeing people say that they are contemporary but with paranormal elements. I haven't started it yet because I decided to read Dash & Lily's Book of Dares first.

      I haven't jumped on the Throne of Glass bandwagon yet, but I know they are intensely popular. There was an ARC war over the summer. lol

      I hop you have a great December too, Alex!

    2. I read your review earlier, and I think it convinced me to read them. I still have some other fantasy series that I want to start first, but I'm going to read it. :)

  2. I hope you are feeling much better now!
    Happy December reading!

    1. Thanks, Freda! I'm feeling so much better now - just got the cough, but I'm used to having a lingering one.

      I hope December treats you well! :)


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