Wednesday, 30 November 2016

November review

This month has not been a good one for me reading wise. I've been spending too much time hand making lots of Christmas presents and watch too much netflix snuggled up in bed because it is the warmest place in the house now the cold snap has reached the Norfolk Coast. Both of those things meaning I've read barely anything by my standards. I was a little bit naughty at the end of the month starting my Christmas reads a few days before December started.

Books read
  1.  We come apart by Sarah Crossan and Brian Conaghan
  2. Optimists die first by Susin Nielsen
  3. Waking in time by Angie Stanton
  4. Victoria by Daisy Goodwin
  5. The stranger in my home by Adele Parks
  6. Blood for Blood by Ryan Graudin
  7. I'll be home for Chrismas anthology
  8. Christmas at Little Beach Street Bakery by Jenny Colgan

Book of the month

We come apart by Sarah Crossan and Brian Conaghan.





Historically I've not been  a fan of poetry on the whole but there's something about Sarah's writing which made me rethink that after reading One and this collaboration with Brian is most excellent. Be jealous that you all have to wait until February until you can get your hands on it.


December's TBR pile

Mostly all Christmas books for me in December including ones I am very excited for.

Christmas at Cupcake Cafe by Jenny Colgan
Christmas at Rosie Hopkins Sweetshop by Jenny Colgan
The Christmas Surprise by Jenny Colgan
Mistletoe and Murder by Robin Stevens
What light by Jay Asher
Miracle on Regent Street by Ali Harris
The Great Christmas Knit off by Alexandra Brown
Christmas at Lilac Cottage
The Gingerbread Girl by Shelia Newberry
Behind her eyes by Sarah Pinborough
History is all you left me by Adam Silvera
The Fortune Hunter by Daisy Goodwin



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