November & December 2020 TBR // Featuring a Variety of Books

Hello again, my dear readers. As we are nearing the end of this impossibly long (and incredibly short) year, I find myself thinking about my end of the year reading goals. Quantity of books wise, this year has been a bit of a personal failure, I actually cut my reading goal in half (to 200 books) and still won’t be able to meet it. Although a piece of me hates how far behind in my reading I have fallen, a much larger part of is happy with my reading this year. Don’t get me wrong, I wish I had kept reading when school got crazy last spring, but I also feel as though cutting back on the books I read has been necessary. I have learned quite a bit about quality over quantity this year, and in the end I don’t regret it (completely).

All that to say, I have more than a couple books that I hope to read before the end of the year and I thought that it might be fun to share some of them with you all.

*Note, I have not read these books yet and therefore do not know what ages I would recommend them for.

Fable (Fable, #1)

Fable, I have heard many good things about this book. Although I am typically not drawn to adventure stories, this one seemed worth giving a chance. We’ll see how I feel about it after I get more than a few pages in to it.

Before the Ever After

Before the Ever After, while voting in the GoodReads Choice Awards I came across this beauty. I am thrilled to dive into this middle-grade read written in verse.

Before I Called You Mine

Before I Called You Mine, this was an impulse request from the library after seeing that my library had bought a brand new copy. It seems like a sweet story-line and I’ve heard some positive things about it.

The Joy Luck Club

The Joy Luck Club, is my current literature read for school. It is definitely a different type of book than I typically pick up, but so far I am enjoying it.

The Inn at Hidden Run (Tree of Life #1) by Olivia Newport

The Inn at Hidden Run, was one of the books I came across when doing the Scavenger Hunt last year and was reminded of when participating in this fall’s scavenger hunt. It seems to have an interesting story-line and I haven’t read anything by Olivia Newport, so I am looking forward to reading The Inn at Hidden Run.

The American Heiress

I have read some mixed reviews about The American Heiress, but seeing how I love reading about this time period, in moderation, I thought I would give it a chance.

The Love Note

The Love Note, is a book that I have been looking forward to reading for months. As many of you many remember, Joanna Davidson Politano is easily one of my favorite newer authors. I love her quirky and interesting plots and characters. Be watching for a long review of this one.

Fifteen: A Compilation of Poems

Fifteen, is an exciting book that is currently sitting on my shelf and calling my name. I am looking forward to spending some time with it in the near future.

A Promised Land

A Promised Land, Obama’s eagerly awaited memoir is published in just a couple days and I have a copy ordered already. I am looking forward to reading this very much.

Whose Waves These Are

Whose These Waves Are, I can barely contain my excitement and anticipation over this story. My upcoming review of Dykes’ other book may help explain why.

Well, after sharing these books with you all, I just want to forget about school for the next week and just read. (A girl can dream. :))

I would love to hear what’s on your tbr currently. Are any of these books ones you have read or want to read?

Thinking of you all,

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