MONTHLY WRAP-UP | NOVEMBER 2015

november 2015
 

Well, another month has come and gone! Here in Canada that means the weather is getting chilly and Christmas is, well, pretty much everywhere. I’m a fan of Christmas, though, so no complaints here!

I haven’t been reading my usual variety of books lately, but I have gotten through a fair number of cozy mysteries – a genre I recently discovered fills my cravings for easy reading. My current fave is the Agatha Raisin series by M.C. Beaton, about a retired PR exec who moves to the Cotswolds (an area in the English countryside) and ends up embroiled in solving various local murders. She’s spunky and nosey and exactly the type of character I needed right now.

Books I read in November:

Favourite book of the month:

Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda - Becky AlbertalliSimon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda – Becky Albertalli

I didn’t write a lot of posts in the past month (I’ll be writing a post about why there were so few post in the next week or so), so I’m skipping my usual link-up. Which means that’s basically it for me!

What about you guys? Read any great books in November? Share in the comments!

2 thoughts on “MONTHLY WRAP-UP | NOVEMBER 2015

  1. Lindsay

    I’m glad you enjoyed “Simon vs. the Homo Sapien’s Agenda.” I hadn’t planned to read it, but after I saw it on the Goodreads best-of-the-year nominees, I read the description again and decided it’d be worth a try. I added it to my to-read, but when I’ll get to it remains to be seen!

    I’ve also considered giving M.C. Beaton a try, though I feel like I haven’t been very into cozy mysteries the past couple years. But maybe I’ll check out Agatha next time I need something light! 🙂

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