Happy November! After a bit of a weird on-again, off-again relationship with blogging and Bookstagram, I’m hoping that I can get back to posting consistently this month. So, to start the month off on the right foot, today, I’m posting my November TBR for the TBR Tackle Challenge.
The TBR Tackle Challenge is a monthly reading challenge that I co-host with the very lovely from.TBR.to.READ and theartsy_bookworm88 over on Instagram, and the goal is to tackle your TBR and read books you own. If you want to join the challenge, check us out on Instagram for all the details! We’re also on Twitter now, and we would love it if you could give us a follow!
Here’s what I’m hoping to read for the November prompts!
Grey Cover – Tunnel of Bones by Victoria Schwab – I had a difficult time finding an unread book with a grey cover on my shelves for this prompt. After doing a bit of searching, I decided that the skulls on this cover are grey enough to use for this prompt. I’m looking forward to starting this book soon because I finished reading City of Ghosts last night, and I’m trying to be better at reading series in a timely manner.
Favourite Genre – The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling – Romance is my favourite genre, and I am so excited to read this book. I was hoping to read it before Halloween but sadly didn’t get around to it. Fortunately, the book club that I’m in picked this for our November book of the month, and I hope it lives up to the hype.
Book Award on the Cover – The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune – This book does not have an award on the cover, but my copy does say “A USA Today Bestseller” on it, and even though that isn’t an award, I’m going to stretch this prompt to make it work. That’s the nice thing about coming up with the prompts; I can stretch them and interpret them as loosely as I need to.
Dual Timelines – The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon – This is the November book of the month for the book club that I host with a few of my friends. I read this book a few years ago, but I barely remember anything from it, so I’m looking forward to reading it again.
Title Starts with “N” – 99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne – This pick is also a bit of a stretch, but technically “99” starts with the letter “N,” so it fits the prompt. This book has been sitting unread on my shelf since I read The Hating Game a few years ago, and I think it’s time that I finally give it a try. I’m a bit nervous about it because I’ve seen mixed reviews, but I’m going to go into it with an open mind and try not to compare it to the author’s other books.
How about you? What’s on your November TBR?