Monthly Reading Wrap-up: November 2016

Hello Readers,

Today I’m posting my November reading wrap-up because on Friday I had other booky things to talk about, and if you missed it, you can read it here.  Some of the book specials mentioned, end today (Cyber Monday). So check it out if you missed it!

The Advent Calendar of Books is coming up, starting December 1st also.

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This month, I read seven books total, and started two others, but they had to be returned to the library: One Nation: What We Can All Do to Save America’s Future by Ben Carson and Unstuffed: Decluttering Your Home, Mind & Soul by Ruth Soukup. I will probably get back to these in January.

Finished books for November:

Petticoat Detective by Margaret Brownley (new to me author) 

Miss Dimple & the Slightly Bewildered Angel by Mignon Ballard

Secrets by Kristen Heitzmann (new to me author)

Turkey Day Murder by Leslie Meier (new to me author, and November library book club pick)

How to Market a Book by Joanna Penn

The Secrets of Wishtide by Kate Saunders (new to me author and a new series)

The Fixer by Joseph Finder (new to me author and the best book this month; I read it in about 6-7 hours)Product Details

Now, it’s on to Christmas stories which I love reading this time of year!

Do you like reading Christmas stories? Do you have a favorite? Share with us!

Happy reading!

~~Michelle

 

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9 thoughts on “Monthly Reading Wrap-up: November 2016

  1. At the moment I am reading A Snow Garden & Other Stories by Rachel Joyce. It is a book of Christmas stories that are linked and so far I am enjoying it very much. I have read two of her other books, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, and The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy, two of my very favourite books.

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  2. Love Christmas books! Last year just before Christmas I read Anne Perry’s Christmas stories (I think there was about 13 of them. This year I am reading Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas stories, I believe there are about 15 short novels, and they nice little stories. Debbie Macomber has some lovely Christmas novels too I can’t decide, I guess that is what happens when you work in a library haha

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    • I do too! I’ve read several of Anne Perry’s and Debbie Macomber’s, and a few of Richard Paul Evan’s, and will read more of them this year. I’ve already met my Goodreads goal for this year, but I’ll keep reading! 🙂

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  3. I like most Christmas books; however, I’ve been reading Shanna Hatfield’s Christmas series and they’re a lot of fun! I’m also reading the Silver Bells & Stetsons collection and just started The Christmas Joy Ride.

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