Sunday, 2 December 2018

The Month That Was... November 2018

+ International Giveaway

Are you feeling the festive spirit yet? The last few days has started to feel very Christmassy and I'm nearly done with my present shopping already. Woop! I have been a bit slack on blog stuff though, only doing about half the Nonfiction November prompts and I still have a pile of reviews to catch up on. At least I have half of December off work, so hopefully I can start next year all caught up.

I've not much bookstagram stuff either so I'll just leave you with a photo of Scully surrounded by autumn colour. I got a new phone this month too, I'm loving the photos from it but it did mean moving from iOS to Android, so I'm still having to learn where everything is.


Here's what made it onto the blog...

Book of the Month:
East of Croydon by Sue Perkins

Reviews:




Read and awaiting review:

My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite
Lifel1k3 by Jay Kristoff
Talking to My Daughter About the Economy by Yanis Varoufakis
In Miniature by Simon Garfield
Empire of Booze by Henry Jeffreys

Currently reading:

The Light Between Worlds by Laura E. Weymouth
Semiosis by Sue Burke

Blogged about...

If you liked this novel, try this non-fiction!
#NonFicNov Wrap-Up
Popsugar Reading Challenge 2019
Around the Year in 52 Books Challenge

Now enter the giveaway...

Want to win one of the 9 books pictured above? Just enter via the Rafflecopter below, you don't even need to follow me. It is open internationally to countries that Wordery or The Book Depository ship to and there are extra entries for sharing, etc. Your details are held by Rafflecopter and will only be used by me to contact you if you win.

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3 comments:

  1. Scully is adorable! I think I'd most like to win Washington Black, I'm intrigued. Thanks for the giveaway­čśü

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  2. I adore Sue Perkins (although I'm not crazy about baking shows), and watched her series about the Ganges, so the Perkins book must be cool. But I very much want to read the Invisible Library series, so I commented here:

    http://www.curiositykilledthebookworm.net/2018/11/the-mortal-word.html?showComment=1543792733751#c955603264470976879

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