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The Month That Was… November 2015
monthly round-up

The Month That Was… November 2015

+ International Giveaway

I have read so many books with blue covers this year! I’m sort of veering into red cover territory now but it’s odd how you start to see these trends. As always, I’m reading riight up until the end of the year so my best books of 2015 list won’t be up until New Year’s Eve. I’m really looking forward to reading some festive books this month and I’ll be reading Meatspace for #DiverseDecember.

I’ve doing a book a day recommendation for advent on Twitter, check out #BooksYouShouldAskSantaFor and feel free to join in.

Want to win one of the books I’ve reviewed in November? Keep scrolling to the bottom to enter the giveaway. It’s open internationally and you don’t have to follow to enter (but I do check extra entries, so no cheating). If you’re tweeting about the giveaway, make sure you link to this page and not a Rafflecopter or email page. The book you’ll receive will be a nice shiny new copy ordered from Wordery or another UK retailer.

Here’s what made it onto the blog…

Book of the Month:
Carrying Albert Home by Homer Hickam


Currently reading:

Truthwitch by Susan Dennard

Blogged about:

The first Illumicrate has landed!
Incoming! (8th Nov)

Now enter the giveaway:

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  1. Mia

    Nice giveaway Ellie, thanks! Definitely a few books there I wouldn't mind reading πŸ™‚

  2. heather

    I didn't know that #diverseDecember was a thing. I'm going to check it out. Thanks!

  3. Linda Hill

    I'm reading Carrying Albert Home in a couple of books' time. I'd love to win any of the others so thanks for the chance to enter.

  4. Beadyjan

    Lovely selection and some great reviews

  5. Ciska

    That are some interesting looking books. Am enjoying the #BooksYouShouldAskSantaFor hashtag.

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