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November 1, 2017

Monthly TBR // November, 2017.


Heeeello, everyone!

Today I wanted to share my TBR with you guys. November is always a weird moth for me reading wise because I never know what to read. Every year I get really focused on my Reading Challenge and trying to not fall behind, so I try reading smaller books. I'm also not yet ready to commit to Christmas books or cute YA summer reads (I live in Brazil, so we're going into summer here).. I'm here kinda in a reading limbo you could say. 

So, I thought I would just try getting through my half-read books. The books I started out strong and super excited about, but that along the way I just lost interest for some reason. I want to get this books out of the way in November so I can focus on Christmas book throughout the Holiday season. Even though this books are half-read, it doesn't mean they were bad or anything. It just means that I wasn't interesting in reading them in that particular moment. Hopefully I enjoy all of them!
Lara Lamont's Life In Pictures - Emma Straub // I bought this book last year at the Dollar Three and I still haven't read it. This is not the oldest book on my shelf, but one of my Bookish Resolutions for 2017 was to read all of my physical books - I don't own a lot of them, I do most of my reading on my Kindle - so I decided to go with this one for November. I'm not gonna lie, the price had a lot to do with why I bought this in the first place, but the cover is super cute and the title sounds interesting. I have very low expectations, so fingers crossed! 

So Near The Horizon - Jessica Koch // Jessica was kinda enough to reach out to me and ask if I wanted to review her book. After reading the reviews on GoodReads I was like, heck yeah I want to review that book too! A lot of people really enjoyed it, so I'expecting great things. I know it touches on some very serious topics and it's loosely based on the author's own experiences, which makes me even more excited to read it.   

A World Without You - Beth Revis // I've been trying to read this book for awhile now. It's not like it's a bad book, it's just that other books have come into my life that I'm more excited about than this one. I should have know from the title, but this book is not a fluffy YA read. It deals with suicide and depression and I just wasn't feeling reading about such dark topics. I really want to finish it this month because I'm saving all my holiday books for December. 

The Female Of The Species - Mindy McGinnis // Another one I've been trying to get to for awhile. I picked it up initially because a booktuber said this was one of her favorite 2016 reads.. The cover was interest so I decided to give it a try. I'm enjoying it, but it's definitely not a favorite so far. I don't know how to explain it, but it has this weird vibe to it. It was has multiple perspective which you guys know I'm not a big fan of, but I'm determined to finish this in November. 

That's it, guys! Those are all the books I'm planning on reading this month. If you've been following me for awhile, you know this is a pretty small TBR for me, but I don't want to overwhelm myself with books. I know I have a reading challenge to complete, but books and reading are supposed to be a fun part of my life, not added stress. Let me know on the comments what you guys are reading this month, I'd love to know. 


Which books are you planning on reading this month?!

Let's hang some more!

Thanks so much for reading and come back soon! 

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