WOW can you believe we’re in November? I’m ready to hibernate, I hate the next few months, particularly the cold, wet, and dark mornings, I’m definitely a summer person, anyway as usual I’m digressing. As it’s the 1st of November it means it’s time for me to choose my
book books of the month, suprise! suprise! yet again I’m torn between two books. I loved both of these books for very different reasons so without further ado here they are in no particular order……
The Murder Of Harriet Monckton by Elizabeth Haynes
I’m a huge fan of Elizabeth Haynes writing and I love a good crime thriller, but until now I’ve always shied away from historical crime fiction I much prefer to read books written in the “here and now”. I’m thrilled that I decided to put my concerns to one side and pick up The Murder Of Harriet Monckton, what a fabulous book it turned out to be. You can read my full review HERE
The Lingering by SJI Holliday
When I pick up a novel I’m always looking for a read that will captivate my imagination, a novel that leaves me breathless, one that will unnerve me and one where I reach the last page I immediately want to read it again, novels that make me feel like this are a rare breed indeed, well up until now that is. I’m not going to beat about the bush I loved The Lingering by SJI Holliday, it was the perfect read for me, I found it to be creepy, and very, very dark. You can read my full review HERE
You can find full reviews here…….
#BookReview: After He Died by Michael J. Malone (@michaelJmalone1) @OrendaBooks #AfterHeDied
#Resin by Ane Riel @AuthorAneRiel @alisonbarrow @TransworldBooks #MustReads
#TheBirthday by Carol Wyer #BookReview @carolewyer @Bookouture
**Blog tour** Lies Between Us by Ronnie Turner #MustReads @Ronnie_Turner @HQDigitalUK
#BlogBlitz One Dark Night by Tom Bale @t0mbale @Bookouture #BookReview
#FatalPromise by Angela Marsons #BookReview @WriteAngie @Bookouture #MustReads
Books I’m hoping to read in November
I only have two more book blog tour book to read and that’s it for this year’s tours, at this point in time I’m even considering giving them up completely in 2019 and concentrating on the books I really want to read. This month I’m hoping to read some fab books that are going to be published in 2019 and I can’t wait to make a start on them.
Absolutely agree on your choice of Harriet Monckton. Brilliant book!
Giving up on blog tours completely is the dream. I’m trying (and failing but there is progress! 😄) and I’ll be rooting for you from the sidelines! You can do this!
I hear you on these horrible months. I’ll be grumpy as hell until Spring 😉
Thanks Eva so far so good on resisting the blog tours, but it’s hard as there are some amazing book blog tours coming up in 2019 x
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The Murder Of Harriet Monckton is on my TBR! Looks like you have some fabulous reads for November. I’m with you, I am also itching to get to some 2019’s!!
2019 is going to be a brilliant year for books, it’s just working out the logistics of fitting them all in 😂
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Look forward to reading your reviews in November, some of those are on my hit list too! x
I keep hearing about The Lingering and I’ve heard nothing but good things about it. Can’t wait to read it!