November 2022 TBR
Ok. It is time. I have been working on this TBR for weeks. I'm excited to get it in print and make it official.
The Christie Affair by Nina De Gramont - After reading The Mystery of Mrs. Christie in October, we decided to read this account of the same event from the perspective of Mr. Christie's girlfriend.
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How to Think: A Survival Guide For A World At Odds by Alan Jacobs - I've had this on my shelf for ages and it's time to get it done. Also, it's short.
Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert - This is another one that has been a shelf-sitter for far too long. I feel like it will fly by once I get started.
READ HARDER CHALLENGE
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab - This challenge was to read a book chosen by a friend with different reading tastes than mine. I tracked down a girl at my church who I know reads a lot. She checked out my Goodreads shelf, and chose this one. What fun!
A Snake Falls to Earth by Darcie Little Badger - The challenge here was to read a book where the main character is Asexual or Aromantic. I found this on a list of books with asexual main characters. It especially works for me because I need to read this to do a video on it for the library.
Five Survive by Holly Jackson - This is the one I moved from October so I could work in that other book that was going to expire first. This one expires November 29.
Dickens and Prince: A Particular Kind of Genius by Nick Hornby - I love Hornby's fiction, and I can't wait to dive into this look at the link between Charles Dickens and Prince. It's most likely going to be hilarious.
NONFICTION - Dickens and Prince by Nick Hornby
FICTION - Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert
HISTORICAL FICTION - The Christie Affair by Nina DeGramont
BOOK OF THE MONTH - The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab
YOUNG ADULT - Five Survive by Holly Jackson
Reading Jane Austen by Jenny Davidson - This is a nice, short book that is sitting on my Austen shelf that I can hopefully read quickly.
BOOKS AND READING
Dear Fahrenheit 451: Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks by Annie Spence - This book is a nice 244 pages. Do you sense a trend with this list?
Kill the Farm Boy by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne - This is meant to be a hilarious fantasy sendup of The Princess Bride.
Auntie Poldi and the Sicilian Lions by Mario Giordano - And we're going to end it up with this cozy mystery with a lady of a certain age retiring to Sicily.
That's it. Eleven books. It's doable right? Anything look good to you?