November: Month in Review + Book of the Month Giveaway

Hey everyone! I hope you’ve had a productive and fun November. Make sure you stick around to the end of the post for a book giveaway you won’t want to miss, one of my top reads of the month. While you’re here, you might want to check out this week’s non-review highlights (Cover Snark and a rant on Instalove), as well as some reviews. 🙂 Comments give me much joy. Just saying.

Books Reviewed in November:
Well, I managed to catch up just slightly on my book challenge, but December will be go-time. Most of my friends are heading to their families for the holidays, which should give me additional free time to get reading accomplished.

16 Young Adult:
Catalyst – Laurie Halse Anderson
The Diviners (The Diviners #1) – Libba Bray
The Unfailing Light (The Katerina Trilogy #2) – Robin Bridges
Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares – Rachel Cohn & David Levithan
Just One Day (Just One Day #1) – Gayle Forman
All You Never Wanted – Adele Griffin
Splintered – A. G. Howard
The Opposite of Hallelujah – Anna Jarzab
A Midsummer’s Nightmare – Kody Keplinger
One Lonely Degree – C. K. Kelly Martin
Meant to Be – Lauren Morrill
Prophecy (Prophecy #1) – Ellen Oh
The Art of Wishing – Lindsay Ribar
Renegade (Elysium Chronicles #1) – J. A. Souders
Daughter of Smoke and Bone (Daughter of Smoke and Bone #1) – Laini Taylor
A Temptation of Angels – Michelle Zink

13 Adult:
Earth Unaware (The First Formic War #1) – Orson Scott Card & Aaron Johnston
Guardians of Stone (Relic Seekers #1) – Anita Clenney (Guest Review)
Lucky Bunny – Jill Dawson
The Angel Esmeralda – Don DeLillo
Austentatious – Alyssa Goodnight
The Confidant – Hélène Grémillon
Flight Behavior – Barbara Kingsolver
Under Wildwood (Wildwood #2) – Colin Meloy
Eyes to See (Jeremiah Hunt #1) – Joseph Nassise
The Corpse Didn’t Kick – Otto Penzler, ed.
All Men of Genius – Lev AC Rosen 
Scent of Magic (Healer #2) – Maria V. Snyder
Red Rain – R.L. Stine

1 Children’s:
The Tower Treasure (The Hardy Boys #1) – Franklin W. Dixon

Book of the Month Giveaway:

This month, I had several powerful reads that I would love to feature. However, I’m only offering up one. Making the choice was difficult, but having just finished this one last night, I cannot resist choosing Just One Day by Gayle Forman. Since this one doesn’t come out until January 8, I will preorder the book for the winner. This giveaway is international. Just fill out THIS FORM with your name and email by December 18 and leave a comment on my review by December 14 at midnight.

13 responses to “November: Month in Review + Book of the Month Giveaway”

  1. Lilian says:

    Just how many more books do you need to read anyway? O_O

    JUST ONE DAY! GIMMIE.

  2. Wow another great reading month for you!!
    Thanks so much for the chance to win One Day. I am super excited for it.

  3. Woohoo! Thanks for the great chance to win! That is A LOT of review!

  4. Awesome month for you 🙂

  5. So many reviews! I am in awe of you and your dedication.

  6. Kat Balcombe says:

    How you get through so many books I’ll never know! My 12 looks pathetic in comparison 😉

    Bring on December!

  7. I just had to stop in and comment to tell you you did SO good this month! 29 books? YOWZA! I am jealous!

    I’m gonna go comment on your review now!

  8. Nori says:

    Wow! So many books! Crazy. I really want to read this book of the month right now!

  9. Another great month for you! Thanks for offering up the Just One Day preorder, I’m so excited for this book!

  10. Aline Tobing says:

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts about this book along with a giveaway! 🙂

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