Welcome back to another blog post and actually the 3rd blog post of November already! Everyone says this, but 2019 has completely run away from me what with the beginning of the year going by in a haze of studying and exams, a crazy summer filled with prepping for college, which has had me on my toes every since! Within all that, I haven’t had a lot of time to read and when I have had time I’ve just been too knackered, so unfortunately, this TBR is going to be fairly similar to my October TBR since I only finished one book on that list. I managed to finish the photography book I took out from the library because that one had a date to be back, but I didn’t get anything else read because I spent a lot of time being ill and stressed in October, but hopefully November will be better!
Caraval Trilogy by Stephanie Garber
This is seemingly eerily familiar since these 3 books have been on my TBR for about 3-4 months now and I am still on the first one! It’s not because I’m not enjoying them because I am! I am actually LOVING Caraval and it is the first book in a while that has made me get really excited and desperate to read it, but I just haven’t been in the head space for it lately. I did finally sit down and read a good chunk of it yesterday (as I’m writing this) though, which made me remember just how much I’m enjoying it, so I suspect it will be finished well before you read this. I’m hoping I can pull my act together a bit and get the rest of the trilogy read as well because I have a lot of books still left to read before the end of the year and I want to get to as many as possible!
How to be Autistic by
I hauled this book a few months ago and I’ve been desperate to read it, so I’m going to try and pick it up in November. If you didn’t know, I’m actually Autistic, which means I think a little differently and struggle in social situations quite a lot and this book is written by another Autistic girl for people with Autism, so I’m really excited to read it and get some advice and insight from an actual adult who is adulting well with Autism rather than just being told what I should do by ‘normal’ people.
Harry Potter by J.K.Rowling
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while then you might be wondering why I have put Harry Potter on this list since I only just re-read it a few months ago, but I’ve just been really craving a re-read recently and I feel like I didn’t get to thoroughly enjoy my re-read in the summer since I was analysing it and taking notes for my book vs movies series, which i recommend you give a read if you love Harry Potter as much as I do 😉 Book vs Movie: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone I haven’t specified exactly which HP books I’ll be reading because I don’t know how many I’ll get to before the month is up, but you can rest-assured that I will be starting my fifth read of Harry Potter within the next few weeks!
And that’s it! Those are the books I want to get read this month, so wish me luck and hopefully my slump is truely over now and I can get into more of a routine with reading despite all the work I have to do for college. What are you planning on reading this month? I’d love to know, so leave me a comment down below or come and chat to me over and my Instagram: @theoriginalbookdragon
Goodbye for now!
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