November TBR

Happy November!

So… I know I haven’t posted in a while because of my hiatus. To those of you who weren’t aware I was on a hiatus (because you missed the post where that was included or something like that)—sorry about that.

Forgiveses? Here’s an adorable kitten as compensation.

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Me too.

Now, I don’t mean to be a let-down, but my hiatus technically isn’t over yet. I still need to focus on my schoolwork (or else the mountain of it will start growing again).

I just spontaneously decided to post something today (yeah, you’ll see a lot of that here). (Or maybe because it’s been a rough day and it’s finally over, so in my relief I’ve decided to post.)


However, I’m hoping (key word is “hope” heh) to post once every two weeks so there’s at least a bit of continuity. I’ll most likely be posting Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.

Anyway. Let’s get to my TBR, shall we?

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1. The Intuitionist by Colson Whitehead


Full disclosure: I’m reading this book for school. This definitely isn’t something I would have normally picked up. However, I’m fairly certain this is somewhat of a mystery, so perhaps I’ll enjoy it.


(Because I’ve read around 30 pages so far and I’ve been dreadfully bored, so…)

Hopefully it’ll get better. (I won’t give up—not yet.)

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2. The Puzzler’s Mansion by Eric Berlin


I’m in the mood for some middle grade. They’re usually fun, easy-to-read, and shorter (which is something I need right now—gosh I couldn’t a read book about heavy topics with the stressed state I’m in right now; I’d probably go half mad).

Plus: Puzzles! Mystery! Mansions! OoH.

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3. London Belongs to Me by Jacquelyn Middleton


I’ve seen this book everywhere around booktube and the blogosphere and many reviews have spoken well of it, so here I am! Plus, a lighter book will be a nice break. And. Obviously.


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My TBR’s short because (as I’m mentioned before—so many times that you’re probably sick of hearing it) I don’t have time.

However, I’m hopeful because Thanksgiving’s coming up (I’ll definitely be posting then—be ready for a Thanksgiving-themed post!), so maybe I’ll have a bit more time to read.

Therefore, how about we say the fourth book on my TBR will be anything? A bonus book, perhaps?


That’s it for this post. Thanks for reading! 👋

What are YOU reading this month?