November Wrap-Up

Another month came and went! November wasn’t the best month of the year, was it? A certain election shook the world. My reading and blogging slump was real. Despite not working full-time anymore, I couldn’t achieve much because I couldn’t concentrate on anything. However, it wasn’t all bad. I celebrated my birthday! Well… I was actually sick on my birthday and had to spend it in bed, but I celebrated a bit anyway. And then the Gilmore Girls revival came, which I was so excited about, but it sort of disappointed me. Overall, November kinda sucked, but that’s okay! Ups and downs, right? December holds promise ❄☃🌲



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  • A Deadly Affection was a slow-paced medical mystery with 1907’s New York as a backdrop, along with guilt, discrimination against women in science, and the beginnings of psychotherapy as some of its most intriguing themes.
  • Nevernight was the first part of Mia’s tale, an assassin in training. With a complex world-building that really came to life with its unique narration, the story ended-up really captivating me and I can’t wait for the second book to come out!







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  • Celebrating the Little Things Tag| A tag giving little shout-outs to the lovely people who have followed, liked, or supported my blog since I started. It’s a pretty nice and easy tag to do, so check it out if you’re looking for one like that!




How did November go for you? Are you planning Holiday reads for this December?

19 thoughts on “November Wrap-Up

  1. Hmm I might have to check out A Deadly Affection. I’m a psychology major and I love exploring the history of the field. Plus the mystery aspect of it sounds pretty appealing.

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  2. I super enjoyed Nevernight, I’m glad you liked it too! I also only read two books this month too, but I’m hoping for a better December with it being Christmas break soon.

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  3. November wasn’t a great month for me either The Gilmore Girls revival was very disappointing. And I was also in a blogging and reading slump. Let’s hope December is a better month for both of us. ☃️🎄🙂

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    1. I’m glad you had a good month 🙂 And it doesn’t matter if you only wrote a sentence, I don’t think you failed NaNoWriMo 😉 Just having an idea is something! I wanted to participate, but I didn’t have enough time and my idea was very raw. Hopefully next year though!


  4. So glad you enjoyed Nevernight! It’s definitely one of my favorite reads of the year 🙂 Sorry you were disappointed with Gilmore Girls! I did enjoy it, mostly because I was happy to just get more of them, but I do understand that some of the choices that were made in terms of the characters and their development were just not consistent or did not make a lot of sense.

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