Looking back on November, looking forward to December

Wow has it been a long time since I did one of these posts.

As at the end of November, I’ve read 32 books in 2014. I was aiming for 100 when I started the year, which is obviously ludicrous, but I’d be pleased to make it to 40 by the end of the year. That feels like a good number.

In November, I read 4 books:

Anne’s House of Dreams – L. M. Montgomery – a much-loved re-read

The Racketeer – John Grisham – review

Cocaine Blues and Flying Too High – Kerry Greenwood – reviews coming in the next few days.

I wrote about my winter TBR the other day, but specifically in December, I am hoping to read:

Some Alcott for Advent with Alcott...

The Girlfriend’s Guide to Pregnancy

The Stud Book by Monica Drake.

We’re not really sure what we’re going to do for Christmas yet, so I may have a few long train rides, very short plane trips, or just restful afternoons at home to get through a fair bit of reading!





4 thoughts on “Looking back on November, looking forward to December

  1. Cathy746books 4 December 2014 at 8:59 pm Reply

    I kind of hoped for 100 this year too, but I was being daft! I’ve made it to 52, one a week so not bad 😉

  2. themisanthropologist 4 December 2014 at 11:06 pm Reply

    Long train rides, short plane rides, and restful afternoons are always the best times to be reading! Happy Holidays!

    • readingwithtea 5 December 2014 at 12:53 pm Reply

      Thanks! Long train rides are the best for reading. There’s something about the motion of a train that is very conducive to settling in with a book.

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