November TBR

November TBR

Here we are again. I got carried away with the Rhiriya Chronicles and Revelations books. I’ve read 3, leaving only 2 left in the series, even though only one was on my TBR. There are several books I still haven’t picked up, and now we are getting into NaNoWriMo. There is also a TomeTopple readathon this month, so I’m only picking 4 books leaving room for some tomes later.

Since November is NaNoWriMo, I’m trying to choose books related to writing, or started as NaNoWriMo projects. As an example, the first 3 books of the Lunar Chronicles started as a NaNoWriMo project. I’ve already read them though, so I would choose a different book. I’ve also added links this round which will take you to the Goodreads page for the books on my tbr for this month.

First Prompt:
Self Published

I’m going with a book which has interested me for a while but I just haven’t picked up to read. It is available as a Kindle Unlimited book and I’ve had on my Unlimited shelf for several months now. I am finally picking up Heart of a Huntsman, by Liam Reese.

Second Prompt:
Predict a favorite

I tried reading Hour of Mischief back in July for the Bookie Trials, but switched it out at the last second. I don’t remember why exactly, but it wasn’t because I didn’t want to read this anymore. Here we go again, trying to read it this time for November. Bonus, it’s only 224 pages according to it’s Goodreads posting.

Third Prompt:
New to me author

Technically, either of the previous 2 books would work for this prompt as well. Since I need to pick a 3rd though, I’m going with Orson by David Delaney. I shouldn’t have any trouble getting to this one, since I have it in audiobook format.

Fourth Prompt:
Writing Book

This author I stumbled across on YouTube a while back. Then he took the writing advice he had given in his YouTube videos and put it in a book. On writing and Worldbuilding Volume 1 I expect to be a great help to me based on his YouTube videos.

Well, let’s see how well this month goes shall we? I’m not expecting to get through all of these since I will be trying to write 50,000 words, but we shall see. If I give up again because I don’t feel it’s happening and I’m struggling, then I’ll probably pick up a few more of these than I would have.

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