November 2018 TBR

I can repeat once again that I can’t believe another month is over, but I guess that line is getting old. 😉 November though? Only two more months and we’ll be writing 2019 everywhere… My October TBR was pretty successful overall with eight out of ten titles read. I still want to read the other two, but they will have to wait until I have more time I guess.

>>> Find a complete list of my TBR on Goodreads <<<

I’m trying to get rid of most of my 2018 NG ARCs early so I can spend the last month of 2018 mostly reading my own books… But since I always like reading as many of the nominated Goodreads Choice Awards books each year, I’m sure I’ll end up reading more of those instead of ARCs. xD And YES, I’m finally going to brave reading Outlander, although I’m not sure if I’ll get to it before the end of the month. It’s taken me years already, so I guess a little while longer doesn’t do any damage. 😉

# TBR #

  • The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor (288 pages)
  • Educated by Tara Westover (352 pages)
  • The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah (435 pages)
  • The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas (384 pages)
  • Heresy by Melissa Lenhardt (384 pages) NETGALLEY

  • Not A Clue by Chloe Delaume (276 pages) NETGALLEY
  • A Spark Of Light by Jodi Picoult (352 pages)
  • Cold Dark Places by Kylie Brant (350 pages) NETGALLEY
  • Every Note Played by Lisa Genova (307 pages)
  • Babel by Gaston Dorren (320 pages) NETGALLEY

  • Last Lullaby by Carol Wyer (? pages) NETGALLEY
  • The Liar’s Wife by Samantha Hayes (361 pages) NETGALLEY
  • Her Final Confession by Lisa Regan (? pages) NETGALLEY
  • The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendriks & Sarah Pekkanen (346 pages)
  • Outlander by Diana Gabaldon (866 pages)

Have you read any of these and/or do you recommend them?


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22 thoughts on “November 2018 TBR

    • I’m looking forward to start The Chalkman! And I really like the idea of reading more of my backlist books, but I still have a pile of ARCs as well so fingers crossed. I hope you will be able to read at least a few of your own titles as well. 🙂

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    • Well, you know what they say about having too many ARCs and not being able to read other titles instead… 😉 Fingers crossed we will be able to read more of our own books next month!

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  1. You always do well with your TBR’s! I really loved The Great Alone and liked Chalk Man. I have tried Outlander 3 times and still haven’t gotten very far. I think it’s one of those things that just isn’t for me. I wish it were, though!

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    • I’m really looking forward to both The Chalk Man and The Great Alone! I’m not sure about Outlander either, because I’ve tried it before as well and couldn’t get into it. It might be a story that just isn’t for me either. I really want to try though, because I’ve been wanting to watch the TV series for a while now.

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  2. Ooh I loved Chalk Man (voted for it too) and Educated (audio). I’m wondering about The Cheerleader, haven’t read that one. I like the idea of reading all the nominated books.The Wife Between Us was also a goodie.

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    • I’m looking forward to The Cheerleaders! And I’m actually hesitant to pick up the Outlander as my first try wasn’t really a success, but fingers crossed things go better this time around.

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  3. This is my favorite TBR list (for you…lol) to date!
    My three favorites you have listed are The Chalk Man, Educated, and The Great Alone. The Great Alone will be on my top ten favs this year for sure. Really looking forward to your thoughts on lots of these books!!
    Happy Reading!

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    • I managed to finish The Chalk Man today already and it was excellent! I’m looking forward to the other two. It will be great finally catching up on some of the 2018 releases I’ve been meaning to read.

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