Book, TBR

November 2017 ~ TBR

I have a feeling that I’m about to get bombarded with library requests coming in – why are they like buses?! So this TBR may go out the window but with a long weekend in a cottage, I’m hoping for blankets, a fire, no phone signal and crappy internet
Everything I know about Love – I had this all pre-ordered ready for its release in February so it made me day (genuinely no exaggeration there) when my NetGalley request for this was approved.  I’m already about a third of the way through and enjoying this so far.
Not Working – This has been on my TBR since Lisa Owens was on Emma Gannon’s podcast earlier this year, I’m hoping for some light comedy to read on my weekend away.
The Silkworm – Second in the Rober Galbraith series, I wasnt to strike while the iron is hot and carry on with the series while I’m still excited about the first one.
The Grest Gatsby – The RFP Goodreads group classic read for November/December, I love it when these picks overlap with things that are already sat unread on my kindle.
Stories we tell ourselves – another Netgalley request, from what I’ve read in the summary this is about a family pulling trying to pull together to have a ‘normal’ Christmas, so I’m hoping for a lot of focus on family/marriage dynamics and relationships.
Catch-22 – Tome Topple returns from 17th – 30th November and I’m planning on joining in by reading Catch-22. For those unfamilar, Tome Topple is a readathon dedicated to longer tomes, more specifically tomes over 500 pages, my copy of Catch-22 is something like 530 pages and I can see it being one that sits unread for a long time unless I use something like this to motivate me to pick it up.

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