Weekly Reads: November 19th


How is it Thanksgiving week already?? I’m majorly stressing, as we’re in charge of hosting dinner this year. I’ve made Thanksgiving dinner a few times before, but not for both my parents and my in-laws. My husband and I spent the whole weekend shopping and getting the house ready…curse you Fall leaves that look so beautiful in photos, but are a monster to rake! My arms hurt so much today it’s ridiculous!

I’ve come to terms that November won’t be a hit it out of the park month of reading for me and while I don’t love it, I’m dealing with it. I wanted to read a lot more, but it just hasn’t been possible.

This week I’m planning to read…

img_9090This stack looks familiar, right? I wasn’t able to get through much last week, so we’ve got some books carrying over into this week’s lineup.

For starters, I’m carrying on my audiobook selection of CIRCE. I really find this story captivating, but I do find myself getting distracted while listening and having to back it up because I don’t know what’s going on.

Yesterday I started reading COCKROACHES, which is book two in Jo Nesbo’s Harry Hole series. This one takes place in Thailand and the story started off great! I’m a little under 20% into the story, so I know things are just ramping up, but I’m getting great vibes of where the story has potential to go.

I’ll hopefully start my next read, THE LAST TIME I LIED, in between cooking Thanksgiving dishes. This is the November selection for Instagram’s Criminally Good Book Club and I have to tell you…I can’t wait to sink my teeth into it! I adored Sager’s FINAL GIRLS and I’ve heard outstanding things about this book. I’m hoping to find myself forgetting the colder temps outside and being swept off to Camp Nightingale.

What are you reading this week? Have you read any of these titles?

5 thoughts on “Weekly Reads: November 19th

    1. It definitely can be a problem! I usually try to stick with it for my commute because it’s easier to concentrate for me in the car compared to while I’m doing things. Unless it’s cleaning or raking leaves, which don’t require much thought.


  1. I loved Circe- it’s really well written, and the story is great- but I can definitely see how it would be hard to follow!! Stick with it because it really is worth it ❤

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