TBR: November 2021

I have got a very busy month of reading ahead with 11 ARC/Review request books planned. This is quite ambitious for me, but I am hoping as some are short children’s stories that I can still keep on track.

I also have 5 other ARC E-Books to possibly read on top of this TBR for NetGalley November.

Currently Reading:

💜 The Family Man – Anna Willett

Available to purchase now.

My review will be posted 13/11/21 as part of the blog tour with Blackthorn Book Tours.

ARC’s/Review Requests on my plan this month:

The Numbers Game – Miles Watson

My review will be posted 14/11/21 as part of the blog tour with Blackcoffee Book Tours.

Available to buy now

Chubby’s Tale – Carola Schmidt

Review request from Blackberry Book Tours, will review ASAP.

Available to buy now

The Warden – Jon Richter

My review will be posted 14/11/21 as part of the blog tour with Blackthorn Book Tours.

Available to buy now

Blood Notes – Lin Le Versha

Review request from Hobeck Books.

Expected publishing date 23/11/21

Imagine That – George Yuhasz

My review will be posted 27/11/21 as part of the blog tour with Blackberry Book Tours.

Available to buy now.

The Life She Wants – Mel Sherratt

A NetGalley approval from Bookouture

Expected publishing date 29/11/21

One Small Mistake – Dandy Smith

A NetGalley approval from Embla Books

Expected publishing date 01/12/21

Silenced – Jennie Ensor

My review will be posted 14/12/21 as part of the blog tour with Hobeck Books.

Expected publishing date 07/12/21

The Girl Upstairs – Georgina Lees

A NetGalley approval from Harper Collins UK.

Expected publishing date 09/12/21

Hide – Nell Pattison

A NetGalley approval from Avon Books UK.

Expected publishing date 09/12/21

NetGalley November:

Here are the NetGalley November books on the plan, if I manage to read everything above. 4 of these are already on the TBR above, so only 5 others to try and squeeze in 😊

This month is going to be a big challenge for me, there are so many books to read. I think this is the busiest month and then it calms down a little towards Christmas. 😊

Anything that catches your eye?

7 thoughts on “TBR: November 2021

  1. I have The Maid too but the US cover is red with a key hole in the middle. I have a weird fascination with different book covers for different countries. Looks like a great reading month!

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