Books to Read November | 2020

Hello, book lovers! 💕

I always say this when writing my TBR posts, but I can’t believe it’s another new month. 2020 is almost over, and it’s a weird concept to comprehend for some reason. This year has both dragged and flew.

This will be me

But anyway, I’m not sure what books I want to read in November. So anything I put on this list, I’m not entirely sure if I’m going to get to. As usual, I’m not going to make myself stick to any one book; nothing is set in stone. I may put these books on this list, but I may pick up other things instead. Who knows. If anything, I know I want to read things that will be cozy and atmospheric since it’s finally getting cold enough to cocoon in a blanket with a good book.

Let’s get onto the books though!

As I made this list, I think I’m still kind of in the mystery/thriller mood. And also a fantasy/sci-fi mood. I feel like these books will be atmospheric and will transport me into a world where I can disappear into while being wrapped in a blanket cuddled on my bed.

None of these are in any particular order; I’ll probably pick through them when I’m in the mood throughout the month. But I’m thinking about reading When No One Is Watching by Alyssa Cole. This is a book that I recently added to my TBR. I don’t know much about it other than it’s a thriller. But I’m intrigued because I’ve heard pretty good things about it.

The next book on the list is The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater. I read the first book months ago, and I keep telling myself that I’m going to continue on in the series. But I think this month will be the month that I actually do that. I really liked the first book, and I really want to see what happens next in the series.

I realized last month that I haven’t read any more of the Avatar The Last Airbender comics in a while. So maybe I’ll try to get through a few of them this month. I’m almost done with the comics, and I really want to get through them all by the end of the year.

Earlier this year, Aurora Rising by Aimee Kaufman was on sale on Amazon as an ebook. So I decided to pick it up. And didn’t read it. It just sat on my Kindle, and I’m not entirely sure why. Well, that’s not entirely true. I think I haven’t picked it up because I’m usually not a fan of sci-fi books, and this is undoubtedly sci-fi. I’m afraid I’m not going to like it. But I want to give it a try. Mainly because it has such good reviews on Goodreads.

So there you have it. Those are the books that I’m considering to read this month. Like I said, I’m not sure if I’m going to get to any of these, but this gives me a slight idea of the books that I might want to read.

What books do you plan on reading this month? Have you read any of the books that I mentioned? I’d love to discuss them in the comments below!

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I am a twenty-something-year-old who is an avid reader. I love anything from young adult fantasy to adult fiction to young adult contemporary. I also love to play video games and draw and watch movies and TV shows. And this is my safe space where I can gush about everything I love.

3 thoughts on “Books to Read November | 2020

  1. I relate about needing to continue with the Raven Cycle series!! What’s funny is that I was actually thinking about reading The Dream Thieves this November as well… what can I say, the whole series gives off fall vibes for me 😂 Ooh I’d love to hear your thoughts on Aurora Rising!! I love the Kaufman-Kristoff duo but I still haven’t gotten around to their next series 😅

    Happy reading, and I hope you have an amazing November, Alexis! 💙💙

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    1. I agree about The Raven Cycle giving off fall vibes; I really need to get onto the next books! Also I have never read anything by Kaufman or Kristoff, so I’m curious to see how I like Aurora Rising. And thanks! I hope you do as well!

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