Monthly Wrap-Up – November 2020

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My monthly wrap-up for November 2020 includes my top five books read this month, an update on reading challenges, and links to blog posts.

I read more this month than I have in the previous few months. My reading list was varied (mystery, contemporary, and young adult), but my favorites were the mysteries… no surprise there. I listened to a lot of audiobooks via OverDrive, and checked more books out from my local library. Mostly, I tried to catch up on reading books that were published earlier this year.

I didn’t write many new blog posts, but I hope to get back to blogging in December. Lately, I’ve been in the mood to read, but not blog. So, I took a little time away to focus on other things. I’ve got plans for some new posts though, so I hope to have new posts up soon.


TOP 5 BOOKS READ IN NOVEMBER

This month’s top five books include one young adult mystery (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder), two mystery thrillers (Home Before Dark and Confessions on the 7:45), one crime fiction (The Well of Ice), and one cozy mystery (Premeditated Mortar).

1. A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson
2. Home Before Dark by Riley Sager
3. Confessions on the 7:45 by Lisa Unger
4. The Well of Ice by Andrea Carter
5. Premeditated Mortar by Kate Carlisle


READING CHALLENGES

MONTHLY CHALLENGES
No challenges this month.

YEARLY CHALLENGES
· Genre Bingo – 25/25 – completed in June
· Popsugar – 50/50 – completed in September


ON THE BLOG

BOOK REVIEWS
· The Housewarming by S.E. Lynes
· The Well of Ice by Andrea Carter
· The Perfect Father by Charlotte Duckworth

READING UPDATES
· New Books to Read – November 2020
· Monthly Wrap-Up – November 2020


Thanks for stopping by Nightcap Books and reading my monthly wrap-up (November 2020). Hope you also read some fantastic books this past month.

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