What I’ve Been Reading & Instagram Templates | November Wrap Up

Recent Reads Wrap Up Elaine Howlin

My reading has been so bad lately. I felt I hadn’t read enough to warrant a wrap-up post in September or October but if I continue like that we’ll never get to chat about books! So I’m going to include the books I read then in this wrap-up and we can finally discuss them.

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Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

Rating: 4 out of 5.

It’s not a nice book but it will certainly make you feel something. I read this in October for the Victober readathon. It was my second reading and I decided to listen to an audiobook narrated by Joanne Froggatt of Downton Abbey. I enjoyed it even though the characters annoy the shite out of me.

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Once Upon a Winter’s Eve by Tessa Dare

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I always get festive vibes in late October/early November and want to read and watch Christmas themed stuff. I then loose interest in it all by December. I read this during that phase. It’s a short story set in Dare’s Spindle Cover series but it can be read as stand-alone though several characters from previous books are mentioned. You don’t need to know anything about them to enjoy this. It was a fun little story about a couple reuniting after unknown circumstances caused them to part.

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Till Death by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Rating: 5 out of 5.

This is not my normal type of book at all. I hate crime and thriller books but since Armentrout wrote it and she is fabulous, I decided to give it a go. She’s a fabulous writer that manages to weave in just the right amount of thriller and romance to satisfy me. I swear this woman can’t write a bad book! At least, I haven’t encountered it yet….

This book follows Sasha on her return home after 10 years when she escaped a serial killer. The killer is dead but then women start to go missing again….

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The Vagina Book from Thinx

Rating: 5 out of 5.

I mentioned this in my favourites for October. It describes itself as “an owner’s manual for taking care of your down there” which is the perfect descriptor. I’ve read a few books on this topic and I love this one for it’s approachable language and acceptance that gender isn’t related to sex.

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The Christmas Key by Lori Wilde

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Another one of those Christmas books I read during my festive vibes stage. This town has a thing where if you sleep with one of their Christmas key’s under your pillow you will dream of your soulmate. So, these guys dream of each other before they meet. I know with romance you always know the couple is going to end up together but it’s kind of less fun when the couple is aware of that too.

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The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab

Rating: 5 out of 5.

I haven’t fully formed my thoughts on this book yet but I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. It gives a wonderful heartfelt look at loneliness, love and going after the things you want even when there’s a hefty price attached.

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9 thoughts on “What I’ve Been Reading & Instagram Templates | November Wrap Up

  1. Based on your description of the vagina book I would recommend “Fruit of Knowledge: The vulva vs. the patriarchy” by Liv Stromquist. It’s a really short, non-fiction graphic novel and it’s amazing!

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