Saturday, December 1, 2012

November Wrapup 2012


Well, despite my slump I managed a few more books this month...not by much but hey.

The Adventures Of Tilda Pinkerton by Angela Shelton
Best read aloud to children.

Forgive my Fins by Terra Lynn Childs
Finally a mermaid book that takes place underwater...if only there had been more plot.

We'll Always Have Summer (summer #3) By Jenny Han
What an ending! A love triangle done right.

Falling for Hamlet by Michelle Ray
I'll stick to the original thanks.

Favorite of the month was We'll Always Have Summer. I was so emotionally invested in the love triangle. Least favorite...Hmmm, not sure. I didn't HATE any this month. Crazy huh?

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  1. It's always a good thing when you don't hate any of the books you read in a month.

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  2. It's not crazy that you didn't hate any books this month. It's actually good, isn't it?

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  3. I have to start the Summer series. It's on my shelf but for some reason I always pass it up.

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  4. I'm glad you liked all the books you read in November. It definitely helps when you're in a slump to read books you like.

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  5. That's a good reading month! Also, you've convinced me to read the first Summer book.

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    1. I saw you're starting it! I hope you like it, just remember Belly is super annoying.

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  6. That's great that you didn't hate any book this month!

    Now I have to check out Forgive My Fins. Most mermaid books really are set on land; I never thought of that before. I'd like to see one set under water for a change.

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    1. I know! I hope you like it if you read it. I would have preferred more plot but it was OK.

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  7. 4 books during a slump is pretty good! I really need to read those Jenny Han books...I wanted to read the first over the summer but my library's copy was 'lost'.

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    1. I hope you can read it. I think you'll like it.

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  8. You've done heaps better than I have! I don't think read a single book all November! I am def going to read the Summer Series this summer though!

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    1. Wow! Not one? Well, I hope you like them.

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  9. So happy to be reading your reviews again, Jenny! Whenever I am feeling like I'm not reading enough, I go on the hunt for novellas. I know that is totally cheating, but it makes me feel accomplished when I blow through a short book. :)

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    1. Yeah, those and graphic novels make me feel like I'm flying through books!

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  10. Four books isn't so bad, especially since you ended up at least liking them. Hopefully December will be filled with good books for you as well.

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  11. Yeah for more than last time! That's kind of how I measure my success - a little more than the last time.

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    1. Exactly, as long as it's better than last time, right? ;)

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  12. Hey! And I read the first Summer book and am leaning toward Conrad at this point! Dark and brooding after all....

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    1. LOL! I am so not surprised! We'll see how you feel after the second one.

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  13. I had a slumpy month, too. But, I ended up with a really nice number. It helps to cheat (counting children's picture books is my form of cheating). ;)

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