November is traditionally my favorite month and it was the same for 2015 as well. I just love the tail end of Autumn here in West Texas – most of the leaves have turned to their fall colors, usually still on the trees (unless there’s been a big wind storm), and the temperatures aren’t too extreme just yet. Plus it has Thanksgiving – the best holiday of all. 🙂
Anyway, back to reviewing. In November 2015, I read the following:
- The Country Girls – Edna O’Brien (F)
- The Lonely Girls (also titled The Girl with the Green Eyes) – Edna O’Brien (F)
- Girls in Their Married Bliss – Edna O’Brien (F)
- No Fond Return of Love – Barbara Pym (F) (No blog post)
- The Age of License – Lucy Kinsley (GN/NF)
- Displacement: A Travelogue – Lucy Knisley (GN/NF)
Total number of books read in November: 6
Total number of pages read: 1151 pages (av. 193 pages)
Fiction/Non-Fiction: 4 F and 2 NF.
Library books vs. books I owned (and thus removed from the home abode): 2 library books and 4 owned books. 0 e-books this month. (Wait. Does half of one count?) (Total of 30 books off TBR this year.)
DNFs: 3 (but not for lack of trying)
“The geese flying south /in a row long and V-shaped /pulling in winter.”
Sally Andersen, author and poet.