Monthly Summary; November 2018

November is almost over and I think it's probably time for the monthly summary. I've managed to read some books this month, even though it wasn't as many as I wanted because of a small renovation of my flat due to a minor water leak (yay, not). Nevertheless, here's the lists of what I've read and my book haul for this month.

Books I've Read
Death of a Christmas Caterer by Lee Hollis
Purring Aroud the Christmas Tree by Liz Mugavero
Too Many Tamales by Gary Soto
Hjemmelaget jul - pynt, bakst, godteri, gaver by Miia Seppäla
Sykt enkelt by Mari Hult
Det jeg skulle ha sagt: Håndbok mot seksualisert trakassering by Anja Sletteland and Hannah Helseth
Den lille kafeen i Kabul by Deborah Rodriguez
Frida's Fiestas by Guadalupe Rivera and others

Book Haul
Legendary by Stephanie Garber (free, thanks to the bonus card Norli has with buy 9 English paperbacks, get 1 free)
The Talented Mr. Ripley by Patricia Highsmith (through Blind Date with a Book Club)
A Highland Christmas by M. C. Beaton (purchased)
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, 20 years anniversary edition in Gryffindor colours, by J. K. Rowling (purchased)
Too Many Tamales by Gary Soto (purchased)
Frida's Fiestas by Guadalupe Rivera and others (purchased)
Hjemmelaget jul - pynt, bakst, godteri, gaver by Miia Seppäla (press copy from the publisher)
Klokkemakerens datter by Kate Morton (press copy from the publisher)
Kjærlighetens magiske regler by Alice Hoffman (press copy from the publisher)
Tre kvinner by Mari Ann Augestad (press copy from the publisher)

Comments

  1. I’m reviewing The Talented Mr. Ripley on my blog today! It’s a bit slow, but I enjoyed it. I hope you like it, too.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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