Book Review

It’s November!

November has arrived. And with it, fall is here in all it’s glory. The leaves outside are simply beautiful right now! If only those brilliant colors would last a bit longer!

Here are just a few pics shot out my front door, I did not add any filters here, but I think the color is not quite accurate…in reality, it’s a lot brighter than it shows up here!

I saw this is several other places online yesterday, and decided to do it myself…

I wanted to share with you my November stack of books! 🙂 Also known as November TBR (to be read). It looks rather daunting, but OH-SO-GOOD! 🙂

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I’m really hoping to be able to read through all of these this month…and…actually, I have a few others on kindle only that I also need to read, so this stack is not complete!

I will be sharing reviews on these throughout the month, and I can’t wait to tell you about them, after I discover for myself just how good they are!

Today I’ve been reading that top one–Shelter of the Most High. I just LOVE it. I have yet to read one book by Connilyn Cossette that I don’t love. Her Biblical fiction is so refreshing and delightful. And thought provoking. And, when I start one of her books, I don’t ever want to reach the end…

I have in mind to do a few giveaways from these books, sometime this month…I’ll have to wait until after I’ve read it…and, should I decide that the book has to stay in my own collection, I will definitely consider purchasing another copy of it for my giveaway winner(s).

Stay tuned! 🙂 I don’t really want to have a giveaway open the entire month, I think that would be dragging it out just a bit, so I’ll give it some thought as to what might work. Maybe one each week, or maybe several towards the end of the month…I’ll be sure and post here, once I come up with something. I’d love to hear your comments!

What books are you hoping to read in the near future? It’s always good to compare TBR stacks!! 🙂

Happy Friday!

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3 thoughts on “It’s November!”

  1. ohh but your TBR pile looks wonderful. Shelter of the Most High is on my list. My first book of hers that I read was A Light on the Hill. I loved it. Thanks for sharing your Autumn pictures. I so enjoy seeing all the colors change and floating down to earth. Have a fabulous weekend
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