(Sorry for the poor quality picture but I was being a bit lazy today)
Whew! October has come and gone and now I find myself 4 days into November already. I just can't keep up with this time of year. Happily enough for me though, my reading has been coming along quite nicely. Which is a major change since I feel like I went through a year long reading slump at times in 2012. Now it just comes down to what books that I feel like I MUST read before the end of the year. I can't even really make a list because there are just TOO many. So instead of putting a bunch of pressure on myself to boost up my reading numbers (I'm at 47 if you are curious) and get some of those many books that I had planned on reading read, I'm just going to once again list a few books that I would like to read in November. Here is what's on my nightstand for November:
- Bitter Night by Diana Pharaoh Francis- I'm currently reading this and it is OH SO GOOD! I'm seriously wishing I had started this series sooner but at least I have the next two books to read as well for it!
- House of Many Shadows by Barbara Michaels- Because I can't finish out the year without reading at least one more book by Michaels and Jenny warned me off of one of the other ones sitting on my shelves.
- Naked In Death by J.D. Robb- Reread and my 1st audiobook. Haven't quite figured out how to get it on my MP3 player but when I do I'll be starting it. LOL!
- On my Kindle I'm currently reading the same two books that I mentioned in the previous Monday reading post (Tarnished by Karina Cooper and When Blood Calls by J.K. Beck). Because I totally bypassed my Kindle this week and read Too Wicked to Wed by Cara Elliott (which I adored).
- Into The Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes- I've heard really good things about this thriller so I'm hoping to finally take the time to read it in November.
- The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton- I just loved The House at Riverton by this author so it is beyond time that I read more by her. Plus, the colder days just beg for a big chunky read like this so I'm looking forward to it.