November 2022 Reading Wrap-Up

Another month has come and gone and it’s Christmastime, my absolute favorite time of year.

Some November highlights and lowlights ~

  • Enjoyed hosting Thanksgiving at our house for friends and family
  • Hiking and birding with my oldest son twice
  • Went and watched Wakanda Forever with my mom
  • Helped host some Video Music Awards at my church
  • Had a game night with friends
  • Lost two family members – my husband’s uncle, and his aunt’s father
  • Got a new water heater
  • Had a week’s staycation with the hubs
  • Made a bunch of new recipes to help bring down the hub’s cholesterol

Books I Read





Favorite Book of the Month

I so thoroughly enjoyed this book! Looking back over my star ratings for the month, the only thing I think I’d change is that I’d bump up The American Roommate Experiment to 4.5 stars. I didn’t read a ton in November, but I definitely enjoyed the books I picked up.

Goals & Challenges

  • Read 10 Nonfiction books ~ 2
  • Read 10 Mystery/Thriller books ~ COMPLETE
  • Complete 10 Series Already Started ~ 7
  • Read 10 History/Historical Fiction books ~ COMPLETE
  • Make Progress on 10 Series I’ve Already Started ~ COMPLETE
  • Read 10 Classics ~ COMPLETE
  • Try 10 New Authors ~ COMPLETE
  • Read 10 ARCs ~ 6
  • Read 10 Books Published in 2022 ~ COMPLETE

Goodreads 100 Books: Read 234 COMPLETE

Popsugar Reading Challenge ~

Beat the Backlist Bingo

I still have one more prompt to fulfill.

A to Z Reading Challenge ~

I still have Y and Z that need to be filled.

That’s it for my November Wrap-Up. I didn’t make any reading plans for December. I know I’ll be soaking in some holiday romances, but no pressure because I just want to enjoy the holidays without feeling any stress. Wishing you all a fabulous December!!

Happy Reading,



13 thoughts on “November 2022 Reading Wrap-Up

  1. Pingback: The Sunday Post 12/4/22 | Ali's Books

    • I am going to focus on those series that I completed instead of the many, many, many that I did not. LOL! And thanks. Losses are especially hard this time of year. Fortunately I did have plenty that was still worth celebrating!

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