It’s November! Which means I have a list of books I hope to read—we’ll see what happens 😀 As for my writing goals, hopefully I can make those happen as well!
- Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez (ARC): I’m so happy to announce that I’m on Isabel’s street team for Woven in Moonlight! I first heard about this when the cover was revealed, and I immediately fell in love with the premise—so much so that I was first in line at the ARC drop at ALA this year. I cannot be more excited to read this book.
- How to Speak Boy by Tiana Smith (ARC): I read Tiana’s Match Me if You Can a couple months back, and I adored it! And this book sounds just as much fun!
- Flamecaster by Cinda Williams Chima: I’ll be honest, I’ve been avoiding this book for a long time. The Seven Realms series (the precursor series to this one) is one of my all-time favorite series, so I’ve been hiding from this one. But no longer! My wonderful friend Elsa Munoz gave me her copy (thanks dear friend!) so I have no excuses anymore. Plus, I need a good dose of Cinda’s writing.
- Shatter the Suns by Caitlin Sangster: I read the first book in this series a couple months back (and loved it), and her last book in this series comes out this month! So I definitely need to read this one.
- Diana: Princess of the Amazons by Shannon Hale and Dean Hale (ARC): I’m so PUMPED for this book! I love when Shannon and Dean collaborate—Rapunzel’s Revenge by the duo is one of my favorite graphic novels ever. I’m very excited to see their take on a young Diana.
- Scythe by Neal Shusterman: This is another book that’s been on my TBR for ages—and with The Toll coming out, I think it’s about time to pick it up again. Yes, again. I borrowed it from OverDrive a couple years ago and my loan expired. But I will finish it this time!
I really wish I could more specific in my goals this month…but alas. I’m really hoping to be able to finish world building this month, but I’m not totally sure if that’s going to happen (mostly because there’s a good chance I’ll move this month. Cross your fingers for my husband and me!) Good luck to all those Wrimos out there! I’ll be with you in spirit!