#FlashbackFriday – November Book Reviews

Hello all and welcome to my new monthly meme that I decided to join this year. I originally saw the post over at Secret Library Book Blog but it was created by Kerry @ Chat About Books. The idea is, on the first Friday of every month, you share your book reviews from previous years. I started my blog in April 2017 so my reviews will be from then until last year.

I wonder if there will be any from your collection?

2017

Just the one book this month and it was different to my usual read.

2018

I couldn’t believe my luck when I got approved for Jodi Picoult’s latest so despite having a new born I made it my mission to get this one read on time.

2019

This was my first step into the world of Gillian McAllister and I haven’t looked back since. She has become one of my auto buy authors and I eagerly anticipate her latest books each year.

2020

This was when NetGalley November was born and I decided to join in. Who would of thought that I would go on to meet such an incredible group of women who I am still in contact with today and have formed a book club with. Thanks to them I smashed my reading this month and gained my 100% feedback ratio!

2021

With the help of NetGalley November I got through quite a few ARC’s this time. Nothing like a rading challenge to get me motivated!

Have you read any of the ones on my list? Why not join in with the meme?

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  1. I don’t know how it’s possible but I haven’t read any of these.. although several will be going on my TBR.
    And it’s crazy how much your reading has increased over the years! Thanks for sharing!

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