We have officially entered the final month of the year, and I’m sat here wondering where time has gone. Seriously, it’s like we’ve bypassed the last few months. So, November. It’s safe to say that November was my least productive month. Why? Well, I didn’t read a SINGLE book in November. Not a single one. It’s official, I have hit a slump. It sucks. It’s not from a lack of not wanting to read, but more of a can’t find the time, too tired, and can’t seem to pick the right book type of slump.
So, what else have I done this month? Well, instead of reading, I’ve taken to binge-watching a selection of TV shows and films. Would you be interested in a post about these shows? This slump has also meant that I’ve almost caught up with all my book reviews.
Favourite Posts in November
Jesse @ Arctic Books provides some top tips on how to survive the winter.
The Orangutang Librarian talks about the elusive 5-star rating.
Fadwa @ Word Wonders tells us six things that diverse books added to her life.
Sophie @ Sophie’s Corner gives us five reasons to pole dance.
Krysta @ Pages Unbound give us some tips on how to avoid accidental plagiarism.
Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction explores the reasons why it could be time to change your blog name.
READ A BOOK. I hope I can snap this slump before we reach the end of the year. I did read the prologue to Amy Harmon’s The Bird and the Sword, so hopefully, I can find the motivation to continue the book. The slump has also meant that my blogging activity hasn’t been as consistent as I’d like it to be so, I’m hoping to improve on that front.
December is going to be an incredibly busy month for me. Not only do we have Christmas to look forward to, but there is also the matter of BOTH my brother’s celebrating their birthday’s this month. It’s safe to say that my bank account is taking a hit this month. I’m also on the look-out for a festive jumper, so if you have any recommended shops to find one please let me know.
November was the worst reading month for me.
What was your November highlight?
What are your plans for Christmas this year?