November Wrap Up 2019

Apologies for the very late wrap-up. The month is flying by and I have no idea where 2019 has gone.

So, I completed my mission and I can finally say that I have read the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy. In what is my first review in months, I’ve spotlighted the pros and cons of the series, but I definitely think this is a series that’s worth reading.

Beyond that, November was a relatively quiet month. I tried to be organised and get a head start on my Christmas shopping and failed miserably at that. However, now that we’re in the most wonderful time of year, my festive spirit is soaring amid the chaos.

Nevertheless, here is what I got up to on the blog in November.

Review
26th: Reasons to Read Lord of the Rings – A Trilogy Review

TV & Film
3rd: TV Talk: Supernatural – The Winchester’s Greatest Allies
11th: TV Talk: High Stakes Fantasy, Cliche Period Drama, and the Most Wholesome TV Event
15th: TV Talk: Swamp Thing
30th: Midnight Movies: The Statistical Strategy in Sport, Tense Historical Drama, and a Monster Movie Knock Out.

Top Ten Tuesday
5th: Autumnal Book Covers
19th: Changes in My Reading Life

Waiting on Wednesday
6th: Woven in Moonlight
13th: Girl Gone Viral
20th: Girl, Serpent, Thorn
27th: Rebel Spy

Favourite Posts in November

Elle @ Elle Mcfadzean tells us why libraries are the greatest.

Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane Books looks at the 5 lessons she’s learnt from 5 years of blogging.

Sofii @ A Book A Thought spotlights underrated books by popular authors.

Margaret @ Weird Zeal wonders what makes a book YA.

The Orangutan Librarian talks about writing advice she doesn’t agree with.

Trang @ Bookidote explains to us why she doesn’t comment back & improvements.

Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction talks about Tales of a Social Media Failure: Is Bloglovin’ a Thing of the Past?

December Plans

Just relax. More often than not this time of years forces us to reflect on the highs and lows of 2019, and so often we choose to focus on all the things we didn’t do instead of focusing on the small achievements that meant so much to us. I don’t want to do that. The year has had as many highs as there were lows and I want to finish the year on a high and celebrate those small victories.

So, my biggest plan, between all the festivities, is to just relax, enjoy the most wonderful time of year, and look towards an epic 2020.

What was your highlight of November?
What was your book/film/TV Show of the month?
Any December plans?

9 thoughts on “November Wrap Up 2019

  1. I love how you’re talking about celebrating the little things, too, I often forget about that. thank you for the reminder and thank you so much for sharing my post! ❤ I hope you'll have a beautiful December and holiday season ❤

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