Monthly TBR – November 2022

Hello, everyone! Today I’m sharing my hopefuls for the month of November. I’ve got quite a few ARCs of books releasing this month, and I’m also going to try to catch up on some overdue ARCs from the last couple months that I didn’t get to read yet. I also plan to work on some of my larger 2022 goals by continuing a couple of series I want to finish before the end of the year. I can’t believe 2022 will already be over next month. This year has just flown by. I’m sure there will be some mood reading as well, and at some point I need to fit in my BBNYA finalists… The list goes on and on, but I’ll consider it a successful month if I can manage to make it through these 10 books:

  • The Stars Undying by Emery Robin
  • Empire of Exiles by Erin M. Evans
  • Convergence by Zoraida Cordova
  • The Lost Book of the White by Cassandra Clare & Wesley Chu
  • Innate Magic by Shannon Fay
  • Heart of the Sun Warrior by Sue Lynn Tan
  • The Gentleman’s Book of Vices by Jess Everlee
  • Trailer Park Trickster by David R. Slayton
  • The Last Enchantment by Mary Stewart
  • Ledge by Stacey McEwan

Are any of these books on your TBR? Have you already read them? If so, what did you think? Let me know down in the comments!

10 thoughts on “Monthly TBR – November 2022

  1. I really want to read Empire of Exiles and I have Heart of the Sun Warrior to read as well. I hope you manage to finish the Mary Stewart trilogy

    • I’m loving Empire of Exiles so far. I’m about halfway through it, and every time I think I’ve got something figured out, it throws in a new twist that changes everything. The magic and history of the world are really interesting too. I think you’ll probably like it! 🙂

  2. Ohhh you have LEDGE on here!! I wanted to request that on NG so bad (I think it was on there?), but decided to go the library route when I have more time. I follow the author on IG after seeing some of her funny reels about “if my husband was a fictional male” (or some tagline like that). Looking forward to your review.

    • Yeah. I got it from NG at the last possible minute before it published. It was something I had wished for rather than requested, and the publisher granted my wish. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to read it that quickly or participate in the tour, but I’m looking forward to getting to it. That sounds funny. I hope that humor bleeds into the story too.

  3. I’m planning to read Tan’s first book this month and will probably continue with the next book in the series once it’s out (or when my mood is right, lol)! I’ve been wanting to continue with Slayton’s series for a while now too since I read White Trash Warlock a couple of years ago and really enjoyed it. I hope you manage to read what you want and enjoy all the books 🙂

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