Now that we’ve talked about what we read and added to our shelves last month, it’s time take a look at last year. It’s time for our monthly post to see if we read what we buy. So this month we’re looking back at our November 2021 bookhaul. How did we do? Keep on reading to find out!
Once again, I think this post is going to prove why I really need to work on my physical backlist next year, haha. In November 2021 I added 4 books to my shelves. Let’s see how I did!
Iron Widow – Xiran Jay Zhao
Iron Widow was in an Illumicrate box and I have to say this edition is stunning! This book has gotten a lot of praise and I know quite a few people who have loved it. A second book has been announced, so I I need to sit down with this one.
Lore Olympus: Volume One – Rachel Smythe
Lore Olympus is one I’m really surprised I haven’t read yet. This is a graphic novel, so it won’t take me much time to read at all. There are other volumes already available and I need to give it a go. The illustrations are stunning.
ExtraOrdinary – V.E. Schwab
Again, I’m really shocked I haven’t read ExtraOrdinary. It’s not long at all. I loved the first book in the Villains series. Now I have to decide if I want to read the first book again, then this one, and then the sequel.
Blame It on the Mistletoe – Beth Garrod
Blame It On the Mistletoe is a holiday book I didn’t get to last year. We’re now in the months of all things Christmas for me, so I’m going to make this one a priority. It still sounds like a book I’ll love.
Read: 0/4 – 0%
TBR: 4/4 – 100%
Well, I took a look at last year’s bookhaul and it turns out this is a very easy post for me haha. I didn’t get any new books in November 2021 so there is nothing to update. Unfortunately I didn’t really lower my TBR either but who’s keeping count? (Me, I am keeping count, but okay).
So that’s our looking back at our bookhauls for this month! Do you keep track of what you read after you add them to your shelves? Let us know how you track them if you do. We always love hearing about how others organize and track their TBRs.