November, you say? I can’t even. This just does not compute.
Little to report this week, as it goes. It’s already been quite cold so I’ve started hibernating. I’ll be grumpy until Spring, just so you know. I loathe these cold months with a fiery passion.
On to the books!
Books I’ve read this week
3 and a DNF. Okay, so I’m not exactly setting the world on fire here but considering the previous week, I’m calling this massive progress.
Books I’ve bought this week
OMG, WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME?! 😭
ARC’s received via Netgalley
None. This is bad. Very, very bad. Because this nifty thingie Janel @ Keeper of Pages shared last week tells me I will have run out of books in ten months. 10! WHAT?! 😱
Bookpost what landed on my doorstep
With huge thanks to Point Blank and Century!
On the blog this past week
Monday : Joined the blog tour for Last Train to Helsingør by Heidi Amsinck
Tuesday : Reviewed The Little Orphan Girl by Sandy Taylor
Wednesday : Joined the blog blitz for One Way Ticket to Paris by Emma Robinson
Thursday : Posted an extract on the blog tour for Keep Your Friends Close by June Taylor
Next week on Novel Deelights
You may want to sit yourselves down and hold on to something 😉
Monday : I may pop up elsewhere but I have nothing planned for my blog.
Tuesday : Schedule says “no”
Wednesday : Blog tour | Guest Post | Her Last Move by John Marrs
Thursday : I do have one or two reviews I still need to write
Friday : Which may appear at some point
Saturday : or not
Sunday : Weekly Wrap-Up
What is happening?! I don’t know about you but I’m feeling a little faint. 😳
Let’s just quickly move on to :
Question of the week : Non-fiction books. November is Non-Fiction Month around the blogosphere. Are you joining in? Do you read non-fiction? Would you like to? What is it that appeals to you about it? And for those of you have read non-fiction, what has been your favourite so far and why? (Not you, Janel, I know the answer 😜)
I have read some non-fiction but not very much. If all goes to plan, I will be reading one this month, The Wicked Boy by Kate Summerscale, which is the true story of a Victorian child murderer. I also read quite a few biographies from men who were part of the Band of Brothers when the tv series first came out. But that’s about it, I think.
So, what about you?
Also, please do that TBR Time thingie. Only count the books you actually own, not the ones that are on your virtual Goodreads shelf. And let me know when your TBR runs out so we can all panic together. 😄
That’s it for this week! Have a great one and I wish you all lots of happy reading! xx