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November 2018 Book Haul (part 1?)

I allowed myself a small haul this month as I felt I deserved it!

So I got a load of non-fiction with a couple of fiction books thrown in for good measure:

1. Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Roll in New York City 2001-2011 (Lizzy Goodman)

There are a few bands from this period that I really love and I love the idea of this book, so wanted to check it out. It’s huge!

2. The Light in the Dark: A Winter Journal (Horatio Clare)

This book just spoke to me. I may read it later this month. Perfect for this time of year.

3. The Seabird’s Cry (Adam Nicolson)

I read someone’s review on this and was sold!

4. Wonderland (Brett Westwood & Stephen Moss)

I bought this one on a whim. I loved the cover and it sounded a bit different. A day by day look at nature in Britain as far as I can tell.

5. The Raven Boys (Maggie Stiefvater)

I finally caved! I keep hearing glorious things and I liked the only book I have read by Maggie Stiefvater (The Scorpio Races), so…

6. Midwinter (Fiona Melrose)

I have been eyeing up this novel for ages and with winter coming and the book being on offer, I just had to get it! May well get read next month for my ‘Winter Project’.

7. Winter: an Anthology of the Changing Seasons (editor: Melissa Harrison)

I fully intend to get the other seasons as well, but let’s start with this one. Also for my ‘Winter Project’ that I will be doing for December/January.

Seasons proofs.indd

Not sure whether I will be getting any more books this month… I am trying to restrain myself! 🙂

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