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November Wrap-Up: What Just Happened?

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A monthly recap of books I've read, posts I've written, things of interest
from the blogosphere, and life.

I'm not entirely sure where this month went. There's a vague memory of school and Thanksgiving and mild panic over papers and finals... Oh! And I made some special plans for Christmas break, so there's that. :)

November Reads:

Dealing with Dragons was amazing! If you haven't read it yet, go do so.

There's Always a Catch was less amazing. Actually, it was a total bust for me, but I can see why others would enjoy it.

November Post:

October 2017 Wrap-Up: Counts, Birthdays, Giveaways & Panels Galore

November Life:
Clearly November was not my best month for blogging. I'm hoping to do a little better (and do a lot more reading) in December once finals are over.

This month feels like it's flown by. I literally have to take out my calendar to figure out what all happened. As I said in my last post, I pulled off hosting my final panel event of the semester. Then followed that up a week later with a "we survived" celebration and e-board elections. Good news: there's a brand new e-board and I'M NOT ON IT! :D I'm still around in an advisory capacity (and let's face it: I'm totally the puppet master lurking in the shadows when I want to be), but I am no longer the responsible person for these events. Whoo!

My evil plan to actually take it easy and have a #3LOL spring progresses. ;)

Then it was off for Thanksgiving. Visiting family required more time and attention than anticipated, so I kind of slacked on my finals prep, but I think we'll be okay. I did not go out on Black Friday, but I did order some #TBTBSanta gifts online on Thursday, and I hit a few book spots on Small Business Saturday.

AND I was super lucky and won an ARC of Warcross from the amazing Jen Ryland.

I'm really excited because I booked a flight and will be visiting Edinburgh and other bits of Scotland in January!! I haven't been outside the US since I studied abroad in undergrad...a long time ago. >.> I've also been dying to see Scotland for a while now. It'll probably be cold, but I'm looking forward to a great trip!

Now I must go ignore you all and study like a madwoman for two exams, and fix up a paper. :)

And that was my month! How was yours?

1 comment :

  1. Now this is a wonderful post and I love it. It kinda makes me wanna do something similar and those look like some awesome books to read. Thanks