My November 2022 TBR

November has rolled around once again. I am still behind on my Goodreads goal according to their calculations, but I only have 37 books left to go and I am pretty sure I can get that done by the end of the year. I just have to avoid those long books. Maybe. I am looking forward to these longer nights and wet and cold days, so that I can curl up by the fire with a good book.

I managed to read all eight of the books I had on my October TBR, which I am pretty sure is my third month in a row doing that? So yeah me! November’s list is looking pretty good with lots of books to be enjoying.

ARC’s I need to read

I only have three ARC’s to read for December instead of my usual four. I just haven’t been able to find anything that is peaking my interest on NetGalley lately. Hopefully something else will come along.

Well Traveled is the fourth book in the Well Met series. I haven’t read a romance in awhile so I am looking forward to this one.

Nine Liars also promises to be quite good. Stevie and the gang are heading to London and will tackle a cold case there.

All the Dark Places is the first book by this author but it sounds really good and it already has a pretty high rating on NetGalley.

What else am I planning on reading?

Four of these are library books that I have picked up the last week or so but haven’t had time to read. I will soon remedy that.

Our Last Night is a backlist by one of my favorite thriller authors. This one sounds different than his other works as it may have a supernatural element to it.

A Line to Kill is next on my pile to read. I have really been enjoying this series and am looking forward to this next book.

I ran across The American Roommate Experiment while browsing the shelves and it sounded like a fun book to round out all of these mysteries and thrillers I have been reading lately.

Home Before Dark is another backlist by a favorite author. This one involves a haunted house.

Chasing the Bogeyman is another mystery/thriller that I am looking forward to reading. It does sound chilling and a bit scary too.

As usual I will probably read twice as many books as I have listed, but I like to have at least 8 books that I will definitely read and then have room to choose books to suit my mood. I think I have a good selection of books here and I hope that I will enjoy them all.

What about you? What are planning on reading in November?


  1. I think The American Roommate Experience is part of the Spanish Love Deception series. I just read the first one, so I don’t have a clue if best to read in order or not. Just wanted to let you know in case you didn’t because I always prefer to read in order. I get mad if one slips through the cracks that I didn’t know was part of a series.

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    1. Thanks for letting me know. I looked at some of the reviews for this one and it looks like I don’t need to read them in order, but I do like to read books in order so I may hold off until I can get the first one.


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