My Goings On in November:
I felt like November flew by! I honestly can’t figure out how it’s already gone! Luckily, I did manage to accomplish a few things.
- I wrote a play for my homeschool co-op musical theater class. Yep, I did it, and I’m actually going to let people see it. (You know, probably.)
- We finished up the first semester of homeschool co-op and we had our end of semester performances. The kids did fantastic, and it was lots of fun!
- I finished editing Defy by Allie Juliette Mousseau!
- I caught up on watching The Walking Dead on Netflix, so I switched to binge watching the second half of season 2 of The 100, and when I finished that, I moved onto Once Upon a Time (I’m on season 2 of that.) I need relatively exciting shows to watch while I’m on the elliptical to keep me motivated! And I’m trying hard to do the elliptical almost every day, so I get to watch a lot of shows that way!
Most Popular Posts:
My New Design!! – Yay! Apparently you guys were almost as excited about it as I was!
Let Me Know Your Birthday & Blogoversary! – I’m really glad this one was popular too because I want to collect as many birthdays and blogoversaries as I can! Hopefully the calendar will go up in December (I just need to figure out the best plug-in to use).
Other Features & Discussions:
My 2015 Reading Progress:
Here’s my reading for 2015 so far. As I’ve mentioned before, the books that are unrated are books I’ve edited (or proofread) this year, so I don’t rate them.
November 2015 Reviews
This month wasn’t quite as amazing as last month for reading, but there were definitely a few gems!
- The Book of Ivy by Amy Engel | Review | Rating: 4.5/5
- The Revolution of Ivy by Amy Engel | Review | Rating: 4.5/5
- Forget Tomorrow by Pintip Dunn| Review | Rating: 4/5
- Firewalker by Josephine Angelini | Review | Rating: 3.5/5
- The Heart of Betrayal by Mary E. Pearson | Review | Rating: 5/5
- Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin | Review | Rating: 5/5
- Nexis by A.L. Davroe | Review | Rating: 4/5
My Favorite November Read:
Well, I had two five star books this month, but Wolf by Wolf won out because it was just so unique and left such a lasting impression on me!