Either nothing happens or everything happens. Honest. There is no in between.
I think I did everything in November. It’s mildly exhausting. Going away. Reading furiously. NaNoWriMo. Moving to wordpress. Puppy. I think I ate the world and I’m tired.
Before I launch into my recap though, don’t forget to enter my celebratory giveaway (INT book of choice) of moving to WordPress!
But they’re shiny and nice I do so love books (and I also have a library addiction).
[Red Glove – library – my new bookish addiction, actually] [Neverending Story – library – totally blame Nevillegirl] [How To Train Your Dragon – library – because I need to have this book in my life] [Fairytales for Wilde Girls – library – my library did a promo for it and I’m a sucker] [Ash – library – again, Nevillegirl’s fault] [Blue Lily Lily Blue – bought – OH LET ME FLAIL LIKE A GLORIOUS WILD ANTELOPE!] [Aristotle and Dante – won – thanks Simon and Schuster!] [Tin Lily – won – thanks Brit!] [The Coldest Girl in Coldtown – thanks Hachette! – Omg, already read it and LOVE] [Black Ice – won – AND IT’S SIGNED!!] [Rooms – thanks Hachette – I…I though this was YA but it’s not] [The Zig Zag Girl – Hachette – surprise review-copy…I have no idea what this one is]
See why I’m so exhausted, though?! November felt like an incredible long month…which means I (fairly) get to spend December playing with my puppy and occasionally reading an extraordinary book.
I’m linking up with these memes:
i want to hear about your month, my beserkish blogglings! was it insanely busy for you? (tell all! tell all!) and how excited are you for Christmas holidays? (and, you know, delicious Christmas food) oh and what are you going to read next? (me = blue lily, obviously)
Cait has been swarmed with work at the moment and therefore has been reading Wicked for like, um, a week. Since she usually reads a book a day, this feels weird. While thinking Wicked thoughts, she’s been spreading the joy (and agony) of Christmas glitter about her room. Yup. She already regrets it.