It’s November and you know what that means. It’s time again for National Novel Writing Month. This of course means that my reading expectations are low and this TBR is going to be very small. I want to dedicate a lot of time to writing this month so I won’t have much time to read.
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Well now shall we get to talking about books? Again as I said this is going to be a short list and mostly comprising of books related to writing.
WonderBook: The Illustrated Guide to Creating Imaginative Fiction by Jeff Vandermeer
I’ve actually already started this, I brought this some time last year and to be perfectly honest I haven’t read much of it. What I have read is really good though so I hope to read some more, I’m not planning on finishing this book but I at least want to read some more of it.
Currently on PAGE 59 of 332
Writing Fiction by Linda Anderson and Derek Neale
This was is a book I was meant to read for my Creative Writing class in university last year but never got around to. Again I have started this but not finished it. This is a short book but it is very text heavy and I don’t want to overload myself so I again don’t know if I’ll actually read this all the way through.
Currently on PAGE 28 of 216
Binge by Tyler Oakley
I’m currently reading this so I want to finish it this month. I can’t overload myself with writing this month so I do want to read some more light-hearted books as well as writing books.
Currently on PAGE 157 of 304
Rurouni Kenshin 3-in-1 Volume 5 by Nobuhiro Watsuki
Again I’m currently reading this and I want to actually finish it this month. This is a manga and a re-read so it shouldn’t take long but it will be a nice relaxing reprieve from all the writing.
Currently on PAGE 256 of 568
There you have it. All of the books I might read this month. I’m not really planning on having a good reading month this month so some of my posts might be a little repetitive or I might just not post them if they’re the same as the week before. I might do a post about my NaNoWriMo progress instead.
I hope to see you on the NaNoWriMo website or on Twitter.