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November 2019 Summary: 12/01/19

Reading report

November was a busy month, taken up with painting, planning for Thanksgiving, and unfortunately illness. We're on the mend and Thanksgiving was fun. But my reading did suffer.

I continued to read strictly from my personal collection — including books purchased for my road narrative spectrum project. Next month I will probably go back to using the library.

I read fewer books in November, 21, down from the previous months' 31. I made my my diverse reading goal. In fact it was my best month in 2019, beating last month's record. I also made my diverse reviewing goal.

December we will be hosting guests again and with winter vacation, reading numbers will probably remain lower than previous months. I hope, though, it will be a better month than November.

On the reviews front, I continued to mostly review diverse books. As I've worked through most of my backlog of reviews, the posted reviews closely mirror my monthly reading.

I only have 2018 and 2019 read books to post on my blog. My reviews to post from 2018 is down to 27 from 29, and my 2019 books to review are up to 74 from 73.

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