Happy December friends! I hope y’all had a good month and holiday. I’m finally finished with leftovers, but I haven’t lost my craving for pie.
November was a weird reading month for me. I picked up books that I thought were up my alley, but was really let down quite a bit. Am I picky? Maybe. But I do know what I like, so I shouldn’t have had this many 2 and 1 star reads. At least I can say that I’m managing to keep that reading slump away. Having some time off work was good, I played more Animal Crossing and The Sims 4.
This month Spotify released their Yearly Wrapped stats. Here are mine! I’ve included my top song of the year along with my top songs and artists. I love seeing others stats and saving these playlists to listen to the following year.
Top Songs of 2021:
Chili – Seventeen
Supa Vibe – Queen Naija
What’s Poppin – Jack Harlow
The Scotts – Travis Scott
Up – Cardi B
Top Artists 2021:
More reruns of true crime shows. Someone come save me from myself.
Now to the main reason for this post, the books! I read 29 things in November.
Any title that has a * next to it means that it’s coming up in the next few weeks
Sesame Salt and Custard Pudding Vol. 1 by Yufuko Suzuki
Sesame Salt and Custard Pudding Vol. 2 by Yufuko Suzuki
Sesame Salt and Custard Pudding Vol. 3 by Yufuko Suzuki
Virgin Cowboy by Kate Baxter
Baby Gravy by Jisa Dean
Protecting His Popstar by Aubree Frost
Sir Richard’s Portrait by Jisa Dean
Honey Come Honey Vol. 1 by Yuki Shiraishi
The Billionaire’s Big Bold Woman by Nicole Rose
Rushed by Aurora Rose Reynolds
Bayou Bruiser by Jessa Kane
Rule of the Animals by Jisa Dean
Scottish & Safe by Ever Lilac
Wife for Now by Penny Wylder
Blowout by Melissa Williams
Hartley by Frankie Love
Hooked by Emily McIntire
Wallflower by Jessica Prince
Through the Ashes by Julia Wolf
Yakuza Lover Vol. 2 by Nozomi Mino
Don’t Touch by Penny Wylder
Little Dancer by Brianna Hale
XL Candy Cane by Frankie Love
Until Mic by Evan Grace
Nanny I Want to Mate by Mia Kayla
Fat by Sam Crescent
Berserker by Kitty Thomas
Daddy Means Business by Lucky Moon
I hope you enjoyed my wrap up for November, moving on to December.