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November Favorites

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Hello, reader friends! What just happened?! November is gone! I have to admit, my head is spinning a bit over here.

We have less than one month until year-end lists and favorites! I’m working up something a little bit different for the end of 2017 but for now, it’s time to recap and give another bookish hooray for our favorite reads!

In case you’ve missed some of our November spotlight posts, go check them out!

First Line Fridays hosted by Hoarding Books
Krista Phillips: author spotlight
The Romano Family Collection by Brandy Bruce: setting spotlight
Erynn Newman’s Elisabeth, Drew, & Gabe: character spotlight

Let me know if there’s a book character you’re itching to meet, a setting you’d like to know more about, or an author you want to see on the blog and I’ll be happy to issue an invitation!

November favorites on Faithfully Bookish

Here are the newest additions to my all-time favorites plus a few tried and true!

Written in the Dust by Christina Coryell Just Maybe by Crystal Walton Out of the Ordinary by Jen Turano

Charming the Troublemaker by Pepper Basham Christy by Catherine Marshall (50th Anniversary Edition) Catching the Wind by Melanie Dobson

What are some of your favorites from November?

14 thoughts on “November Favorites”

  1. November has passed in a blur and I didn’t get much read. But the books I did read in October and November are almost all going on my favorites list. The Girl Who Chased the Moon -Sarah Addison Allen, Begin Again & Just Maybe -Crystal Walton, At the Edge of Summer -Jessica Brockmole, The Law of Moses -Amy Harmon, Christmas at Gate 18 -Amy Matayo and Something Like Family -Heather Burch.


  2. I just got Christina Coryell’s first book in this series and am looking forward to reading it. I don’t know that I have ever read a book by Becky Doughty . . . . you have peaked my curiosity! Of course I love Pepper’s books and I read everything that Melanie Dobson writes. One of my November favs was “The House on Foster Hill” by Jaime Jo Wright.


  3. I love Becky Doughty’s “Gustafson Girls” books! Each of the books has a very different feel, from lighthearted to very intense. I don’t read many books a second time within a year, but I have with a couple of those. I think I’ve actually read “Phoebe and the Rock of Ages” three times. I guess I just needed some sisters to hang out with this year, and these are good ones to have around.


  4. Well, I only read three but they were all good! The Austen Escape was fun! No Small Storm by Anne Mateer was good, I love her books! And my favorite, was Denise Hunter’s Blue ridge Sunrise!


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