Friday, 29 November 2013

Netgalley November Update #4

The fantastic Netgalley November challenge hosted by the lovely Faye at A Daydreamer's Thoughts, Kayleigh at K Books and Laura at Bookish Treasures is nearly over! I can't believe that November is all but finished, this month has gone incredibly quickly! Netgalley November has certainly been a huge hit at least on my part except for this last week where I've started seven different books, written no reviews and generally lost my oomph :( I shall do a final roundup of what I've read (or not) next week as I'm off to London tomorrow for four days, in the meantime here's a list of what I've started, if I finish four of them by tomorrow(!) I'll have met my goal minimum of sixteen books. What I'll probably do is continue to read NG titles for another couple of weeks and pretend I'm still doing the challenge...

Goals

Difficult Level - Read (And Review) 16 to 20 Netgalley titles 

Started but not finished


Tainted - A E Rought

The Drowned Forest - Kristopher Reisz

Heartwood - Freya Robertson

Angel City - Jon Steele

The Troop - Nick Cutter

Silent Saturday - Helen Grant

ACID - Emma Pass

Week One/Two/Three Reads

After Eden - Helen Douglas (Review)

Book of Secrets - Elizabeth Joy Arnold - (Review)

Fortunately, the Milk - Neil Gaiman - (Review)

Seven Forges - James A Moore (Review)

Slumber - Tamara Blake

When The World Was Flat - Ingrid Jonach (Review)

Woken Gods - Gwenda Bond

After the Ending - Lindsey Fairleigh & Lindsey Pogue

Autumn - Sierra Dean

Lives of Magic - Lucy Leiderman

Pawn - Aimee Carter

The Devil's Apprentice - Jan Siegel

Read Previously But Not Reviewed

Full Blooded - Amanda Carlson

Ink - Amanda Sun

4 comments:

  1. I'm continuing with the challenge as all the headway I made I undid my requesting more books. :P Still making my way through Woken Gods.

    Well done you!

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  2. Congrats :) I made my reading target but still need to do reviews for most of them.

    My Final Update

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  3. Well done.
    Like you I am hoping to continue with the challenge, at least in part, and read and review the titles I picked up during the challenge.

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