Wednesday, November 4, 2015

November TBR

Hi everyone!!! :)

I hope you're well.

Today I want to share with you the books I have decided to read this month. This month I didn't know what to read. I just come back to Spain and I wasn't sure what to read next. Thanks a trip to the library, now I have 1000 books that I really want to read, but I am going to show the 6 books I think I'm going to read or at least the ones I'm more excited about.


Lady Susan by Jane Austen. This book is about a woman who likes manipulating people. I have never thought to read this book because, I think, it is incomplete, but I saw a booktuber talking about it and I decided to borrow from the library. So far, I really liked it and I hope to finish soon.


Biblioholism by Tom Raabe. This book is about book lovers and their book buying problem (I don't relate at all ;) ;)) It's told in a funny way and I really liked it, but undfortunately I have problems with the vocabulary and I'm not enjoying it as much as I expected.


Dealing with dragons by Patricia C. Wrede. This book is about a princess that she doesn't like the life her parents have decided for her, so she runs away from the castle. Fantasy is not a genre that I normally pick up, but this book seems to me a fun read, so I have decided to buy it (because I couldn't find it in my library) and see if I like it. I have already started reading it and I like it so far.


Under the duvet by Marian Keyes. This book is a compilation of essays. I think they are funny although I haven't had the chance to read it yet.


La felicicidad es un té contigo (The happiness is a tea with you) by Mamen Sánchez. This book is about a man who is trying to find his son. He is the owner of several magazines and he sends his son to Spain to close a magazine in Madrid because it is not giving him benefits. The son arrives, but then he disappears. I have already started it, but I put it aside to read other books, so now I have to re-read some parts because I don't remember what has happened. 


El arte de no amargarse la vida (The art of not embitter your life) by Rafael Santandreu. This is a psychological book about life and about trying not to worry or feel scared about the things that surround us. I really like this author, I have read another book by him and I listen to him in conferences and he helps me a lot. I hope this book helps me too.

I want to read more books, but I think if I am able to read 6 books, if I am able to read all these books and I like them, I will be happy.

Feel free to share with me the books you want to read this month. I hope you have a great time reading your goodies :)

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