November 2018 Wrap-Up1 min read

So November was a busier reading month than I remember it being, but I’m also doing this wrap up like three weeks late and December feels like it’s lasted ten years. Anyway, time’s an illusion and this is what I read during the fever dream that was November.

Finished in November 2018

fresh inkFresh Ink: An Anthology edited by Lamar Giles

My rating★☆

Format: Physical book

Review Coming: January, maybe?

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sea witchSea Witch by Sarah Henning

My rating:

Format: Audiobook

Review Coming: January, hopefully

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This One SummerThis One Summer by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki

My rating:

Format: Graphic Novel

Review Coming: January, hopefully

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book of unknown americansThe Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henríquez

My rating: ★☆☆

Format: Audiobook

Review Coming: Probably never, I just don’t care enough about the book

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gmorning gnight.jpgGmorning, Gnight!: Little Pep Talks for Me & You written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, illustrated by Jonny Sun

My rating: ★★★★

Format: Hardcover

Review Coming: No review

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bernie sanders guide to political revolutionBernie Sanders’ Guide to Political Revolution by Bernie Sanders and Kate Waters

My rating: ★★☆

Format: Hardcover

Review Coming: Mini-review on Goodreads

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Started in November 2018

Transgender 101Transgender 101: A Simple Guide to a Complex Issue by Nicholas M. Teich

Started: November 25

Format: eBook

Progress: Page 35 out of 127

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el principito.jpgEl Principito written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, translated by Bonifacio del Carril

Started: November 26

Format: eBook

Progress: 17%

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I’ll be back in like a week with my December and yearly wrap-ups!

I am a writer of stories, opinions, and reviews. Currently, in undergrad, I'm studying to become a literary translator by majoring in Spanish, minoring in English and digital media technologies. One day I hope to speak all the languages so I can read all the books.

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