📚 Novellas In November & Nonfiction November 2020 Wrap-Up

~ Novellas In November ~

In November, I took part in two, great reading events, the first of which was the brand-spanking new event: Novellas in November, created and hosted by Cathy of 746Books and Rebecca of Bookish Beck. Let’s look back at what novellas I managed to read over the month:

That is an impressive, if I do say so myself, six novellas read! This reading event was just what I needed to get out of my reading funk, that has been upon me for much of this year, due to ‘pandemic-that-shall-not-be-named’. My poor, tired and stressed mind has found it hard to concentrate on longer novels, but it was able cope with dipping in and out of short, easy reads. Thank you, Cathy and Beck! 😊

~ Nonfiction November 2020 ~

The second reading event I took part in November was my old favourite: Nonfiction November 2020, which this year was hosted by Leann of Shelf Aware, Julie of Julz Reads, Rennie of What’s Nonfiction, and Katie of Doing Dewey. Let’s look back at what non-fictions I read over the month:

That’s a respectable three non-fictions: one history and two faith/history. I also managed to take part in three of the four weekly non-fiction topics for the event:

All in all, I loved taking part in this wonderful event, so thank you Leann, Julie, Rennie and Katie. I look forward to taking part again next year. 😁

Now over to you: Did you take part in either of these events? What novellas and non-fiction have you been reading?


18 thoughts on “📚 Novellas In November & Nonfiction November 2020 Wrap-Up

  1. Well done. My current feeling about choosing my next read is to pick a mood read – so long as it keeps me from coming to a full stop altogether.
    Lynn 😀

  2. Anything that gets one out of a reading slump is a great thing. I recently read what I would call a novella: Piranesi by Susanna Clarke. It was incredible.

  3. Good job with your participation in Nonfiction November, Jessica!! I’m glad it boosted you out of that reading slump. 😀

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