November Wrap Up

Can you believe November is already down? Only one month left of 2015! This year has flown by. Here's a little wrap up of what I've been doing and reading this month:

What I Read
5 Stars: 
A Girl's Best Friend by Lindsey Kelk
Lost Girls by Angela Marsons

4 Stars:
Landfalls by Naomi Williams
Snowflakes on Silver Cove by Holly Martin
All Together Now by Gil Hornby
Stars of Fortune by Nora Roberts

3 Stars: 

To be reviewed during my Christmas Feature:
How To Stuff Up Christmas by Rosie Blake
Christmas Cravings by Emma Hamilton
The Little Bookshop on the Seine by Rebecca Raisin

What I Was Up To:
November has marked the end of our life as we know it. Josep and I are moving to Munich in December so this month we've been trying to pack everything and decide what to take, what to leave and what to donate or throw. It's been very hard but we are ready for Monday (more or less). The hardest part was seeing my lovely books in boxes. Also, apparently I cannot take them all... so most of them are staying at my parents' for now.
Also, we got married! It was just a small but lovely celebration with our close family. The plan is to celebrate it properly next year but right now I couldn't be happier with my shiny new husband
Other news: I got glasses! They are farsighted glasses so I only wear the outside or watching TV and I'm still getting used to them. And Josep's grandma turned 79 this month! We had a little celebration and here you can see her with her 5 great grandchildren! 

What I Blogged About: 
This month I had the pleasure of interviewing Emma Hamilton, author of the Greedily Yours Series: 
Author Interview with Emma Hamilton - A fun and festive Q&A

Also, I took part in several Top Ten Tuesdays: 

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5 comentaris

  1. Congratulations and all the best with the move xx

  2. Congratulations Alba & Josep & good luck with your move x

  3. Congratulations and good luck with the move

  4. Wow congratulations. Good luck with the move it will be a lovely place to live. I would love to visit there next time we are in Germany. I am sure you will be reunited with your books soon.

    Have a fantastic Christmas in your new home as a newly married couple. Xd

  5. Congratulations on the wedding and good luck with the move! x