November 2018 [Wrap Up]

2018 November Wrap Up | Blogging | Creative Writing | Reading |


I feel like I’ve been in such a reading slump for a while now though I haven’t missed a book review. This month, I started catching up with a series that got me into reading in the first place and now I want to read all the books in the world, which is a great feeling. With that said, I’ve read and reviewed four books for this month. You can check them out on my Reading List.


NaNoWriMo was successful! I wrote 50,000 words of Short Story Sundays for 2019 plus editing and revising of some other projects. It felt good to get all that writing done. I feel like I haven’t written like that since the last NaNo session. So, that was great.


December posts as well as new and updated ideas for 2019 are a-go! I’m excited and it’s been taking up the majority of my time (my poor writing!) but hopefully it’ll all work out and you guys will like it. I’m looking forward to the new year!

Posts to Remember

1. Meet Annette Rochelle Aben, Author
2. November & December 2018 Writing Submissions
3. My Writing Space

How did November treat you? Are you looking forward to November? Let me know in the comments below! If you liked this post, please share it around.

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11 thoughts on “November 2018 [Wrap Up]

  1. Sounds like November went pretty well for you.

    I didn’t manage to catch up on my reading goal as I’d hoped. But I did read several books, and enjoyed most of them, so that’s what matters most.

    There hasn’t been much writing beyond blog posts. Although, the amount I did is still better than I’ve managed most months this year. Plus, part of the reason for it was because of sorting December posts, and some other things I want to wrap up before the end of the year.

    Overall it was a pretty good month.

    • As long as you read books and enjoyed them, that’s all that matters. Sometimes I read just to catch up with my goal and I have to stop myself and actually take in the words.

      This time of year is always tough on the writing front. I too spend a lot of time wrapping up things on the blog and prepping for next year.

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