NetGalley November 2021

Total Books: 39
Backlogged: 14
Current Feedback: 69%
Goal: 80% (read 14 books)

I am participating in NetGalley November this year! I’d forgotten all about this readathon until I came across the post on Fi’s Bibliofiles. I have been feeling guilty about my backlog, some as far back as March, so this is the perfect readathon to whittle it down and bring up my feedback ratio.

The marathon was started by Emandherbooks and Lisa Lou from Tot and Tales. There are nine prompts, but I will focus on my backlog and see what fits the prompts along the way. Let’s see how the month goes! Wish me luck!

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10 responses to “NetGalley November 2021”

  1. Nice tbr! I also plan on reading A Clash of Steel!

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    1. Yay! It sounds like it is going to be good. I also love the cover.

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    2. I think I only have three books on NG left to review this year, hopefully I can focus on December on finishing those up. A Master of Djinn has been on my radar every since I heard about it, I hope you enjoy!

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      1. Omg…I am so envious of you for having only 3 left for the year. Thanks! I am looking forward to A Master of Djinn as well. I’ve heard good things too.

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  2. Good luck! (I also really need to thin out my backlog of Netgalley ARCs πŸ™ˆ I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts regarding A Clash of Steel because that’s one I definitely want to read myself!

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    1. Thanks! I really need all the luck I can get! 🀣🀣🀣

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    2. Will do! I am looking forward to it too. 😁

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  3. I’m rooting for you!! Enjoy!

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