Sunday 31 December 2023

Reading Round-Up: November/December 2023

The Writing Greyhound book stack

It's the end of another year and time to say goodbye to 2023. However, that also means it's time for my last reading round-up of the year! 

In this post, I'll share the details of all the books that I've been reading, acquiring, and wishing for during November and December. Be warned though - not only has Christmas fallen in this month's post, but also the delayed YALC (Young Adult Literature Convention) was in November this year, so there's been plenty of bookish activity going on over these last few months.

Read on to find out more!

You can catch up here if you missed my last reading round-up post.

What is Reading Round-Up?

Reading round-up is a simple way for me to keep track of everything book-related and a fun way to show you what I've been reading over the last few months!

Out are the books I've read in November and December.

In are the books I acquired during that time.

Wishlist is the books I've found out about and want to buy but have yet to manage to get my hands on!


  • Amy Snow by Tracy Rees
  • One Piece Omnibus: Volume 1 by Eiichiro Oda
  • One Piece Omnibus: Volume 2 by Eiichiro Oda
  • The Tattoo Thief by Alison Belsham
  • The Hourglass by Tracy Rees
  • Husband Material (London Calling #2) by Alexis Hall


  • Enchanted to Meet You by Meg Cabot
  • Dark Pines by Will Dean
  • Threads That Bind by Kika Hatzopoulou
  • Gwen and Art are Not in Love by Lex Croucher
  • A Witch's Guide to Fake Dating a Demon by Sarah Hawley
  • Witch You Weren't Here by Emma Jackson
  • Out of the Blue by Jason June
  • The Girl With No Soul by Morgan Owen
  • Live Your Best Lie by Jessie Weaver
  • Hell Followed With Us by Andrew Joseph White
  • To Break A Covenant by Alison Ames
  • Wildbound (Forestborn #2) by Elayne Audrey Becker
  • What the River Knows by Isabel IbaƱez 
  • Ghosts: The Button House Archives


  • Forestborn by Elayne Audrey Becker
  • Fyneshade by Kate Griffin

What have you been reading recently? Have you read a book I should know about? Let me know in the comments below!

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