November TBR + BuJo spread for Believathon

Hi bookworms, and welcome to the start of a new month! November is going to be a really hectic but also an amazing month. For starters, I am taking part in Believathon for the first time! It is a middle-grade readathon hosted by an amazing person, Mr. Gavin Hetherington. You can find all the information about it here.

Since Believathon is a middle-grade readathon, I will be reading only middle grade books this month. That won’t be a problem at all, since middle grade is my favourite genre (I am 13 years old after all!) and I am always ready to explore new middle grades.

Without further ado, I present to you my TBR.

Legacy by Shannon Messenger

After just having finished Flashback, I just. Cannot. Wait. To read this! I want to know who Sophie’s parents are. I want to know whether Tam will come back. I want to know more about Wynn and Luna. And I want to see Alvar dead.

Wow, so the last one was pretty dark. But anyway, you get the point.

With this book, I will be getting The Key and The Crown for Believathon.

Frostheart by Jamie Littler

I have heard lots of good things about this book. And by the way, this is the only book I don’t have with me yet. I had ordered it two weeks back, and they sent me Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets last week! Hopefully, I will get the replacement by tomorrow.

This book will help me get The Fingerprints, The Dagger and The Backpack.

Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

This is one of those books I feel that everyone has read, except me. The concept of the book really attracted me, and I hope it will live up to my expectations. Gorgeous cover, isn’t it?

This book counts for The Footprints, The Handmirror, and The Chain.

The Haunting Of Aveline Jones by Phil Hickes

Horror is not really my genre. I have hardly a couple of horror books in my bookshelf, none of which I really liked. But I still decided to give this book a try because (1) Everybody who has read it has appreciated it, and (2) I really needed a book with ghosts and supernatural elements to fulfill the prompts for Believathon.

This book will work for The Torn Page, The Spilled Ink, and The Shadow.

School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani

This book has been on my TBR for quite some time now. I hope I finally get around to reading it this month. It is the first book of a series, and I am a series person (I just made that up, it means I love reading books that are part of a series 😀) so hopefully I will like the book.

This book will help me in collecting the clues The Scream and The Flash Of Lightning.

And that was my TBR. If I manage to read these five books, I will be able to collect all 13 clues and solve the mystery of the missing maleficarum!

I have also made a Bullet Journal spread for Believathon. It looks like this

Let’s chat in the comments! What is your TBR for this month? Have you read any of the books on my TBR? How did you like them? Let me know your thoughts and views. See you in my next post!

7 thoughts on “November TBR + BuJo spread for Believathon

  1. I love the tiny drawings in your bujo spread ahhh!

    Yeah, Flashback really left me hanging with so many unanswered questions and I think Legacy did a good job at answering them and spicing things up! Ooh, School for Good and Evil is a series I have been hearing mixed reviews about, so I’m curious as to what you think when you finish the book. 😊

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