Wow, no posts between last RTW and this one. And technically, it has become RTThursday. I don't even know what happened to me, honestly. It took me ten minutes to remember where I was on Friday, because I realize that I missed Friday Fives (I was at my in-laws' house, because it was the day after Thanksgiving. I legit just forgot that for a little while.)
And somehow, even though this prompt is always the same, it always catches me unprepared.
What is the best book you read in November?
I read some doozies this month: Before I Fall, by Lauren Oliver and If I Stay by Gayle Forman were both pretty great, but completing my trilogy of [SPOILER! SPOILER ALERT!] car-crash novels was the real stand-out, Looking For Alaska by John Green. It absolutely demolished me in a way a book hasn't done in a while.
And now, November is over, and we are on to December. A new marking period is starting soon, it's almost Christmas, and one of my classes just finished a very big and onerous project. I started a project I'm really excited about during NaNoWriMo, and even though I didn't make NaNo-speed progress on it, I'm feeling good about it. Onward and upward!