Monthly Wrap Up

November 2023: The Month I Saw My Fave Band Live & It’s Still Everything I Think About

November 2023: Monthly Wrap Up

Hi everybody and welcome to my November wrap up! I feel like I say this almost every month, but it feels like November flew by in a blur. I didn’t read or watch as much as I may have wanted to, but overall it was a good month still. Mostly because I saw my fave band live for the first time and IT WAS EVERYTHING. So let’s just dive into my November wrap up!

What I Read

Caught Up (Windy City #3) by Liz Tomforde

I’ve been really enjoying this sports romance series so far and the third installment is no exception! This was an adorable single parent romance with lovely slow-burn, banter, chemistry and a nice emphasis on family.

Rating: 4,5 stars | Read full series review so far

The Fragile Threads of Power by V.E. Schwab

I loved being reunited with all of my favorite characters. This was another epic installment, and yet it also felt like it was just setting up for more epicness. I’m especially intrigued as to what will happen in White London with new character Kosika. But more than that, I just want more of Lila and Kell and Rhy and Alucard and I can also add Tes to that list of beloved characters now.

Rating: 4,5 stars

I Want To Die But I Want To Eat Tteokbokki by Baek Sehee

This is a non-fiction memoir and is basically a collection of transcripts from the author’s sessions with her therapist. It’s a unique format and insightful, honest and relatable. Though at times I struggled with the writing because it felt a bit all over the place. But overall, some very relatable parts and highly quotable.

Rating: 3,5 stars

The Long Game by Elena Armas

Though it took me a long time to get through the first few chapters (through no fault of the book, just me struggling with the darkness of wintertime and falling asleep at 8 every night), I still ended up highly enjoying this small-town romance between an exiled soccer exec and a retired soccer player teaming up to coach a little girl’s team. It was slow-burn and the chemistry oozed and there were anxious baby goats and temperamental cats and a runaway rooster called Sebastian Stan. Obviously, I loved that.

Rating: 4 stars

Blog Features

Top Ten Tuesday

Book Titles That Would Make Great Newspaper Headlines
10 Popular Authors That I Still Have Not Read
10 Reasons Why I’m Thankful for Books
10 Romances set in Bookstores

Can’t Wait Wednesday

Business Casual by B.K. Borison {Can’t Wait Wednesday}
Funny Story by Emily Henry {Can’t Wait Wednesday}

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday: 15 November 2023
WWW Wednesday: 29 November 2023

What I Listened To

This month I finally got to see one of my all-time favorite bands live: Against The Current. The concert was amazing and naturally I’ve pretty much listened to their songs all month.

Against The Current

Here’s an (older) live clip from one of my favorite ATC songs to prolong my concert vibes <3

What I Watched

As I mentioned above, I’ve been really struggling with the darkness of winter and the gloomy weather this month and that resulted in hardly being able to stay awake long enough to watch anything this month. Better luck next month!

Life Update

Well, honestly this month has been trademarked by darkness and gloominess (and sleepiness). It went by in a blur, but of course there were some highlights too!


  • I saw my fave band (Against The Current) live and it rocked! And, before the concert, we had Korean food so basically I was one happy camper πŸ™‚
  • Met up with some (former)coworkers/friends at a chocolate bar and it was fun to catch up AND have hot chocolate and a brownie to go with that.


  • The overall holiday vibes all month long (and I’m hoping to get in some holiday movies and books too!)
  • I have 1,5 week off at the end of the month and I’m definitely looking forward to a week of chilling on the sofa, armed with a blanket and a hot chocolate.
  • Dove Cameron is releasing her first full-length album!
  • The new Percy Jackson tv series!

How was your November? What did you read? What did you listen to and what did you watch? What are you looking forward to in December?

Lindsey xoxo


  1. I’m glad you liked The Fragile Threads of Power. I’m looking forward to that one. I hope you have a great December!

    1. I hope you’ll love The Fragile Threads of Power too and have an amazing December!

  2. Sophie @BewareOfTheReader says:

    My November started with COVID, perked up and then went downhill. I too struggle to stay awake in the evening!

    1. I hope your December will be a lot better Sophie! Let’s hope this winter and darkness will be over soon πŸ™‚

  3. Hooray for seeing your favorite band! I haven’t been to a concert in so long. I’m also looking forward to the new Percy Jackson series!

    1. Thanks! Yes, I miss going to concerts more regularly. Hope we’ll both love the new Percy Jackson series this month!

  4. I’m so glad you saw your favorite band. I’ve got to admit they were totally new to me but it’s definitely my kinda music. I should check out more of their songs!

    1. I hope you’ll end up loving Against The Current, I definitely recommend them, haha if that wasn’t clear already from this post πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

  5. Happy you got to see you favorite band and it was a wonderful experience.

    1. Thanks, it really was!

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