Unexpectedly, November was another personal finance book month!
- The Wealthy Renter: How to Choose Housing That Will Make You Rich by Alex Avery
- Go Green, Live Rich: 50 Simple Ways to Save the Earth and Get Rich Trying by David Bach
- We Stand On Guard by Brian K. Vaughan and Steve Skroce
I also reread a bunch of comics when I was sick a few weekends ago (some Garfield, my three Sarah’s Scribbles, and Liz Climo I think).
I didn’t really have a favourite out of the new books that I read this month. Go Green, Live Rich was similar to some other books I’ve read, and I was rather disappointed with The Wealthy Renter (most of the book was just trying to convince you not to buy a house). Oh, I also started another David Bach book, but decided to stop reading it because it wasn’t grabbing me; maybe I’ll get it again in the future. And while I thought We Stand On Guard had an interesting premise, I didn’t really care for the story.
So what have you read over the last month? What was your favourite book?
2 responses to “November 2019 What Are You Reading?”
I’m reading my third book by Alice Hoffman, “The Story Sisters,” and having a bit of trouble getting into it. I loved the first two (“Rules of Magic” and “Faithful”), so I don’t want to give up on this one!
Thanks for sharing – hopefully “The Story Sisters” picks up!
If the first ones are good, I’ll have to check them out some day!!! 🙂
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