Here's what I've read in November:
I was more in the mood for non-fiction this month, probably because I was distracted what with moving & I find it easier to pick up and put down non-fic after reading only a few pages without it breaking the flow of the story. I absolutely loved the Liz Gilbert book I have to say. I thought it was just a great pep talk, and one I kind of needed to hear honestly. I don't know if I agree with everything she has to say, but mostly it was so positive it made me feel good, while at the same time being very real. I kind of love Elizabeth Gilbert actually, she's so unashamed to be sincere and be a huge geek & I honestly find that kind of refreshing (I know other people may find that insufferable).
Mindy Kaling's book was okay, much the same as her last one, but somehow just not as charming. I think she's too busy and too mid-career, I bet she could do better in a few years after she's had time to process and reflect.
• Why Not Me? By Mindy Kaling
• Plumdog By Emma Chichester Clark
• Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear By Elizabeth Gilbert
• A Room of One's Own By Virginia Woolf
• Call the Midwife: A Memoir of Birth, Joy, and Hard Times Jennifer Worth
Movies & TV Watched in September
• The Great British Baking Show Season 1 <3 <3 <3
• Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (episodes from various seasons)
• Master of None Season 1
• Friends (part of) Season2