My 5 Most-Read Blog Posts from November 2022

Each month I post my most successful posts from the previous month that were posted in that month. You get me? And the end of November 2022 is no different, let’s see what posts did the best for me in November.

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This not only allows me to look back and see which articles did the best that month but it also allows any budding bloggers to see what worked for me that month.

This month, there are two book reviews, two of my round-up articles and my very first podcast review which is exciting as these are definitely something I’m looking to get into more!

Keep scrolling to see all of these articles including a quick summary and a link to read the full article.

5. My 5 Most-Read Articles in October 2022

“This month was one of my least productive for a while. My cat passed away about a week ago and so feeling like my blog was worthwhile didn’t feel right. I wanted to concentrate on remembering her and focus on making us happy at the time. I do however have some great articles coming up including a couple of unique ones over the coming month!

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo could well be one of my books of the year so make sure to look out for it in my final list at the end of next month (as if next month is December already).”

4. A Fatal Crossing by Tom Hindle book review

A Fatal Crossing by Tom Hindle seemed right up my street before I read it. It was a murder mystery set on a ship that people had likened to Agatha Christie. It does a great job of setting a scene and then giving a motive for the murder. However, with a slow plot, lacklustre characters and the feeling of a forced twist at the end, it’s not going to be blowing anybody’s minds with its story and innovation anytime soon. If you like a cosy murder mystery, you may find something quite enjoyable here. Either way, stick with it and you’ll definitely enjoy it more.”

3. Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Daisy Jones and the Six may well have shot a second of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s books into my top five books of the year list at the end of the year. It was a story (and especially an audiobook) that I will remember for a long time to come and is another of her books I will recommend to absolutely everybody. With powerful characters, and a dark, mature and wholly satisfying story that will eat you up and spit you out again, there’s not a lot here to dislike about Daisy Jones and the Six.

2. The Seven Books I Read in October 2022

“I think my favourite book from this month has to be The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo – I absolutely adored this book. It told an incredible story with some genuinely believable and likeable characters and offered up some mature themes along the way. PLUS, there’s a great little twist at te end.

“It’s been a good month of reading for me and I’m looking forward to seeing what the final two months hold for me before my big “Best Books of the Year” post at the end of the year.”

1. Case 63 by Gimlet podcast review

“If you’ve never listened to a fictional podcast before, Case 63 would be the absolute perfect place to start. Each episode is only ten minutes long and there are only ten of them. Every single episode is packed with content and ends on a cliffhanger that will make you want to listen to the next one. Even if time travel or science fiction aren’t your things, you’ll still enjoy this due to the simple but effective format of a doctor interviewing her patient it takes. Once you’ve read this review, head to Spotify and listen to the first few episodes of Case 63!”

Post round-up

It’s great to see my first podcast review as the most viewed article from the month. This means there’s clearly interest in these sorts of reviews going forward. If you haven’t listened to Case 63 by the way and you’ve not really tried fictional podcast dramas, it’s an incredible way to start. Each episode is only about 10 minutes and there are only ten episodes but each is very well-written tense and have a cliffhanger at the end.

Taylor Jenkins Reid is a hugely popular author and so I’m not surprised to see one of her more loved books Daisy Jones and the Six is one of the more popular articles too.

What were your most popular articles this month? Have you picked up any ideas here for future article ideas?

See the articles that did well in previous months:

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