Look at the stickies @ the top of this forum. Pick a workout template (I’d go with a total body three times a week) and be fanatical about it for a bit (at least a month and a half, then consider temporarrily switching just to keep your body guessing and adapting).
Get your eating in order and focus on a healthy effort to gain muscle. Essentially you should be eating ~6 times per day. Get most of your carbs from veggies (some from fruits), eat protein at every meal, and make sure you’re getting the proper fats (nuts, fishoils, flax, etc are sources).
Your general aim if you’re working for next November should be to spend most of that time adding muscle. Once you’ve succeeded in that you can think about getting leaner (it’ll be easier by then too, and initially you’ll probably lean out a bit anyway whilst you focus on muscle gaining).
Poke around the stickies and use the search because the basics are already well laid out. Good luck. A couple years ago I looked similiar to you in those pictures and while I wouldn’t describe myself today as “bulked up and ripped as hell” I do look far better, feel far better, and live far better for having taken up sensible eating and exercise.
Depending on your genetics, effort, consistency, resources, and definitions of “bulked” and “ripped” you may or may not achieve the look you want for late November. You might find your ideas of both get more… extreme… as you continue. When I began I’d have considered a guy with arms/shoulders like mine are today to be pretty muscular. Now I look at my whole body and think I could be so much more.