I’m the worst at sticking to TBR’s, half my problem is that I’m a mood reader, half is trying to choose from all the amazing books waiting on my pile. I spend so much time trying to choose a book, not being in the mood for a certain book, I end up falling behind. So, from this month I’m starting a monthly TBR to hopefully help me catch up.
The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh (free review copy):
When I agreed to review this one I knew nothing other than vampires being involved, I had no idea who the author was or title. I was so excited when I found out it was this one, I’m really looking forward to reading it!
Into the Crooked Place by Alexandra Christo (free review copy):
I was beyond excited to get this in the post from Hot Key Books, I absolutely adored To Kill a Kingdom and been desperate to get my hands on this one since it was announced! I have a feeling it’s going to be epic!
The Good Luck Girls (free review copy) – I jumped at the chance to review this, described as Westworld meets The Handmaid’s Tale and I’m so there for this. I’m so excited to start it!
Scars Like Wings by Erin Stewart (free review copy): When I received an email about this one I was a little unsure about accepting it, after a little research I decided to. Although the author wasn’t left scarred, a friend was, so I’m hopeful that it’s been written with compassion and sensitivity readers were involved. I really like the concept and looking forward to reading it.
The Kingdom by Jess Rothenberg – I bought a copy of this at YALC after someone described it to me as being “Disneyland on crack” and I was instantly sold! I’m so excited to find out more, fingers crossed it lives up to the hype!
I Hold Your Heart (free review copy):
I was sent a copy of this during the blog tour in July, with YALC and July being hectic in general I didn’t get round to reading it. I’ve heard brilliant things about I Hold Your Heart and really looking forward to starting it.
So that’s my TBR for September! What will you be reading this month, anything I should add to mine? Let me know in the comments!