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Monthly TBR: October

Happy Monday Book Dragons!

October is here already, I know you’re probably expecting some spooky reads. Apart from possibly one of them, it’s a standard monthly TBR. I’m so behind on review books, I don’t have time to binge any of the spooky/horror books I’ve been buying. I’ll be more organised next year, promise!

IMG_20190912_201229_417.jpgInvisible in a Bright Light by Sally Gardner:

I received a free review copy from Zephyr books, the concept drew me in and I enjoyed other books by the same author. Look how beautiful the proof is, the finished copy is even better. I’m really looking forward to reading it!

The Wayward Girls by Amanda Mason:

I can’t tell you how excited I was to receive a free review copy from Bonnier Zaffre. I was sold from the moment I read an early extract, their Knock Once campaign to drum up buzz was incredible too!

IMG_20190223_231801_065.jpgProud Anthology:

I was sent this for review by Stripes not long after a family loss, I barely read anything for awhile and never got around to it. This anthology is full of stories, poems and illustrations from LGBTQ+ authors and illustrators. I can’t wait to finally read it!

Perfectly Preventable Deaths by Deidre Sullivan:

This is my bought book I’ve chosen to read this month. I bought this at YALC in July after hearing brilliant things about it, I don’t know much about it, I’m excited to find out when I dive in. The cover is gorgeous too!

 

So this is my TBR for October, have you read any of these? What are you going to read this month? Let me know in the comments!

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