October TBR

Happy spooky October! October is my birth month and also Halloween and the beginning of the holiday season (in my mind) so it’s one of my favorite months of the year. It’s currently 90 degrees in Baltimore so it’s not feeling super fall like, but I can’t wait to curl up in flannel with a cup of hot cider reading a book. All time favorite thing to do in the fall. So below are the books I will hopefully be doing that with this month! Still hardcore behind on Netgalley but it’s fine!!! I’m ok!!

PHYSICAL BOOKS

  1. The Girl the Sea Gave Back – Adrienne Young
  2. Stalking Jack the Ripper – Kerrie Maniscalco

NETGALLEY EARC’S

  1. The Throne of the Five Winds – S. C. Emmett
  2. A Midnight Clear – Sam Hooker, et al
  3. Coral – Sara Ella
  4. The Wickerlight – Mary Watson
  5. A Violet Fire – Kelsey Quick
  6. Safe Harbour – Christina Kilbourne
  7. All That’s Bright and Gone – Eliza Nellums
  8. Good Girls Lie – JT Ellison
  9. Hearts, Strings, and Other Breakable Things – Jacqueline Firkins
  10. The Map From Here to There – Emery Lord
  11. Don’t Read the Comments – Eric Smith
  12. The Silvered Serpents – Roshani Chokshi
  13. The Stars We Steal – Alexa Donne
  14. A Love Hate Thing – Whitney D. Grandison
  15. Ink in the Blood – Kim Smejkal
  16. The Sounds of Stars – Alechia Dow

Any of these books grace your list as well? Let’s talk in the comments!

Happy reading, bookish friends! πŸ™‚

September TBR!

Greetings, fellow readers! It’s the beginning of another new month of reading! I have a HUGE stack of books that I need to read, plus more on Netgalley! Once you get some reviews done a few more books get approved and the ratio starts to slide again! I do plan on reading more physical books this month, so I’m hoping for a better balance.

PHYSICAL BOOKS

  1. Sorcery of Thorns – Margaret Rogerson
  2. The Kingdom – Jess Rothenberg
  3. The Crowns of Croswald – D. E. Night
  4. Sky in the Deep – Adrienne Young
  5. The Novice – Taran Matharu
  6. Stalking Jack the Ripper – Kerrie Maniscalco
  7. Five Dark Fates – Kendare Blake
  8. Merged – Jim and Stephanie Kroepfl

NETGALLEY EARC’S

  1. The Stone Rainbow – Liane Shaw
  2. Gravemaidens – Kelly Coon
  3. These Wicked Waters – Emily Layne
  4. We Met in December – Rosie Curtis
  5. Michigan vs. The Boys – Carrie S. Allen
  6. The Memory Thief – Lauren Mansy
  7. Ink in the Blood – Kim Smejkal
  8. The Throne of Five Winds – S. C. Emmett
  9. The Sound of Stars – Alechia Dow
  10. A Love Hate Thing – Whitney D. Grandison

18 books is a very lofty goal…. so we’ll see if I can manage it! Any of the same books showing up on your TBR this month? Let’s chat about them πŸ™‚

Happy reading, bookish friends πŸ™‚

August TBR

The fact that it is already August is definitely blowing my mind. This month is the boyf’s and my third anniversary. We’re going to Lewes, DE to stay in the Dogfishhead Inn (we’re both really into craft beer) and we even splurged on the Romance package :). I’m excited to get some good reading done this month, though it is going to HEAVILY contain eARC’s from Netgalley! I’m very behind (my ratio is like 28%) and want to get caught up so I can be approved for more books. Outside of Netgalley, I’m going to try to fit in a few backlist physical books so I’m not just staring at my iPad all month (talk about killing your eyes). So see below for my reading plans!

Netgalley eARC’s

  1. Swipe Right For Murder – Derek Milman
  2. Midnight Beauties – Megan Shepherd
  3. The Murder List – Hank Phillippi Ryan
  4. Eclipse the Skies – Maura Milan
  5. The Weight of a Soul – Elizabeth Tammi
  6. Crown of Coral and Pearl – Mara Rutherford
  7. Tweet Cute – Emma Lord
  8. The Lady Rogue – Jenn Bennett

Physical books

  1. A Curse So Dark And Lonely – Brigid Kemmerer
  2. Strange the Dreamer – Laini Taylor

It’s a bit of an ambitious month because of the eARC’s, but I’ve found I read those faster than physical books? I’m not really sure how that works, but I’ll take it! Especially with trying to get through 8 in one month, while going away on vacation.

If you have any of these on your TBR, keep an eye out for my reviews as they come!

Happy reading, bookish fellows!