2018 · TBR

September TBR and reading plan

Hi All!

I’ve put together a TBR for Septemeber bearing in mind I might participate in Contemporary-a-thon or something at some point and I’m not sure what to read for that yet. They would probably have their own TBR and Wrapups. Also, NaNoWriMo is creeping closer and I can feel this story in the back of my head wanting to push out so there will be some prepping going on too.

With all that in mind, I’ve set up 6 books to read in September.

Again the link for each book title brings you to their GoodReads page where you can read the synopsis.

Enjoy!


From My ACR Shelf

The Caged Queen by Kristen Ciccarelli – Iskari book 2 – Problem is, *whispers* I havent read book 1 yet… 😳

Deepest Blue by Mindy Tarquini – I don’t know much about this, but it said for fans on Neil Gaiman and Paolo Coelho…and that’s me. Honestly, I’m hoping for something good 😊


From My Library Shelf/Need To Finish Already!

Rebel Hearts by Moira Young – Second in a trilogy. I started this series during my read-EH-thon in the beginning of July and really enjoyed it. I love the main female character who to me is the ultimate female badass lead.

Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor – first in a duology. I’m rewarding myself for finishing two series with this beauty! Already started this and enjoying it so far.

Fight Like A Girl by Clementine Ford – this has been my lunch book for all of August and has gotten me pretty mad at times and laugh out loud at other times, but it’s time to finish this so I can start Anna Karenina


Books I Have Too Read Because I’m Reading The Sequal This Month

The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli – well, as the title of this shelf suggests, the sequel comes out this month and I have an ARC for it so I feel I should read that, but then I have to read book one first 🤷‍♀️ I got this on audiobook and it’s been a while since I’ve listened to one, so this should be good 😊

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Books I Might Get To

Inspector Singh Investigates: A Deadly Cambodian Killing Spree by Shamini Flint – this is part of my Read Harder challenge as a mystery written by a POC or LGBT+ author. Shamini Flint is based in Singapore and is originally from Malaysia and originally a lawyer. I’m quite looking forward to this and anticipate this to be a quick read.

The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu – I borrow this for a work colleague and I’ve held on to this for a while so I really have to read this and hand it back sharpish! – I still have this, and I still have to read it…


Have you read any of these? What did you think?

Whats on your September TBR?

Happy reading!

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12 thoughts on “September TBR and reading plan

  1. Yay NaNoWriMo! The last couple of years I’ve really had a hard time with it, and I’m even more busy this year, I worry about being able to accomplish already, haha. Looks like you have a pretty good month ahead of you!

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    1. 😂 1st of September and the worries creeps in. I have to say, for me it’s not about winning or loosing. No matter what I do, I have won. I’ve tried. I’ve written something and gotten somewhere. And that’s good enough for me. But that might be because NaNoWriMo 2018 is only going to be my second ever attempt… maybe I’ll get burnt this year 😳😂

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      1. That’s kind of how I look at it too. But I still would like to finish again some day. I’ve been doing NaNo since 2005 (I’m so old, haha), and I’ve had a few years being a ‘winner’ but every year that I at least write something is a bit of a win in its own way for sure. Good luck to you!

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