Bookish Item| September TBR

It honestly feels like I just sat down to write my post about my August TBR. So it’s really weird to be planning my September TBR. 2020 is going by really fast, but slow at the same time. Even though my August TBR didn’t exactly go as planned, I’m excited about the books I want to read next month. I will be reading a lot of ARCs and have quite a few blog tours, but they all look amazing. Keep reading to find out what books I plan to read in September!

Group Reads

Like mentioned many times before, I’m a moderator for the TBR and Beyond Book Club on Facebook. I’ll be reading two books for the group this month.

You Had Me at Hola – Alexis Daria Romance is always a genre that I enjoy. You Had Me at Hola recently came out and readers have been really excited about it. A romcom set in the world of telenovelas. This is going to be a lot of fun!

The House in the Cerulean Sea – TJ Klune This is a book I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about. Apparently The House in the Cerulean Sea makes you very happy. Sounds like a book we all need.

Book Clubs

Besides the Facebook group, I also participate in a few book clubs on Instagram and Twitter: Bookgizmo and Middle Grade Marvels.

Bone Crier’s Moon – Kathryn Purdie Keeping dead from preying on the living? I think that sounds like the start of an interesting story. A few friends of mine enjoyed this book, so I have a feeling I will as well.

Keeper of the Lost Cities – Shannon Messenger I’ve been wanting to give this middle grade seris a go since I started hearing about it last year. Even though it’s been around a little longer. Keeper of the Lost Cities is a book I received for Christmas. I’d say it’s time to read it.

Review Books

There are a few books beside the ones I’m listing below. I just haven’t gotten confirmation that I’m getting the ARC, so I won’t put them down here yet!

Penthouse Prince – Kendall Ryan A single dad romance? Yes please! Kendall is an author that writes books I love, so I know this will be a pleasure to read.

Rock Star, Confined – S.M. Shade This author has books that make you laugh out loud, but also hits you in all the feels. The last duology was really good, so I’ve been excited for this book since the author announced it was coming.

Rocked – Julia Wolf I love the rock stars Julia Wolf has created. They’re not the typical rock stars you expect. I didn’t really care for the main character this book is about in previous books, but I know the author is going to change my mind!

Miss Understood – Miranda Elaine & Amie Knight In August I read the first novella in this little duology. Even though it wasn’t my favorite story, it did make me laugh. I’m curious about this story.

Lies & Lullabies – Sarina Bowen I’ve been excited about Lies & Lullabies. This is the first book in a trilogy that will have books by three authors I love. I’m so excited!!

Blog Tours

I’m swamped with blog tours this month, but I’m so excited. These are all books I’m really curious about. I’m hoping to love them all.

Ironspark – C.M. McGuire A teen outcast has to keep her family and town safe from murderous fae. After reading that first sentence I didn’t need to know more. Definitely my type of book.

The Ineritance Games – Jennifer Lynn Barnes So this author is on my autobuy list and I was so glad when I was put on the blog tour for The Inheritance Games. This book sounds amazing and I’ve been hearing nothing but positive things and that readers just can’t put it down. I’d say that sounds promising.

Quiet No More – Nikki Barthelmess I’m a fan of heavy hitting contemporaries and Quiet No More is one of them. I just finished the book before this one, The Quiet You Carry, and it wasn’t an easy read, but it was good. I need a couple of fun books before taking on this one.

The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life – Dani Jansen Speaking of a fun one. The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life sounds amazing! I think this is going to be a fast, fun and interesting read.

Chasing Starlight – Teri Bailey Black I really enjoyed this author’s book Girl at the Grave. It was one that had me hooked from the start. Chasing Starlight takes place in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Even though I’m not a fan of the cover I think the story is going to be great.

Furia – Yamile Saied Mendez Our main character is an amazing soccer player who hopes to get a scholarship. I have a feeling this isn’t going to be an easy path. Furia is an ownvoices story and I’m looking forward to reading.

The Wild Path – Sarah R. Baughman Middle grade is bringing us some amazing stories this year and I have a feeling The Wild Path will be added to that list. A book with a mystery and equine therapy sounds really good.

A Curse of Gold – Annie Sullivan This is the sequel to A Touch of Gold. I really enjoyed that story and it was my first ever King Midas retelling. The story didn’t end really open, but open enough that it left me wanting more. I can finally read how this story will end.

Anticipated Releases

There are a few books releasing this month that I really hope to read as soon as possible!

A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire – Jennifer L. Armentrout From Blood and Ash was one of my favorite books this year, so I was a very happy bookworm when the author announced we only had a little wait for the sequel. A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire releases on September 1st! I can’t wait.

Cemetery Boys – Aiden Thomas Another anticipated release of mine this year. I actually ordered the debut box from Illumicrate. I’m hoping it ships on time and if it does, I’ll definitely be reading it next month.

So these are some/most of the books I want to read in September! If you’ve read any of these, I’d love to hear your opinion. What do you plan on reading next month? Let me know in the comments!

One thought on “Bookish Item| September TBR

  1. I’m in the middle of HOLA, and hope I can finish it before month’s end. The House in the Cerulean Sea was SO GOOD!!! Can’t wait to hear your thoughts. And you got so many great books on your tbr like Lies & Lullabies, Cemetery Boys and Furia – I’m looking forward to all of them.

    ~ Corina | The Brown Eyed Bookworm

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