There’s only one day left in September after today, so it’s time to see what books are releasing in October. September was a full month with a lot of books that we want to read. So how will October be? Keep on reading to see what our anticipated October releases are!
Little Thieves – Margaret Owen (October 5th)
This is a retelling of The Goose Girl but it sounds so much more interesting than that story! I adore the synopsis, the main character seems very morally grey and we all know I love characters like that. This fantasy sounds like it’s right up my alley.
The Holiday Switch – Tif Marcelo (October 5th)
October is filled with Christmassy books and my heart is so happy. Look at this amazing cover! Our main characters accidentally switch phones during the winter break and I have a feeling this is going to lead into some interesting events.
I’m Dreaming of a Wyatt Christmas – Tiffany Schmidt (October 5th)
All I really needed to know was that the main character loves everything Christmas. Seeing how I’m the same way I knew I needed to read I’m Dreaming of a Wyatt Christmas. I’ve read books by this author before and they’re fun, so I’m looking forward to this holiday romance.
So, This is Christmas – Tracy Andreen (October 5th)
I have a feeling this is going to be the heartwarming Christmas story I need in my life. Our main character comes back from boarding school and her life at home seems to be turned upside down. Hopefully she gets an amazing Christmas!
Where There’s a Whisk – Sarah J. Schmitt (October 5th)
I’m a big fan of baking show, so when I saw Where There’s a Whisk I was really excited. It’ll be fun to see how this competition plays out for the main character.
Crossbones – Kimberly Vale (October 5th)
I already wrote a Can’t Wait Wednesday post for this book. It’s about a competition for the crown between pirates and that is basically all I needed to know haha. Also, look at that gorgeous cover!
Vespertine – Margaret Rogerson (October 5th)
This fantasy sounds really cool, it is another one with magical nuns but I think we can use a couple more haha. I also really enjoyed Margaret’s previous book so I have high hopes for this story.
The City Beautiful – Aden Polydoros (October 5th)
The synopsis is a bit confusing to me, maybe because I’m tired haha. But I do think it sounds really interesting. I like that this is a Jewish fantasy and has a historical setting. Chicago is always great to read about so I have high hopes!
Within These Wicked Walls – Lauren Blackwood (October 19th)
Part of the synopsis says; an exorcist hired to cleanse households of the Evil Eye. How cool does that sound? This book is also Ethiopian inspired and I don’t think I’ve read a book like that before. I really like reading more diverse books and I think this will be a great one.
Out of the Fire – Andrea Contos (October 19th)
Sadie meets One of Us is Lying? Yes, please! I’ve been in the mood for thrillers and Out of the Fire sounds amazing. I have a feeling this is going to keep me on the edge of my seat.
That Dark Infinity – Kate Pentecost (October 19th)
This fantasy sounds amazing! I think this synopsis sounds really unique. A mercenary by day and a cursed skeleton by night? Sign me up! And a team-up with a handmaiden to a princess who is the sole survivor of a massacre? Even better!
Lies My Memory Told Me – Sacha Wunsch (October 19th)
Literally sharing memories send like a great idea, so people can experience amazing things, but we all know it could also go terribly wrong. This is going to be interesting.
All the Feels – Olivia Dade (October 26th)
Spoiler Alert has become one of my favorite books that I reread this month. All the Feels is finally almost here and I couldn’t be more excited. We already had a glimpse of Alexander and Lauren. Things are a bit of a mess for Alexander. I can’t wait to read their story!
Duke, Actually – Jenny Holiday (October 26th)
A duke under a lot of pressure and a woman who has sworn off love. These two start off as friends, but we all know that will change. If there are so holiday related aspects to this one I’ll be completely sold.
October doesn’t seem to be as bad as September, but there are definitely some books we’re looking forward to! Are there any October releases we missed you think we’d like? Let us know in the comments! We’d love to hear from you.