Tuesday 24 September 2019

Books On My Autumn TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

Right, er... hello. So, between moving house, furnishing and re-decorating said house, having our first house guest and then starting work again for the new school year, blogging was unfortunately left by the wayside. But! I do not want to let this blog die a quiet death and so, here we go!

Books I want to read this autumn - well, there's quite a few and most of them aren't out yet so this is more of a 'books I want to buy this autumn'-type list. 

1 - How to Stop Time by Matt Haig - the last book for my Hogwartsathon TBR (hosted by Georgi at niffler_reads, if you're interested)

2 - The Places I've Cried in Public by Holly Bourne - picked this up at the weekend, planning on reading this ASAP, because my friend Alyce and I are going to see Holly this Sunday at the Bath Children's Literature Festival!

3 - Wayward Son by Rainbow Rowell - due out early October, I pre-ordered the Waterstones fancy colourful edition months ago and I cannot wait to get my hands on it!

4 - The Toll by Neal Shusterman - the finale to the Scythe trilogy, this also featured on my 'Most Anticipated Reads of the rest of 2019'

5 - The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black - what can I say apart from argh? I'm hoping/planning on re-reading books one and two before this comes out, to really appreciated Jude and Carden (mostly Carden) so fingers crossed.

6 - The Prenup by Lauren Layne - picked this up on kindle recently, looked cute, easy to read and I'm a sucker for a good romance.

7 - The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman - another e-book, sounds like a fluffy and funny read about my kind of people: bookish people!

And that is actually it! My TBR is looking kind of sparse at the moment, especially while I'm waiting for all the books to come out, so my last few are sneaking on there, as I'm asking for them for my birthday in mid-October.

8 and 9 - Vicious and Vengeful by VE Schwab - after reading and completely adoring her Shade of Magic trilogy, I'm in need for some more of her stories and these sound amazing!

10 - Red White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston - I know, I am so late to the party on this one! So looking forward to it though, everyone has said great things and I can't wait to get stuck in!

Let me know if we share any TBR goals and what books you're looking forward to this autumn?

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