It’s already September.. Where did the months go? This year is flying by.
For this month I don’t have a lot of things planned, but since I only just started my new job three weeks ago, I’m going to make a realistic TBR for September. I hope to read 1 book each week and I plan on reading a couple of my e-ARC’s.
Let’s take a look at my September TBR!
The e-ARC’s on my September TBR
I Do Not Trust You – Laura J. Burns & Melinda Metz
Published: September 11, 2018 by Wednesday Books
Genre: Young Adult / Fantasy
“From the catacombs of Paris to lost temples in the sacred forests, Memphis and Ashwin crisscross the globe, searching for the pieces of the one thing that might save Memphis’s father.”
The cover of this book.. I can’t get over it! I just started reading my e-ARC (only on page 5) and I’m a host for the blog tour! My post is scheduled for September 8th.
The Lacemaker’s Secret – Kathleen Ernst
Published: October 8, 2018 by Midnight Ink
Series: Chloe Ellefson Mystery #9
“Chloe hopes a consulting job at Green Bay’s Heritage Hill Historical Park, where an old Belgian-American farmhouse is being restored, will be a relaxing escape. Instead she discovers a body in a century-old bake oven.”
When I requested this book, I wasn’t aware this is part of a series. I haven’t read the other books by Kathleen, so I’m not sure what to expect. But I always love a good mystery novel!
Light Years – Kass Morgan
Published: October 9, 2018 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Series: Light Years #1
Genre: Science Fiction / Young Adult
“Reeling from the latest attack by a mysterious enemy, the Quatra Fleet Academy is finally admitting students from every planet in the solar system after centuries of exclusivity.”
I received an ARC of this book in the Illumicrate subscription box of June. It sounds like a reallt fun story!
How to Fracture a Fairy Tale – Jane Yolen
Published: November 5, 2018 by Tachyon Publications
Genre: Short Stories / Retellings
“Yolen fractures the classics to reveal their crystalline secrets, holding them to the light and presenting them entirely transformed.”
Who doesn’t love a good fairy tale retelling?
The audiobooks on my September TBR
The Cult on Fog Island – Mariette Lindstein
Published: August 2015 by A.W. Bruna
Series: Sofia Bauman #1
“The deadliest trap is the one you don’t see.”
I’m currently listening to De Sekte (the Dutch audiobook of The Cult on Fog Island) and so far I love it. I listen to my audiobook when I’m on my way to work on my bike.
Macbeth – Jo Nesbo
Published: April, 2018 by Hogarth
Genre: Mystery / Retelling
“When a drug bust turns into a bloodbath it’s up to Inspector Macbeth and his team to clean up the mess.”
After I finish The Cult on Fog Island, I plan on listening to Macbeth.
What books do you plan on reading in September?