My October hopefuls aren’t too many. I have my eyes on 13 books, a nice mix of different genres, and formats. Mostly because of Spooky October I decided to add a couple thrillers to my tbr for this month. But if I like them, I’ll keep adding some more every month or so. I also have a couple romances I can’t wait to read, and highly anticipate books like Ninth House and Find Me.
October 2019 TBR
I already finished The Nanny and I’m currently listening to The Whisper Man which is getting to the spooky part. I was told not to read it at bedtime – yikes!! I’m also really excited about The Chestnut Man, everyone is raving about it, and of course Ninth House, one of the most anticipated novels of the year.
My romance hopefuls are mostly books by authors that don’t often work for me. That alone will make it an interesting month. KA hasn’t worked for me for a couple years now. But when I found out she loved Daisy Jones & The Six and she used it as inspiration for Fast Lane, I couldn’t have been more excited. We’ll see how it goes. I love Whitney G, and have read pretty much all of her books, so getting a new one is exciting news, I just could use a new 5 star romance – let’s see if she is up for it.
Gypsy King by Devney Perry will be wild card. Like KA, Devney Perry’s books are hit and misses, and even though I loved her Birthday List and Letters To Molly, none of her other books came anywhere close. But I’m excited to see what she does with a new series. Same with Claire Contreras and Melanie Moreland, both authors are hit and misses for me, but I’m always game to give their books a try.
I’m currently reading Moonlighter by Sarina Bowen, and whereas I love her college and ice hockey romances, this one is turning out to be a bit too sweet for my taste. Let’s see how it goes.
Karla Sorensen, is someone I enjoyed reading the last few years, her football series was entertaining, and I’m interested in seeing what she does with this new collaboration. People are RAVING about it.
I’m excited to start this audiobook. Again, it’s a very popular book that people have raved about. The blurb is quite intriguing, and I want to know what it’s all about. Also it will make a nice change of pace between all the thrillers that I picked out for this month.
This book is possibly my most anticipated read of this month. Which is probably not the best putting this much anticipation on one book. But I loved Call My By Your Name so much, and really hope that I’ll get more Elio and Oliver. But I’m prepared for anything.
So that’s it.
What do you have on your October tbr?
October 2019 TBR