September Monthly TBR

Hey Bookworms!

How’s it been going? As you can tell I am back… again. This past year has been a whirlwind and I found it hard to keep up with my reading and the blog. But as of recently, I have been sparked with some new creative juices and felt like it’s time to make a come back to the reading community. It probably won’t be at the capacity that I used to (I used to read A LOT), but I’m hoping to keep this going since I love it so much.

So let’s start out fresh this month with a new TBR that I will most likely not stick to, but it’s always fun to create lists, am I right?

Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim

Rise by Ellen Goodlett

Soul of the Sword by Julie Kagawa

Ziggy, Stardust and Me by James Brandon

The Importance of Being Wilde at Heart by R. Zamora Linmark

These Divided Shores by Sara Raasch

This seems like the month of sequels! I have this habit of starting a series and when the next book finally comes out… I just don’t read them. I know it’s so sad because the first books are usually so good. But to right those wrongs, I have 3 sequels, Rise, Soul of the Sword, and These Divided Shores, to books I have read last year.

I also included the first book in a new fantasy, Spin the Dawn, with one of the most absolutely beautiful covers. The synopsis grabbed my interest even more!

And lastly, I have included 2 LGBTQ+ contemporaries as I want to read more books that I can relate to being part of the queer community, Ziggy, Stardust and Me and The Importance of Being Wilde at Heart. The synopsis’ sound very intriguing to me and I can’t wait to dive in!

Wish me luck!

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Jesse Nicholas lives in Toronto, Canada. He is an aspiring writer and one day wishes to have a novel published. Along with writing, Jesse enjoys music, travel, trashy TV, and is an avid reader of anything in the Young Adult and Fantasy/Sci-Fi genres. He is currently posts reviews on the novels he reads on his blog, and spends hours upon hours coming up with ideas for a future stories.

8 thoughts on “September Monthly TBR”

  1. I also have a bad habit of not reading the sequel to books! I feel like so often the second book isn’t as good as the first… I call it the second book curse… There are some great books on this list though!


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