September 2020 TBR

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading!

I still cannot say if this year has been going by quickly or slowly, but I do know that this has been the wackiest and worst year ever, and I think we can all agree about that! This month, I am starting my first year of University, which I am incredibly excited for, even though my first year will be very different than literally every other freshman year in 100 years. But, hey, I’m part of history! Needless to say, I am not exactly sure how much reading I will be able to get done this month. Obviously my priority will be with school, but I will try my very hardest to read as much as possible.


The first book I plan on reading this month is Teammate by David Ross. If you know me in real life, you will know that my second passion besides books is baseball! I am a baseball fanatic, and because I always try to bring books into every aspect of my life, I started the MLB Book Club! While this book is not our September pick, I am still very excited to read it.


The second book I hope to read is When No One Is Watching by Alyssa Cole. Cole is an incredibly popular adult romance author, but when I saw that she was writing a thriller novel with some aspects of horror (I believe), I knew I needed to pick it up! This book has just been released, and I hope to read and review it for you very soon!


The third book I plan on reading is A Nearly Normal Family by M.T. Edvardsson. I have actually already started this novel, but I put it down a few days ago to take a little reading break. I hope to get back to it as soon as possible, as I have been enjoying it thus far!


From there, I hope to read Such A Fun Age by Kiley Reid. This book has been getting loads of praise recently, which is why I decided to pick it up from Book Depository last month. I love this UK cover, and I hope this novel lives up to my highest expectations!


The fifth book I hope to complete this month is You Should See Me In A Crown by Leah Johnson. I don’t think I have heard one negative thing about this novel, and since I found it in paperback on Book Depository, I knew I needed to pick it up! I definitely will be reading this book this month!


The second last book I hope to read this month is His & Hers by Alice Feeney. I have never read an Alice Feeney book before, but apparently according to many trusted reviewers, this is her best one yet!


The last book I will try my best to complete this month is You Had Me At Hola by Alexis Daria. I pre-ordered this book to arrive right on release day, but unfortunately I prioritized some of my ARCs, which lead me to spend no time reading this one. I really want to get to it this month, as I have heard some amazing things about it!


Those are all of the books I hope to read this month! I hope everyone who is going back to school, or has children or grandchildren returning to school (either in-person or online), will have a safe and successful return!

Good Night Book Owls!

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