If you have been following me for a while, you know that I don’t usually do TBR posts. The reason being that I rarely follow the list and end up reading really randomly. This month though, as part of my whole plan to be a part of blogtober, I thought it would be fun to do a TBR post and see how many of them will I actually end up reading. Wish me luck 😀
This post is based on one of the prompts that Jenniely suggests using for Blogtober. Check out her post here.
Also, how do you like the new post-banner colors? I love these dazzling fall vibe colors ❤
Here is my TBR list for the month. I have included an eclectic range of books from all genres.
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Not Gods But Monsters (Realm of Tah’afajien #1)
Author: Joshua Banker
Genres: Speculative fiction, Fantasy, Sci-fi
This book is the first in a series of two books. The author sent me both of these books for review. I love reading fantasy and this one blends fantasy with sci-fi. The synopsis also gave me ‘hunger games’ vibes of a girl going against the system, although the synopsis does suggest that the MC is in a good place when the story starts.
Rescuing The Prince
Author: Meghan Mcvey
Genres: Fantasy, YA
I may or may not have accepted this due to the cover 😉 I was sent this book too by the author and the synopsis includes a Dragon, so I had to accept it!
Never Be Alone
Author: Paige Dearth
Genres: Horror, Mystery & Thriller
This is probably the first time I am going to be reading something from the ‘Horror’ genre and from the looks of it this one seems like a good start. It has got excellent ratings on goodreads and very good reviews. I requested this on Netgalley during one of my requesting sprees there 😛
The Toy Thief
Author: D. W. Gillespie
Doesn’t this cover give you the creeps? Another horror genre book that I requested on Netgalley solely because of the creepy vibe this one gives off. I included this and the previous book to satisfy the spookiness craving of October.
Fromage à Trois
Author: Victoria Brownlee
Genres: Women’s fiction, Romance, Contemporary
The cover justifies my choice of this book! Paris and cheese? Take my money and give me the book! Well, not really 😀 This one was a ‘Read Now’ on Netgalley and I instantly knew that I have to read this. This one is kept on my TBR as a light and cute gateway amidst all the spooky seriousness.
Sister of Saidnaya
Author: Rose Ann Kalister
Genres: Historical Fiction
I was sent this copy by the Publishers. It looked compelling and it includes Syria. The Syrian crisis is one that is actually very close to my heart. Through this book, I expect to see the world through the eyes of a Syrian immigrant as the book promises. I have great expectations from this one!
First Comes Marriage
Author: Huda Al- Marashi
Finally, here is another cute romance story but this time, it’s Non-fiction. I requested this book from the publishers since I saw a mutual raving about it.
There it is! My TBR for the month of October. What books are on your reading list this month?