Tuesday, September 18

Books On Our Fall 2018 TBR





Clare: I am super getting into the spooky mood at the moment. My Halloween reading tends to be more Scooby Doo than actual horror (although there are a few of those too) and I am so excited to get into it!! This is also the perfect excuse I needed to grab onto some of my backlist books!

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Vera: As per usual, my fall tbr consists mostly of dark, creepy and mysterious novels, including new releases, because Septermber and October always feeds us well when it comes to mystery, thriller and horror novels.

We are doing Spooky October for the third time in a row, and we'll have some very special posts ready for you that are literally making me squeal with delight. Like, I'm genuinely so damn excited, I cannot keep calm!! We'll also have a badass giveaway for you as well- so do come back, and check that out. 



      
      

question time!
have you read any of these? what did you think? what type of books do you like to read in the fall? what are the books on your fall tbr?

27 comments:

  1. Ooh I like the spooky reads in October! These look great. A Room Away From the Wolves- what a cover! And Nightbooks looks fun!

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    1. Same! I'm already reading some spooky books - even though in my country we don't celebrate Halloween, the fall gets me in the mood for them.

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  2. Some of those I had never seen around before, but they give me great vibes (although you know I don't like to judge a book by its cover...but some have great titles too!). I'll wait for you to spotlight them in some way though, because right now I'm too lazy to look them up on Goodreads LOL (since you didn't link the first batch of pictures to their books haha), Neverwake (with Dreamfall of course)is on my TBR list, and A Room Away from the Wolves too, because honestly, Nova Ren Suma carved a spot for herself in my little reader's heart.

    Looking forward to your October bonanza! Mine will be boring, I know, because I'm just reviewing a book a week and that's it - but it's still better than all the previous Octobers when I did...nothing.

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    1. Oh, absolutely - some of these titles sound amazing!! Not sure we'Ll be highlighting any of these yet, but we'll see. :)

      Hush! I don't think "just" reviewing is boring. I do actually have two sets of mini reviews planned at the moment, we'll see if one of them will be replaced or not. :)

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  3. I'm so looking forward to Escaping from Houdini! I only finished Hunting Prince Dracula recently and I really got those Autumn / creepy vibes, haha.

    Happy reading to both of you!

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    1. I've just finished Escaping from Houdini, and didn't like it. *sobs* BUT I do hope you'll love it. :)

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  4. I like reading Scooby Doo-type horror at this point of the year, too. Have fun reading Lizzie.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday.

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  5. I have Campfire on hold at the library as we speak and have to pick it up Thursday. Still have not read Meddling Kids but I do own a copy. Wow, some awesome looking books here and YES! Certain Dark Things. It was probably my favorite book of 2017!

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    1. I'm SO EXCITED for Certain Dark Things (and others by the author, all her novels sound amazing!) An actually unique and diverse vampire novel is something I'm super here for.

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  6. I want to read Nightmares!, Meddling Kids, The Broken Girls, and Nightbooks. I read an ARC of Houdini and loved that - such a great series. I have the finished pre-ordered though as I hear the end is different and I'm so curious.

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. I read The Broken Girls, and omfg, it was SO GOOD. I genuinely love each book by the author, but this one is probably my favorite so far.

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  7. I don't know why but the cover of Nightbooks reminds me a little of The Pagemaster ūüėā I'm sure they are nothing alike. I just purchased the first two books by Kerri Maniscalco and hope to read them before the next comes out. Hope you enjoy these!

    Here's my TTT.

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    1. The first two Stalking Jack the Ripper novels were AMAZING, I swear. The third, however... I've just read this week, and it was SO DISAPPOINTING. I do hope you'll love it, though!

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  8. I do a spooky themed month in October too! It's definitely the perfect time of year to get into the mood with books :) Certain Dark Things is on my TBR and I really want to read The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein.

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    1. OOh that's exciting - I'll make sure to check your blog out! :) Hope The Dark Descent doesn't disappoint either one of us. :)

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  9. I haven't read any of these. I don't tend to go for specifically spooky books in October, I just tend to go with whatever I feel like!
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2018/09/18/top-ten-tuesday-177/

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    1. Honestly, same - I'm such a mood reader I'll probably not get around to most of these haha.

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  10. I've only read The Good Demon and it doesn't really work for me, but I plan to read Meddling Kids this halloween too!

    Tasya // The Literary Huntress

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    1. Oh no that makes me sad! I haven't purchased it yet & will probably check the reviews before doing so.

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  11. I heard really good things about Broken Girls. I have that on my TBR too.

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    1. I think you'd love that, Sam - honestly, every book the author has written was excellent, but this is probably my fave.

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  12. Like Clare, my "spooky" is more mysteries and Scooby Doo than horror and ghost stories. Recently, I just added The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle to my fall TBR as the perfect murder mystery for the season.

    Other than that, I am SUPER looking forward to The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein! The original Frankenstein (the book, not the movie) is one of my favorite classics, but I hate how it is portrayed in popular media. I don't like the whole green monster trope with Frankenstein when the story is so much more than that! Hopefully, The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein will be more in line with the original and finally give Elizabeth a voice of her own!

    Tessa @ Crazy for YA

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    1. The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle is on my tbr as well! I can't wait to read it, it sounds unique + I've heard nothing but great things.

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  13. I hope you enjoy all these! I’m hoping to read some Stephen King and some scary books this fall, too.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  14. Campfire is really fun! It's like Scream meets Harper Island!

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