Monday, September 10, 2018

What I'm Reading Next (14)


So, normally I try to post these at the beginning of the month, but I am finding myself a bit behind. I blame Labor Day Weekend and the crazy heat wave we experienced in PA.  It felt like summer wasn't going to end and I, of course, was soaking up every last drop.  

To me, September is sort of just an extension of summer even though school is back in session and everything is gearing up for pumpkin, pumpkin, pumpkin.  I'm still reading my beach reads this month, dammit.  Next month is a different story, but I am holding on tightly to summer and the sunshine for one more month.

I plan on trying to read a few more of the "beach reads" from my July and August TBR, but I'm adding these books into the mix. 


Adult Fiction:


Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman 


I love suspenseful beach reads and this one sounds fantastic. I mean Reese approves, so it must be good, right?



The Lost Queen by Signe Pike 


Ok, I am SUPER excited for this book and definitely plan on making time for it this month. It is being billed as Outlander meets The Mists of Avalon meets Phillipa Gregory. What a brilliant combo! 



The Glass Ocean by Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig and Karen White 


I LOVE all of these authors, so this is a must read for me. The novels deals with the doomed RMS Lusitania. 


Young Adult Fiction:


In Another Time by Caroline Leech

I am always on the hunt for a good historical YA read and this one sounds compelling. It's set during WWII in the Scottish Highlands. 



The Other Side of Lost by Jessi Kirby


I always enjoy Jessi Kirby's novels, so I am looking forward to her latest. It's being described as Wild for young adults. I've read some mixed reviews though. If you read it, let me know your thoughts!


So, what do you plan to read this September? Are you like me and going to continue to throw in some beach reads or are you all about the fall reads at this point? Let me know! 

2 comments:

  1. Something in the Water was so good - just tension-filled the whole time!

    I really enjoyed The Other Side of Lost, too!

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    1. I am about 100 pages into it and it has me on the edge of my seat! I'm glad to hear you enjoyed Jessi Kirby's novel. I read some mixed reviews which had me a bit hesitant. Thanks for visiting, Angela!

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