Tuesday, September 7, 2021

What I'm Reading Next (48)


I always get a little sad that September is here and beach read season is coming to an end, but this year, I am actually looking forward to all the great fall reads that are coming out. Plus, summer isn't technically over yet, right?  I am squeezing in one more "beachy" read before the month is over!

No Words by Meg Cabot

 A book that takes place in the Florida Keys? Yes, please! After my recent trip to the Florida Keys, I am all about this one. Also, it's Meg Cabot! It's been awhile since I've read one of her novels.



In Royal Service to the Queen by Tessa Arlen

 I love a good royal read, do you? I didn't get to this one over the summer and I hear fans of The Crown will enjoy it.

The Witch Haven by Sasha Peyton Smith

It's almost fall, so bring on all the witchy reads! I heard this YA fantasy is really good and fans of The Diviners will enjoy it.

The Collector's Daughter by Gill Paul

This one is all about the discovery of King Tut's tomb and the first woman who stepped into the tomb. She lived at Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey) and when I visited, I loved their exhibit on King Tut, so I am looking forward to this one.

A Most Clever Girl by Stephanie Marie Thornton

This historical novel is based on the life of a real double agent spy during the Cold War, Elizabeth Bentley.

What books do you hope to read this month? Are any of these books on your list? Let me know in the comments below.


  1. I preordered a copy of The Collector's Daughter, so I'm anxious to get started on it! I hope you love all of these, they all look great.

    1. Maybe we will read The Collector's Daughter around the same time as each other---would love to hear your thoughts! Thanks for visiting, Angela!

  2. I loved In Royal Service, and am looking forward to The Collector's Daughter.

    1. I am reading Royal Service now and it's so good! Glad to hear you enjoyed it as well. Thanks for visiting, Laurel.


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