September: I Hope I Read

Well Hello! It’s September already…1 more month til my birthday! This is not what I am supposed to be discussing, let me focus. Alright, this month I have a calendar and some other organizing things to keep me focused on what I need to read, so here is hoping I am actually able to stick to my TBR more.

I actualy did way better at completing last month’s TBR though, so…yeah
Now that I am done praising myself and telling you stuff you didn’t come here to read, let me show you my TBR.

#NotYourPrincess by Lisa Charleyboy & Mary Beth Leatherdale

Dear Delilah by T. Bester

Children of Neptune by Makenna Snow

Animal Graph by M. Black

Raincheck by Marlo Lanz

The Book of Esther by Emily Barton

I am actually really excited about reading these ARCs. I am kind of worried as well, because hell hath no fury than Isatta reading a terrible book, but I tried choosing things that appealed to me. Next will be my two book club books. Some of you may or may not know, I am a member of the Literary Savants and we meet in a game called Second Life once a month to discuss our book of the month. I also recently joined another book club called The Boho Book Club which I am super stoked about. So much so, I am almost done with the book.

Book Club Books

Loving Day by Mat Johnson

Almost by Anne Eliot

By now, you should be wondering if there is anything I plan to read just for me. If you aren’t I just want you to know I feel very unloved and you should be ashamed of yourself.

Books I Think I want to Read*

Forbidden by Beverly Jenkins

The Valiant by Lesley Livingston

* This list is subject to change based on how I feel that day.

This ends my Hopeful reads list. What books do you hope to read this month? Did you complete your previous TBR?

Ciao Book THOTS!



  1. After your suggestion of “#Notyourpriness”. I purchased it for my sister who loves to read (as you already know). I found myself reading it, enjoying it, then loving it. I do not own many books (many were lost sighs) the few I have my favorite author Stephen King has written them. I have pushed this book in between my collections of horror and feels tho out of place there it belongs there. I have since ordered my sister her own copy of the book. I just hope she does not get one for herself before she opens it as a Christmas Gift` lol

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