So, my tbr for this month is a bit shorter than August’s. I’m starting my senior year of college in a couple days and that means I’ll have way less time for reading—well non-required reading at least. Let me know what books are on your September tbr in the comments!
1. Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas
I read Throne of Glass this past month and absolutely loved it. It took me so long to get into this series and I plan on making up for that. Will Celaena end up with Chaol, Dorian, or someone completely new? What’s gonna happen with the king? And all the weird demons? I need to know.
2. Being Sloane Jacobs by Lauren Morrill
So I started this book a while ago and never finished it. I’m about like fifty pages in. I plan on restarting. It’s not because I didn’t like the book or anything I think I just got into a slump with contemporaries. Anyway, Lauren Morrill is going to be at the Boston Teen Author festival this month and I want to read it before I see her and have her sign it and my copy of Meant to Be.
3. Lady Renegades by Rachel Hawkins
This book was on my August tbr. I know, I’m bad. I just never got around to buying it, and my library doesn’t have it. I know I need to pick it up soon or I’ll forget about it and never finish the series—which is sad because the Rebel Belle books are really fun and enjoyable.
4. The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz
I got this book as a present back in February and was super pumped about it, as it had been on my wishlist for a while. I want to get around to it this month because I know it’s a bit denser literary fiction, and once I start having to read a lot of literary fiction for classes it won’t be the genre I’ll turn to for pleasure reading. I don’t know if any of that made sense. Whoops.
5. The Princess Bride by William Goldman
I started reading this book a month or two ago. I’ve kind of just been picking it up between books or when I have very little time. I’m not worried about forgetting anything because I’ve seen the movie a million times and it’s basically the same. Still, I’d like to finish it this month.
6. The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi
I wanted this book back when it came out—I mean why wouldn’t I, the cover is gorgeous—but never got it. Money man. Anyway, Roshani Chokshi is also going to be at the Boston Teen Author Festival, and I’d really like to own and read the book before I see her.