TBRs and Wrap ups

September 2017 TBR (Or the month where I plan to read alllll the ARCs)

September 2017 TBR

September has arrived in style with dew on the grass and frost in the air. I hope we get some more warm weather before autumn really sets in.

Since I still have a lot of ARCs from YALC to get through before they’re released this month, my TBR consists of mostly those, plus a few other gems.

This month’s reads:

What do you guys plan on reading this month? Are there any new releases you’re excited for?

Until next time, Kate

12 thoughts on “September 2017 TBR (Or the month where I plan to read alllll the ARCs)

  1. Great looking TBR! I’m hoping to read a few of my ARCs too and the current challenge is to read every other book as an ARC/eARC – didn’t always go to plan in August though!
    I read Things A Bright Girl Can Do last month and I thoroughly enjoyed it, will be looking out to see what you think!
    I also have A Shiver of Sky and Snow and Invictus to read! Enjoy!

    1. Ah awesome! Yeah, I saw quite a few people doing ARC August, but I didn’t know if I’d have enough ARCs to take part! Ooh, what did you think of Things a Bright Girl Can Do? It sounds right up my street, being about feminism and the suffragettes. πŸ™‚

      1. I absolutely loved TABGCD. It’s really informative without being overwhelming and the three leading ladies are fantastic. I loved that they all had a slightly differing view on it but at heart all wanted the same thing. REALLY good!!
        Oh gosh well I have so many titles on NG to read that I really need to get the number down so that is my plan, if I don’t stick to it that’ll be okay though πŸ™‚

  2. Check Please sounds like something I’d love. Anything that features hockey is an automatic plus in my book. I hope you enjoy Invictus. That is definitely one of my most anticipated books of the year.

  3. Gentleman’s Guide was so much fun, I hope you love it as much as I did!!! And I am SO JEALOUS of your Invictus ARC, I hope you loved it too! I can’t wait for it to come out so I can read it too. Sci-fi is my JAM. πŸ˜€

  4. So many great picks here!! I loved The Last Magician when I read it a few months ago. I was afraid that it being a long book would end up boring me (because long books often do), but that was not an issue AT ALL. I’ll also be reading Invictus this month and I’m really excited. It looks so good! I’m hoping to read The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue soon, but I probably won’t get to it this month. Maybe in October!

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