my October reading list

Friday, October 06, 2017
Happy Friday! It's time for another reading list! I read three books in September and I'm going for five books in October. 

I also re-signed up for Book of the Month (because if you sign up now, you can get Turtles All The Way Down by John Green as an additional FREE book in your October box! Yes!) and I can't wait to get my selections for this month. I picked After the Eclipse by Sarah Perry, a true crime memoir

I picked up Wicked Like a Wildfire by Lana Popovic at Barnes and Noble more than a month ago, but it's been on my list of books I had to read since the spring. I love to track young adult releases (I use Goodreads to do that, they have tons of lists for monthly releases) ahead of time and decide what I want to read before the book is even released, and Wicked Like a Wildfire was high up on my list. Not only is the cover gorgeous, but the storyline sounds totally unique and beautifully told to boot.

And of course I can't live without reading Turtles All the Way Down by John Green! When I saw I could get John Green's newest book for free by signing back up for Book of the Month, I was so there. I don't even know what it's about – but it doesn't matter.

I started listening to What Happened by HRC on audiobook this week, and I have the hardback as well in case I want to reread or reference anything. Without getting political, this is a truly excellent book. I have laughed, cried and cheered with Hillary, and I'm only a few hours into the 15 hours of audio. It is really worth it just to hear her talk about her favorite snacks. 

And then I saw All Rights Reserved by Gregory Scott Katsoulis pop up on a monthly release list a while back and was immediately and instantly fascinated. When I ordered a load of books from Barnes and Noble recently, it was the first one in my cart. The book is set in a world where words, phrases and even actions like kisses and hugs are trademarked. Using any of them costs you. It sounds fascinating


What are you reading in October? What should I read next?


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