Aaah! More books! As I mentioned in my previous post, September is an awesome month for books and a lot of interesting ones are being published in the coming weeks. I had to make two posts because otherwise it’d be way too much. I’m not telling you to add all of these to your TBR.. but..
add them to your TBR. Enjoy!
To Drink Coffee with a Ghost by Amanda Lovelace
I love Lovelace’s books. This one is something special though. It covers the question “What happens when someone dies before they’re able to redeem themselves?” and is mainly about Lovelace’s relationship with her now deceased mother.
To Drink Coffee with a Ghost is out September 17.
The Babysitters Coven by Kate Williams
A heroic lineage of superpowers, magic rituals, and saving the innocent from seriously terrifying evil? Sign me the fuck up.
The Babysitters Coven is out September 17.
The Tea Dragon Festival by Katie O’Neill
I read an eARC of this graphic novel and it’s truly amazing. Not only do I love the art style, but O’Neill has incorporated sign language in the story, which is something I hadn’t seen before.
The Tea Dragon Festival is out September 17.
Kingdom of Souls by Rena Barron
I think this might be one of my most anticipated books of the year. It’s about magic and demons and even though one of my closest friends DNFed it, I’m staying hopeful.
Kingdom of Souls is out September 19.
Wayward Son by Rainbow Rowell
Simon and Baz are finally back! When I finished Carry On, I didn’t really need another book, nevertheless, I’m happy. I just hope it won’t disappoint, but Rowell knowing, it might just work!
Wayward Son is out September 24.
The Bone Houses by Emily Lloyd-Jones
I’m not a huge fan of horrorstories, and I’m not sure this is one, but it is about gravediggers, curses and adventure. And look at the cover! It looks amazing and I’m hoping the book is equally amazing.
The Bone Houses is out September 24.
Slay by Brittney Morris
I love me some hidden identity stories, but this one is more than a simple story. If I am to believe the reviews, this is a story about a badass black gamer girl, who creates her own game and battles racism. A story which celebrates being black. I really hope this book will end up being something kids can look up to.
Slay is out September 24.
The Infinite Noise by Lauren Shippen
I love the Bright Sessions podcast. I’m pretty sure it was one of the first podcasts I’ve listened to (I was late to the game). The story is really interesting and different from anything I’d ever heard. I can’t wait until I can read it, I think I’ll listen to the podcast all over again to prepare myself!
The Infinite Noise is out on September 24.
And that’s it for this month! I’m definitely going to be spending lots of money on these books. My room is already overflowing with books, meaning I might have to make room first before I order more books.. (I should.. but am I going to? who knows..). Is there a book here that piqued your interest? Let me know in the comments!