What I’m Reading in September

Oh man, I love September! It’s the beginning of fall, back to school, the heat FINALLY starts to go away … not to mention hot drinks, casseroles, warm socks, sweaters, leggings, and … books!

I’m not sure if it’s because of the whole going back to school and learning thing that usually happens in the fall, but when this time of year comes around, all I want to do is read! I tend to hang up my summer romance books and take out the cozy mysteries, the thrillers, the scary horror novels … I take out more audiobooks as I prepare the house for winter and try to sit down with a cup of coffee or a cup of tea and read a nice thick hardcover while the kids sleep. It’s the perfect season!

This month is going to be a catch up month for me with review books. I’m not sure how I’ve been accumulating so many, but I need to get on them! These will be my top priority books this month and I hope to be totally caught up by the end of the month!

all the things we leave behind one was lost smoke the courtship basket a heart most certain a tapestry of secrets
  1. All The Things We Leave Behind by Riel Nason (Courtesy of Raincoast Books)
  2. One Was Lost by Natalie D. Richards (Courtesy of NetGalley)
  3. Smoke by Catherine McKenzie (Courtesy of Thomas Allen & Son)
  4. The Courtship Basket (Amish Heirloom, #2) by Amy Clipston (Courtesy of Booksneeze)
  5. A Heart Most Certain (Teaville Moral Society, #1) by Melissa Jagears (Courtesy of Nuts About Books)
  6. A Tapestry of Secrets (Appalachian Blessings, #3) by Sarah Loudin Thomas (Courtesy of Nuts About Books)

Have you read any of these books? What’s on your September TBR? 


My home is where my books are. - Ellen Thompson

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