Happy Friday bookish people! I am happy today to be bringing you my TBR for october!
October is a busy month for me, I have my RDC2 Assessment coming up in December so a lot of work needed for that and also – my sister is getting married this month! Which is so exciting. While she is on her honeymoon I get to stay at her house and look after her cat so that will also be interesting.
I am also going to London this month for the Billy Idol concert, and while there I have been invited to a book event with Orion publishing and excited doesn’t even begin to cover my feelings for that. After the event I am getting the sleeper train home and that will be an experience I am sure.
Anyway, to do all this I am going to need some good books so here is my October TBR!
Beach Read by Emily Henry
I am quite excited to read this book, I currently have the ebook on loan from my local library.
Devil Makes Three by Tori Bovelino
This book is set in a library or school and is full of spooky plot ideas perfect for October reading.
Nothing More to tell by Karen M McManus
I have just bought this book and I am very excited to read it, I love her books and this one is perfect for my PhD.
Pages and Co by Anna James
The third book, I can’t remember right now what the title is but I enjoyed the first two and this could be a nice light read for me.
Finale by Stephanie Garber
I have read the first two books in the Caraval series and loved them but I have heard mixed things about this final book so I have been putting off reading it, maybe this month is the month.
Belladonna by Adalyn Grace
This books sounds so good and I just got this book in last month’s fairyloot box.
Three Dahlias by Katy Watson
This book has all the elements I love, an old manor house, a small cast of characters, a murder mystery I cannot wait to read it.
The new anthology of Marple short stories is another book that is right up my street, I always loved Poirot more but honestly I will take any Agatha Christie I can get.
Once Upon A Broken Heart by Stephanie Garber
I really love Stephanie Garber’s books and this one has such a beautiful cover that I can’t wait to read it.
A Fatal Crossing by Tom Hindle
A murder mystery, set on a boat. It sounds amazing.
Your Turn To Die by Sue Wallman
Her books are always so tense and psychological so I am very excited to read it in October.
European Travels for the Monstrous Gentlewomen by Theodora Goss
This book is big but I am loving historical settings at the moment.
Devil’s Advocate by Steve Cavanaugh
After reading the synopsis of this book I love the idea of a law setting in a thriller.
That’s it for my October TBR, I hope you all enjoyed it. What books are you reading in October? Have you read any of these?