Monthly TBR Plan: September 2018

Posted September 12, 2018 by Cristina (Girl in the Pages) in Features, TBR / 12 Comments

I’ve made a lot of reading resolutions, and one of them is to be better about cultivating a monthly TBR. I know so many bloggers do beginning of the month TBR posts and I always LOVE reading them, so I’ve decided to post my own as well! I will include my physical, e-book, and ARC TBRs as well as a status update of where I am prior to starting my upcoming month’s TBR.

Reading Progress Prior To This Month: 60/80 Books Read

Real Talk: I’m SUPER behind on my TBR/reading in general lately- between work and wedding planning, there hasn’t been time for much else! I’m hoping to get some good books in during September to get me excited about reading again!


Next Year in Havana // I was on the wait list for this one through Overdrive for a while, and I finally decided to bite the bullet and treat myself to it. I was pretty bummed when my first copy from Amazon arrived with the cover completely bent in half (hello, salty packaging feedback) but I received a replacement and have since started it. It’s SO GOOD and resonates a lot with me as a child of a Central American immigrant. I think this one’s going to be magic!

Stalking Jack the Ripper // Picked this one up during a crazy Amazon sale last year and have been waiting for the perfect time to read it! With the fall season starting it’s a perfect fit for my upcoming fall TBR.

Strange the Dreamer // I went to see Laini on tour when this one came out and in typical book blogger fashion, never got around to it. I want to see her on tour for Muse of Nightmares next month, so in order to prepare I’m hoping to (finally) read the first book in the series!

For Review

What If It’s Us // I was SO STOKED when I picked up an ARC this spring at YALLWEST (during a rather intense Epic Reads event and associated raffle) and I can’t believe its release date is right around the corner! I’m hoping to get to it ASAP because I finally read Simon this year and LOVED it, and I want to see the authors on tour next month too!


Always and Forever, Lara Jean // So this is a carry over from last month, and I’m a few hours into the audiobook already, and I have to say I’m a little underwhelmed. I think it’s because I am NOT a fan of Peter K (I think Lara Jean deserves better *coughteamJohnAmbrosecough*) and it doesn’t really feel like there’s a huge plot yet, but I’m enjoying spending time again with the Song-Covey household!


Heretics Anonymous // If you’ve been a reader of my blog for a while, you know that I’m a fiend for any YA books that tackle the topic of religion (it’s what I studied in college, after all) so when I got wind of this story that follows a group of misfits at a Catholic school, I was intrigued. Also, I love the subtle joke of the cover (you know the stereotype of people seeing images of Jesus in their toast)?

The Best Man // This one was recommended to me by Lauren, when I was whining to her over Twitter DMs about how I missed the Black Dog Bay series so much! This series apparently has a similar vibe so I decided to check it out based on her recommendation (although we JUST both found out a new Black Dog Bay book popped up on NetGalley and couldn’t hit the request button fast enough)!

Listen To Me // I’ve been on a bit of an adult romance kick lately and somehow came across this series and thought it looked intriguing (it’s about a group of independent business women who own a restaurant, what’s not to love?) however I’ve started it and it’s honestly heading into cheese town pretty fast. Like there’s so much sexual tension between the characters already and they barely know each other and are just constantly inner monologue-ing about how attractive they find the other while being snarky in real life and it’s all I can do to roll my eyes. I’m really hoping it picks up so I don’t have to DNF.

Are any of these on your TBR? What’s your most anticipated book for September? Let me know in the comments!


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