[Monday Edition] Top Ten Tuesdays #254: Fall TBR

Posted September 23, 2019 / Top 10 Tuesdays, Weekly Memes / 2 Comments

Fall TBR – Review Copies

Top Ten Tuesdays were started by The Broke and the Bookish and are now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, where we make lists of our top ten books (or something else!) based on that week’s prompt. The topics are provided ahead of time and can be found here. Book links bring you to Goodreads or my review.

I have a blog tour posting tomorrow, so I’m moving this week’s TTT to a Monday to keep it up! I don’t think I’ve missed a single TTT post since 2014 so why stop now?

I posted my FALL BINGO TBR, which would look quite similar to this one, so I decided to make this one all about the REVIEW COPIES. I have a lot of books I’m hoping to read to get going on my challenges and to read more of certain genres, but my most important reading goal is to get my review copy ratio to 80% by the end of the year. I am reaaaally hoping for it, so let’s see how this shakes out! Not all of these will be egalleys though, some are luckily ~spooky~ fall picks that I was sent.

Physical Review Copies


Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky | I was so excited when I saw this available through the Forever/Hachette request form! I loved PERKS like many others and have been dying for more. This seems creepy and I’ve heard the pacing is a bit slow, but it’ll be a great October read for me to savor.

Steele Ops series by April Hunt | Forever Romance sent me LETHAL REDEMPTION, the second book in the Steele Ops series, and I think it’s right up my alley! I’ve been wanting to read a bit more action-oriented books, and it’s even better with a touch of romance. Because I’m me, I’ll read book one before diving into this one. It’s out in November.

Digital Review Copies

Mooncakes Ricochet The Bone Charmer (The Bone Charmer, #1) The Bromance Book Club (Bromance Book Club, #1)

Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker | I definitely plan to read this in October for obvious reasons! This will be a quick read because it’s a graphic novel, but many people have loved it so far.

Ricochet by Kathryn Berla | I love books about parallel universes or multiverses and this will definitely fit the bill! I requested it very quickly, despite seeing zero buzz about it, but I’m excited nonetheless.

The Bone Charmer by Breeana Shields | This is an old review copy, I’m ashamed to say, because we all know I’m very moody about fantasy books. I’m intrigued by it and need to at least give it a shot! I know October/November would be the right time for me to read it too.

The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams | I’m so excited about this one. I anticipate reading it this week during Contemporary-a-thon because I want to get ahead on review copies while also catching up on them… what else is new?

His Hideous Heart Twice in a Blue Moon The Map from Here to There (The Start of Me and You, #2) Tweet Cute

His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Alder | I should have read this already – what else is new? – but I knew that reading a story or two per week during October would be good for spookier season.

Twice in a Blue Moon by Christina Lauren | I’ve only read one book by this writing duo but I loved it enough to request their upcoming release! I love the sound of it. I think some people, who have been reading them forever, are upset the books are less steamy than their older books, but it’s my only experience with them so far.

The Map from Here to There by Emery Lord | I KNOW I won’t be able to wait on this one. There’s a good chance I read it immediately because I love its predecessor and Emery Lord so damn much.

Tweet Cute by Emma Lord | This is confusing, following after the previous author name and another cute illustrated cover. This isn’t releasing until 2020 either but it’s another super highly anticipated book for me. So why not go for it this fall amongst all the creepy books?!

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