Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Spooky Season Readathon TBR

It's now September and that means it's spooky season! It doesn't matter if it's still hot outside or that I'm still in dresses and sitting with a million fans around me. September means spooky season and spooky season means spooky books! This is my favorite time of year (September-December) and I can't wait to dive into all the witchy and spooky books I've been saving for this time. I doubt I'm going to get through all of these books this season but here are a bunch that I'm interested in reading during this spooky season...

Up first is The Kiss Curse by Erin Sterling. This is the sequel/spin-off/companion book to The Ex Hex which was one of my favorite reads of 2021. This sequel came out last year but I was so stressed during last autumn that I didn't get around to it despite my excitement for it. The first book was like a spooky romcom with such great setting and vibes. I loved it so much and I'm just excited to be back in this town and with a rivals-to-lovers storyline. 

Then I want to pickup Payback's A Witch by Lana Harper. This is a sapphic(?) witchy romcom that has been on my tbr since 2021 and I'm determined that this is going to be the year that I finally get to it. I don't know too much about it, all I know is there's queer-ness and I think a competition or something? I'm all for that. Plus, one of my family read it and loved it so I'm even more eager to get to this one. 

Up next is The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna. I have been wanting to read this since it came out last year but didn't get to it during the spooky season. I've been eagerly waiting for spooky season to come back around so that I could get to this. All I really know is there's romance but it's also apparently the perfect cozy fantasy vibes. 

Then we have One Dark Window by Rachel Gillig. I know hardly anything about the actual plot but it's been getting pretty popular on tiktok and bookstagram so I've been thinking about it quite a bit lately. There's a girl with a monster in her head? And a potential romance? I'm in. Plus, the sequel comes out in October so if I love it then I can immediately dive into that one! 

Then I want to get to Belladonna by Adalyn Grace. I've been excited for this since it came out and I've had a copy for a year now. The sequel just came out and I think it's about time for me to finally read it as it's been on the top of my TBR for a while. All I really know is there's a mystery, a girl who can't die, and Death as an actual character. If that doesn't sound like the perfect book for spooky season then I don't know what is. 

Up next is A Witch's Guide to Fake Dating a Demon by Sarah Hawley. All I know about this is it's a witchy romcom between a witch and a legendary demon. Sounds like the perfect spooky recipe to me. I'm not a big horror fan so spooky but comedic movies and books are perfect for me and this sounds right in that category. 

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