What’s On My Plate – October

I can’t believe it’s October already! I feel like I was just here, talking about my plate full o’ books for September. I managed to complete just about everything I set out to do last month, and here’s what’s happening on Books, Bones & Buffy this month:

For Review:

Edge of Oblivion by J. T. Geissinger. This book is out tomorrow, and I’m hoping to finish reading it today so I can get my review up by then. I am LOVING it. That’s all I’m going to say right now…

Violet Midnight by Lynn Rush. I am participating in a release day event on October 16, and I will be giving away a print copy of Violet Midnight! Stay tuned…

Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone. This book is also out tomorrow, and my review will be a little late since I had so many things to read last month.

Ghost Planet by Sharon Lynn Fisher. This book comes out on October 30, and I’m going to be participating in a blog tour in November. And there might be a giveaway involved…

The Dead of Winter by Lee Collins. This comes out November 1st, so I plan to review it before then.

Passion Blue by Victoria Strauss. This book will also be released on November 1st. I’ve had this for a few months, and it’s finally time to read it!

For Book Club:

The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach. I’ve read amazing reviews about this one, but it’s never been on my radar because it’s about SPORTS. But Book Club is all about reading things that you wouldn’t normally read, so now I’m looking forward to it.

If I Have Time:

The Casual Vacancy by J. K. Rowling. Yes, it’s been getting quite the range of reviews, both good and bad and in between. It seems everyone is thrown off by the fact that J. K. Rowling can actually write something other than children’s fantasy. But I wouldn’t consider myself a true reader unless I read it for myself.

That’s it for October! Happy reading, everyone!

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  1. I’ve heard good things about The Art of Fielding too. I think you’ll enjoy it! Your other October reads look appropriately creepy, especially Edge of Oblivion. Good luck with your reading goals!

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