#TBR October 2019

We’re already a week into October and I’m running so behind! September was not as productive reading-wise as I had hoped or anticipated, and so far, October has been just trying to play catch-up.

So I think it’s time to create my game plan!

I have some exciting new things going on, aside from starting a new job, which is the largest reason for my lack of reading progress and serious reduction in free time. I started a new local book club that will meet for the first time this month… see the book for that listed below!

I’m also participating in a Romance Readathon this month that I’m pretty excited about, and my TBR this month will reflect that, too. I’ll note the books for that.

Find the full October 2019 Goodreads TBR List for this selection here.

What I’ll Be Reading In October:


Avery Flynn

#Readathon: Thanksgiving – a book with a group of friend characters.

Women’s Fiction

Local Women’s Fiction Book Club pick

Historical Fiction


Forgotten Bones
Vivian Barz


Serpent and Dove
Shelby Mahurin

#Readathon: Halloween – vampires, shifters, witches, and fae

YA (Mid-Grade)


#Readathon: Christmas/Chanukah/Festivus – a holiday romance


Heidi’s Guide to Four Letter Words
Tara Sivec and Andi Arndt

#Readathon: Sparkly and New – a new-to-you author


Mia Sheridan

#Readathon: a book on your GoodReads TBR list

You may or may not notice a few of these books were on September’s TBR. I didn’t get to Tomboy, The Winemaker’s Wife, or Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in September, though I did read a couple of books that weren’t originally on my TBR. I guess it all evens out in the wash one way or another.

What are you reading this month? Are you doing the Readathon?

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