I’m back everyone! I know that the reality is that I didn’t post for a couple of weeks, but it honestly feels a lot longer than that, and I’ve been itching to getting back into the swing of my reading and writing passions.
October has already been a big deal for me since I’ve started a new and ~very~ busy work schedule; so I’m going to have to learn how to be organized and consistent all over again! But, for the time being, I’ll keep myself accountable to blogging regularly. Even if it means I have to figure out a new Instagram schedule… Without further ado, here are the books I’m hoping to read this month!
The Wicked Deep by Shea Earnshaw
Goodreads rating: 3.85/5.0
First of all, I just have to say that I LOVE this author’s name. I don’t know if it’s a pen name, or her real name, but I love the way it rolls off the tongue, and I never have trouble remembering who wrote this book! Anyways, the story is about three sisters who, long ago were executed for witchcraft, but return from the dead every Summer to lure attractive young boys to their deaths.
It basically sounds like an edgier, more grown-up version of Hocus Pocus, and if that’s the case, I’m all for it!
Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice
Goodreads rating: 3.98/5.0
I have been itching to read this book for a long time at this point, and I feel like everyone on Earth has either read the book or at least seen the movie at this point except for me. No, I’ve never seen the movie! But I LOVE the idea of ‘vampire culture’, and books that are told through the view of one of the characters of the book are always fascinating to me.
Pet Sematary by Stephen King
Goodreads rating: 3.93/5.0
I have read two (2) Stephen King novels in my life; ‘Carrie’ and ‘Salem’s Lot’, both of which I enjoyed thoroughly, especially Salem’s Lot, which I wrote a review of on Goodreads. Since then, I have been itching to read more King novels, and I got this one at a used bookstore for only $1 since the paperback cover literally fell off as I pulled it off the shelf. This book sounds super spooky and I think it will make a great October read!
So that is all for my October TBR; I know it’s a lot shorter than my September TBR was, but like I mentioned earlier, I’m trying to figure out my schedule at the moment, so I just don’t have as much time to read. What books are on your TBR list for this month? And have you read any of the books on mine? Let me know in the comments below, and have a great rest of the week!