Tell Me Something Tuesday is a weekly discussion post where bloggers discuss a wide range of topics from books and blogging to life in general. This week’s topic is…
What books are you looking forward to reading in Fall 2021?
Woohoo! I’m very excited to start my fall reading list. Cool breezes, crunchy leaves, hot coffee and a book — what could be better? I’ve picked nine new releases, three for each month, that I’m looking forward to reading, hopefully this fall or ASAP.
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Here we are, already wrapping up the month of July. Did you know that August 1st is the start of my Halloween season? I’m excited. Unfortunately I haven’t gotten much reading done over the past couple of weeks. In the evenings I’m so tired, I just crash. Maybe it’s the heat.
Myrtle the Nightmare Catcher with a recent read. ♥
First off, I want to share a photo of sweet Myrtle, who I won in a giveaway last week. She’s a nightmare catcher crafted by Jenclair from Bayou Poste & Craft / A Garden Carried in the Pocket. Myrtle is so cute, and I love her details, like the heart patch pined to her clothes and the sachet of lavender sewn on her back. Thank you, Jen!
Some other news — I’m starting a new job soon! Prior to the pandemic, I was a teacher’s aide in a special ed classroom, but I left when my own kids started remote learning. I’ve decided to return to the same work but at a different school. Even though my family and I are fully vaccinated, I still have concerns, especially since younger students aren’t eligible for the vax yet. But, I’m still looking forward to getting back into the swing of things.
I might not have as much time to blog and blog hop until things get settled with the new school year. I won’t be on an official hiatus in August, but I may be missing from time to time!
★ I wanted to add that I’ve greatly enjoyed blogging this year and redirecting my focus back to the blog community. I’ve made some great new friends and reconnected with old ones. Thank you all for being so awesome! ★
Last Two Weeks on the Blog:
- WHERE THE TRUTH LIES by Anna Bailey
- THE PEOPLE WE KEEP by Allison Larkin
- DEATH IN CASTLE DARK by Veronica Bond
Recent Bookshelf Additions:
- MRS ENGLAND by Stacey Halls (The Book Depository)
- BEFORE YOU KNEW MY NAME by Jacqueline Bublitz (The Book Depository)
- AN AMBUSH OF WIDOWS by Jeff Abbott (NetGalley)
- THE GOLDEN COUPLE by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen (NetGalley)
- CACKLE by Rachel Harrison (NetGalley)
- HOW TO BOOK A MURDER by Cynthia Kuhn (NetGalley)
Thanks for stopping by & have a wonderful August! — 𝓓𝓲𝓪𝓷𝓪
A weekly post to highlight an upcoming book or new release that I’m looking forward to reading. This week’s pick is…
by Rachel Harrison
Release Date: October 5, 2021
A darkly funny, frightening novel about a young woman learning how to take what she wants from a witch who may be too good to be true, from the author of The Return.
All her life, Annie has played it nice and safe. After being unceremoniously dumped by her longtime boyfriend, Annie seeks a fresh start. She accepts a teaching position that moves her from Manhattan to a small village upstate. She’s stunned by how perfect and picturesque the town is. The people are all friendly and warm. Her new apartment is dreamy too, minus the oddly persistent spider infestation.
Then Annie meets Sophie. Beautiful, charming, magnetic Sophie, who takes a special interest in Annie, who wants to be her friend. More importantly, she wants Annie to stop apologizing and start living for herself. That’s how Sophie lives. Annie can’t help but gravitate toward the self-possessed Sophie, wanting to spend more and more time with her, despite the fact that the rest of the townsfolk seem…a little afraid of her. And like, okay. There are some things. Sophie’s appearance is uncanny and ageless, her mansion in the middle of the woods feels a little unearthly, and she does seem to wield a certain power…but she couldn’t be…could she?
I’m not even sure what to expect with this book, but the second I saw the cover I knew I had to get my hands on it. Is CACKLE suspense? Humor? Horror? Contemporary fiction? All I know is that I’m thrilled to have been approved on NetGalley to read it!
It’s never too early to plan your Fall/Halloween reading. What’s on your list? — 𝓓𝓲𝓪𝓷𝓪