TBR List: August 2017

TBR List: August 2017

This month I am trying “ARC August.” Is that still a thing? Well, if not, I’m making it one. Aside from my one book club book (More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera – Sarah’s pick), which I will be listening to on audio, I am going to be reading only ARCs this month. We’ll see how it goes.

ARCs I’ll be reading in August 2017

Reading People by Anne Bogel

Reading People: How Seeing the World Through the Lens of Personality Changes Everything by Anne Bogel

How I got it: I have an eARC from the publisher because I’m part of the book launch team.

Why I got it: I love Anne Bogel (aka Modern Mrs. Darcy), and I love personality assessments and grouping people by characteristics.

 

Best Day Ever by Kaira RoudaBest Day Ever by Kaira Rouda

How I got it: I was mailed an ARC by the publisher.

Why I got it: I didn’t request this book, so I’ll discuss why I’ve decided to read it. I love a good suspense book, and this one sounds interesting. Plus the imprint is new, and I think that’s pretty cool.

 

Persuading Austen by Brigid CoadyPersuading Austen by Brigid Coady

How I got it: I have an eARC from NetGalley.

Why I got it: I couldn’t resist another Jane Austen retelling. This book is a Pride and Prejudice adaptation. My expectations are pretty low, but maybe I’ll be pleasantly surprised.

 

The Book of Air by Joe TreasureThe Book of Air by Joe Treasure

How I got it: I have an eARC that I accepted from the publisher via email back in February.

Why I got it: This book was already released in April, but I still want to read the ARC since I said I would. I was intrigued by this description: ” image a society governed by the book of Jane Eyre.”

 

Something Like Happy by Eva WoodsSomething Like Happy by Eva Woods

How I got it: This ARC is another that was mailed to me by the publisher.

Why I got it: I’ve decided to read it because I am attracted to this idea of forcing oneself to be happy. The character is giving herself 100 days to become happy.

 

 

The Senator's Youngest Daughter by Kelley Rose WallerThe Senator’s Youngest Daughter by Kelley Rose Waller

How I got it: I accepted an eARC from the author.

Why I got it: It’s hard to say no to authors, but this book appealed to me because of the political nature. I really enjoyed The Fixer, but I haven’t read anything adult that is political.

 

Seven Stones by Julia LeeSeven Stones by Julia Lee

How I got it: I accepted a copy of this book from the author at a local author fair at my library back in April. It’s not actually an ARC, but I’m counting it anyway since it’s a review copy.

Why I got it: I wanted to help a local author, and I was intrigued by this book. It has mystical/magical elements and takes place in Scotland.

What will you be reading this month?

 

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8 Comments

    1. Haha. Thanks. I saw a couple people’s sign ups after I wrote this post. Reading People is really interesting. I will have a teasy post about it on the blog tomorrow, and then my review will go up on 8/30 as part of the blog tour. 🙂

    1. I finished it last week, but I know I’ll probably skim the print copy before I write my review. And then I’ll likely re-read it on audio once it releases. I pre-ordered the book, so I’ll be getting the free audio. I actually need to go write a pre-review post about the book. I’m doing the blog tour on 8/30, so my review will have to wait.

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