Thursday, October 10, 2019

What To Read: October New Releases

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This month, as most have been so far this year, is filled with titles that I'm itching to get my hands on. It has finally felt like fall here in NC, albeit brief - nobody counts on fall lasting very long - unfortunately.

But fall reads are coming hard and fast!

Let's grab a few and dive into them together.

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OCTOBER READS



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Guillory is on FIRE, y'all. I literally finished her last release the other day. It's so so very exciting to see that she's got another book out already. I don't even know how I missed it until just now. For some reason I thought this was coming out closer to - well - the actual holidays. But YAY for us. We get to dive in immediately. Join me. Grab a copy of Royal Holiday.



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You guys. Jojo Moyes has a new book coming out this month. You know, Jojo Moyes of Me Before You (please tell me you've read it - if you haven't, hop to it, seriously, thank me later!) notoriety! The Giver of Stars is of the historical fiction genre and this might make me even more excited to read it. How about you? Are you a fan of Jojo's (total first name basis, just cause!) work?



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Ali Wong's Always Be My Maybe is one of my favorite movies I've seen this year. I kinda fell in love with her while watching. She's adorable, hilarious, and straightforward. I have not seen her special yet, but I've heard the same about watching the real Ali speak and entertain. This book is a compilation of real, raw, and entertaining letters to her daughters. Wong's truth-telling is sure to be an incredible read. I'm looking forward to getting to know her better through Dear Girls.


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This book has popped up in so many places, I had to add it to my October releases list. I feel like I'll be missing out if I don't read it, and so I think you should, too. A story bringing the character's first love back into her life after a betrayal. I mean, if you tell me that you, or at least someone you know, hasn't had that fantasy of confrontation - questions - or some sort of comeuppance, at least? Well, I might not believe you. I think it's totally normal, and we all do it. And I look forward to getting to know Tate and see what happens when her story comes full circle in Twice in a Blue Moon.



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I have not read anything by Kevin Wilson before, but when Nothing to See Here showed up as an option in my October Book of the Month picks, I couldn't resist. It just seemed like the perfect read for these on and off hot-cool-hot again fall days. Friendship. Scandal. Relationships and a reunion? Who could ask for more, right? Nothing to See Here will be released at the end of this month, but if you want to get your hands on a copy sooner, check out Book of the Month and see if you're interested. I really enjoy advanced copies of certain novels - AND enjoy having a book in my hands to turn the actual pages of. 

So. There you have it. Five October titles for your examining pleasure. Let me know if you decide to get your hands on any of them. And if you're looking for more recommendations, consider taking a peek at some of these posts shared below:




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