Friday Reads [10/17]

Untitled design-11I wasn’t sure if I was going to post this today. I just finished Sharp Objects by Gillian 18812716Flynn last night and I am not sure what I want to pick up next. Tomorrow is the Dewey’s 24 hr Read-a-thon and I really don’t want to lock myself into a set list of books because I am afraid it will cause me into a slump or slow my reading. There are certain books that I have in mind for picking up this weekend. The first one is Sanctum by Madeleine Roux, which is the sequel to Asylum. Sanctum is a recent release and I figured since I enjoyed and just finished Asylum, I would follow up with the sequel and the novella The Scarlets! I also really want to 18241263
get to The Fall by Bethany Griffin. This book is a re-telling of sorts of The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen Poe and if you know anything about me you know I love EAP! This is also another recent release that I preordered and I cant believe I didn’t stop everything to pick this up last week when I received it. Other than those I am hoping to finish The Line by J.D. Hon which is the audiobook I am listening to and hope to start the sequel to that The Source by J.D. Horn right after it!

What are your plans for the weekend?Anything fun or exciting happening ? What are you reading/planning on reading? I would love to hear from you!    


2 thoughts on “Friday Reads [10/17]

  1. Perfect fall reads! I hope you’ll enjoy. I’ve got about five reviews to write this weekend, but I’m hoping I’ll be able to finish the books on my currently-reading shelf: Low Pressure by Sandra Brown, Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch and The Midnight Rose by Lucinda Riley. Eeep!

    Have a great weekend!


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