I have officially finished all my backlist reviews this month so I wanted to give you a head's up about what's to come in September here at Books and Ladders and over at Queen of the Bookshelves.
My birthday giveaway ends on September 16th, so make sure you enter before then!
I have five blog tours planned in September (maybe more, I can never remember when I sign up for things):
September 3 is Clockwork Menagerie by Karen Kincy. This is a novella that compliments the Shadows of Asphodel series. (Spoiler alert: I loved this one)
September 8 is Falling For Shakespeare by Erin Butler. This is a young adult contemporary romance novel (that I thought was pretty cute).
September 14 is Em & Em by Linda Budzinski. This is a young adult contemporary/mystery novel that I am really excited to start reading tonight.
September 18 is Happiness, Next Exit by Anthony Mathenia. It is a young adult contemporary romance that also has some religious aspects to it.
September 28 is Minotaur by Phillip W. Simpson. This is a young adult fantasy that looks at the origins of the Minotaur mythology. I am hosting a Guest Post by the author!
I also have four books that I was requested to review that I will be posting reviews for in September:
Estranged by Alex Fedyr
Other Systems and The Light Side of the Moon by Elizabeth Guizzetti
Black Blood by John Hennessy
I am also going to start a monthly feature that highlights the books coming out in the next month that I am eagerly anticipating. I know it can be tough to see all the different books coming out when there are just so many! That will start in September for October and continue on from there.
Over on Queen of the Bookshelves, I will be recapping all the #FACSaturday chats, which highlight one specific #FAC16 book. I am pretty excited to help Nicola with this! I will also be posting my review of Shattered Blue (once I finish it) and some other ARCs I have received over there. As I finish them, they will be posted.
Also, Nicola and I are alternating a WoW every week so I'm up next week with my choice! You will have to wait and see what it is until then, but it's a good one.