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What I Read in September 2022

October 5, 2022

Happy October! I am embracing all things spooky and fall despite the warmer temps here in Salt Lake, including spooky reads. I will be sharing a list of books perfect for October at the end of this round-up. This past month I read four books and I am excited to share them with you.  What […]

Happy October! I am embracing all things spooky and fall despite the warmer temps here in Salt Lake, including spooky reads. I will be sharing a list of books perfect for October at the end of this round-up. This past month I read four books and I am excited to share them with you. 

What I Read in September 2022

What I Read in September 2022

Love & Other Words: I read this book in a day and I wish I had made it last longer. If you liked Every Summer After, then you will love this book. This is a best friends to lovers romance and it makes me just want to get a cabin in the woods to spend every weekend. 

November 9: Colleen Hoover can do no wrong in my book and this was no exception! This book has romance, spice, and a twist that you won’t see coming. If you are craving fast-paced brain candy then move this book up your TBR pile. 

Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow: all I can say about this book is wow. This is definitely my top book of the year and I am still thinking about it weeks after reading it. If you love books about friendship and coming-of-age stories then you will love it. Follow two best friends through their video game design careers. I know what you are thinking “video games?” but trust me. This is the most honest story of complicated friendships and being human in the world that I have read in a long time. Be warned I cried through the last 100 pages of this book. 

On The Rooftop: a good but not overly exciting book, I felt like I had read this story before and knew exactly how it would end. This historical fiction book follows a mom and her three daughters who are trying to follow their mother’s dream and ambitions for them, set against the backdrop of a gentrifying San Francisco in the 1950s. 

Spooky Books for October

Add these books to your lineup if you are looking for some cozy, spooky, or downright chilling reads.

Witchy Reads

The Ex Hex

The Kiss Curse

Paybacks a Witch

From Bad to Cursed

The Very Secret Society for Irregular Witches

A Special Place for Women

Thrillers

Daisy Darker

Verity

Pretty Little Wife

Things We Do In The Dark

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