Book Haul September 2021

Book Haul September 2021

Hellooooo everyone!

A happy and autumn-y welcome to the Book Haul for September! It started with not so much… but ended up quite a lot. Haha.

So I wasn’t planning on buying anything or well, not as much. My mental health this month was pretty crap. But my husband convinced me that books would make me happy and that I should just buy some books! SO I did. And I got quite a few. Haha. I haven’t read most of them for 2 reasons. 1) They didn’t come in until the 20th of September and 2) some of these I want to read for Halloween. But I did manage to read a couple and had fun reading them! I am so hyped about all these books, especially delighted that I finally have Mina and the Undead (a big thank you to the author telling me that BD was an option and that that one wouldn’t give you the Sudoku book looks at Amazon).

While in older posts I did do pre-orders or listed books as such, the fact is they are just books that were high on my list and as soon as they came out I bought them. Sadly, with how Amazon is at the moment I cannot pre-order anything. It is just hoping each time that books are there. So this month I am just throwing everything together. Or well, in two stacks still but that is because I bought so much. XD

TOTAL BOOKS: 16 books!

Pictures, Emoji, Cute

Book List, Emoji, CuteThey’ll Never Catch Us by Jessica Goodman
Once Upon a Crime by Robin Stevens
The Bewitching of Aveline Jones by Phil Hickes
As Good as Dead by Holly Jackson
Lock down by Maren Stoffels
3Pak 2021 by Khalid Boudou, Aimée de Jongh, Splinter Chabot
Ten minutes to bed: Baby Unicorn by Rhiannon Fielding, Chris Chatterton

Hilda and the Slime Worm by Stephen Davies, Luke Pearson
The How and Wow of the Human Body by Mindy Thomas, Guy Raz
The Girl from the Sea by Molly Ostertag
Mina and the Undead by Amy McCaw
Prom House by Chelsea Mueller
The Ghoul Next Door by Cullen Bunn
Unipiggle #3 by Hannah Shaw
Unipiggle #4 by Hannah Shaw
The Only Gaijin in the Village by Iain Maloney

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