Tuesday, 11 September 2018

TMST


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September 11th: Picks for Fall

Oh I do not know! I am so bad at keeping track. Suddenly there is a new book and I am all what?! When did that happen?!

I can quickly check GR and see what my To Buy List says:
Nothing there.

Ok, what about my wishlist then
Nothing.

Huh. There must be something I have missed then, no surprise there.

That is all.


NO PICS please! ;)

31 comments:

  1. yeah I don't keep tracj and I forget easily as well

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  2. Well that is good for you pocket purse! I do keep an eye out for my fav authors, like I know a new Nalini Singh is coming out so I must check because I want the autographed version.

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    1. Oh yes there is a new SIngh coming out! I requested that one :)

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  3. I usually don't keep track. But I have three I have planned already ;)

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  4. I put books in my wish list on Amazon. Other than that I usually forget.

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    1. I do try to do that on GR and I do wonder why there are no books I want this fall...

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  5. It's probably better that you don't keep track. I keep track, and most days it hinders more than helps because it just overwhelms me!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. Well, it does help me not buy books hehe. Until xmas comes around and I give SO a list ;)

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  6. I don't really have a TBR as most people understand it lol. It's more of a list scrawled on a piece of paper by the computer. :)

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  7. Hmm, I guess the new Nalini Singh is my fall anticipated book.

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  8. Gah! Yes! I have my giant TBR list on Goodreads, which is wonderful, but I really wish you could sort by publication date. That would really help me, and by help me I mean spend loads more money at the book store. ;)

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    1. That would be brilliant! They really should do that

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  9. Ha! That's why I just checked my shelf. I'm horrible at knowing release dates.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  10. I keep track of publication dates for my review books but I usually have to go hunting every week to put my new release post together :)

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    1. The pub dates for review books are the only dates I know

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  11. Since I have my reading schedule out until Jan. 2019... I can give you a couple suggestions:
    Phoenix Unbound by Grace Draven
    Kill the Queen by Jennifer Estep
    Archangel’s Prophecy by Nalini Singh
    Diamond Fire by Ilona Andrews
    To Catch A Rogue by Bec McMaster
    Not the Duke's Darling by Elizabeth Hoyt

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    1. Ohh yes I have heard of Kill a Queen, but...I am afraid it will be all YA fantasy, even though it is not YA, but I fear it

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    2. I'll let you know. I'm going to read it!

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  12. I have a few that I know I'm going to tackle.

    Love and Other Wild Things (Mystic Bayou #2) by Molly Harper
    Archangel's Prophecy (Guild Hunter #11) by Nalini Singh
    Ashwin (Gideon’s Riders #1) by Kit Rocha (revisit on audio)
    Lucky Witch (Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery #5) by Danielle Garrett
    Kill the Queen (Crown of Shards #1) by Jennifer Estep
    Fury (Menagerie #3) by Rachel Vincent

    All audiobooks.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Books of My Heart

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