My usual disclaimer:
Let me state, this is really based on authors or series that I'm already reading since those are the things I follow. I'm not paid to write this blog nor do I have any affiliations with any publishers so I don't receive free books or advance notice of things except what I glean off Facebook from people who do have those contacts or what I research on my own (which again, leads back to authors that I'm already reading). Maybe someday I'll be one of those who has the contacts and gets ARCs but it's not today.
Still running behind in a few series. I've gotten a few under control but still quite a few that have gotten away from me. *sigh* Eventually I'll get caught up on those but it doesn't matter, I'll still be buying in my current series plus other things that catch my eye. I'm thankful that this quarter is fairly light though since the 12th grade English is definitely on the heavier side.
Appropriately enough, October starts off with White Trash Zombie Gone Wild by Diana Rowland, the 5th book in the series. When we last left Angel, she was becoming a true member of the zombie mofia. There have been a lot of changes for her, mostly for the good, since she became a zombie but all of that is in jeopardy as she uncovers a plot to expose zombies to the public. Can she and undead friends put a stop to it or are they in serious danger of losing their heads?
Release Date: October 6
Yasmine Galenorn has a new series coming out as well with Autumn Thorns. Meet Kerris Fellwater, a former resident of Whisper Hollow, who ran away 15 years ago but can no longer ignore the signs that it's time for her to return and replace her grandmother as the spirit shaman of the town where the dead don't always rest easy.
Release Date: October 27
So speaking of series I really need to get caught up with, Manners & Mutiny by Gail Carriger is the fourth book in the Finishing School series and I've yet to even read the first book. That being the case, I really can't say much about this one except I am going to get to this series sooner rather than later!!!
Release Date: November 3
Reap the Wind by Karen Chance was significantly delayed but after two years with no Cassie, she's back! This time she is searching through time searching for Pritkin, with his dad in tow, to save him, hopefully without pissing off too many more demons or creating time paradoxes that are too awful.
Release Date: November 3
Amazingly enough, Chimera by Mira Grant is the last book in that trilogy and the last book I'm really looking forward to this year. The implanted tapeworms are awake and taking over the human race. Sal and her family must come to terms with themselves and their nature if they are to have any chance of saving themselves. I will admit, I found the last book a bit slow but am hopeful that this one where things have to wrap up will be better.
Release Date: November 24