October 2015 TBR
So the calendar says it's almost October. How can that be? Well, I guess it's time for another TBR.
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield - This is the library book club book so I'm rereading it right now. But let's be real, I won't finish it by Thursday. So, it's on my October list.
Privileged Information by Stephen White - Who else is tired of seeing this on my TBR? I know I am.
Joyland by Stephen King - This is one of the regular book club picks. There are two because they are kind of small. This book may cause insomnia and/or nightmares.
The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson - This is the other book club pick. Another one that should scare my socks off. Who needs sleep?
Those are the must-reads, but I'm going to be highly ambitious and add a couple more that have been sitting here for weeks gathering dust.
Taught by America by Sarah Sentilles - I really need to get this read. It would complete a task on the Read Harder challenge. I have about 6 more books to read for that challenge, so I need to focus.
Vice by John R. Baker - If I don't read this soon, I will be completely over my Compton fascination and it will be pointless to have it.
So here's a list to provide a good laugh at the end of the month.