#sixforsunday: My Halloween TBR

Hello everybody!

Today, I’m once again taking oart in the Six for Sunday meme hosted by Steph from A Little But a Lot. Today’s theme was books from your TBR, but as my TBR has considerably more than 6 books (closer to 600, I think πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚*), I decided to write about some of the books I’m hoping to read in the next few weeks, inspired by Halloween. 

Let’s get started!

The Witch’s Kiss/The Witch’s Tears by Katharine and Elizabeth CorrI’ve wanted to read these books since I heard of them but I’ve still not got round to reading them. I love both the authors on Twitter, I finally have copies (thanks to Zoe’s giveaway of them, during her readathon) and they seem perfect for this time of the year seeing they’re about witches and magic.

Gobbolino the Witch’s Cat by Ursula Moray-Williams- I picked this up on a whim a few months ago in Waterstones, and from the pages I’ve looked at it, will be adorable. I’ve been seriously slacking in the children’s classics department recently, so I’m excited to get into this one.

Evies Ghost by Helen Peters- I bought this months ago, having heard one of my favourite authors (Emma Carroll) sing it’s praises, and ghost stories are a perfect read for Halloween. I’m pretty sure Louise loved this too, and I really trust her recommendations!

A Place Called Perfect by Helena Duggan– I’m not 100% sure what the plot of thos book is, but it sounds quite creepy and menacing, and I’ve seen some fabulous reviews for it. I’m hoping it’ll be similar to Trenton Lee Stewart’s the Secret Keepers, but better paced.

The Curse of the Werewolf Boy by Chris Priestly –I’m on the blog tour for this book next month, so I need to read it soon anyway, but it fits perfectly into my Halloween plans. Boarding schools with mysterious elements are one of my favourite bookish things, so I’m looking forward to this one,

What books are you planning to read in the run up to Halloween? What do you think of my TBR plans? Let me know in the comments below, or on Twitter @GoldenBooksGirl!

Amy xxx

it’s not that bad yet πŸ’œ. It’s probably around 200 I think, but I’ve never counted so I’m not sure.*


Author: goldenbooksgirl

Disabled book blogger who also writes TV, film, music and other posts from time to time | UKYABA Champion Teen 2018 | Email: goldenbooksgirl@gmail.com | she/her

19 thoughts on “#sixforsunday: My Halloween TBR”

  1. Some great Halloween picks Amy! I loved A Place Called Perfect and it’s definitely a little bit creepy. I have Evie’s Ghost as well and it looks so good!

    Have you read any of Chris Priestly’s short story books? Despite being well over the age range they were meant for, I found them terrifying! That book sounds right up my street though so I’ll look out for it once my book buying ban is over.

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  2. Fab TBR Amy! I have a Place Called Perfect sitting on my shelf so really should get around to reading it. Can’t wait to hear what you think!

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  3. I can’t believe you have nearly 600 books on your TBR pile, that’s incredible! The only one I recognise on your list is Gobbolino, but you’ll love it, it’s such a sweet story – there’s a follow up too, if you enjoy it, Gobbolino and the Little Wooden Horse. Top of my TBR pile is The Wizards of Once, children’s books rule, haha! X

    Lisa | http://www.lisasnotebook.com

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    1. It’s not *that* bad yet! πŸ˜‚. I meant it was closer to 600 than 6. I’m so excited to read Gobbolino ❀
      I’ve just read Wizards of Once; my review will be up in a few weeks 😊
      MG most definetly rules! X


  4. I haven’t heard of any of these books but they sound witchy which is PERFECT for me. I love fantasy novels (I choose them over “adult” books any day) and I really like the sound of “The Curse of the Werewolf Boy”.

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  5. I read horror all year round so I usually don’t have a specific Halloween book but last week I bought Theres Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins and I am saving it for Halloween.

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