Spelling September in Books

Hello everybody! Today, I’m back with post 9 in the spelling the month in books series, and I’m honestly really sad we only have three left! Even though I know I’m planning a replacement series…! Anyway, onto the post!

S is for… Shadows of Winterspell– I love a bit of Amy Wilson, and this has one of the most *stunning* covers I’ve ever seen. It’s absolutely perfect for this autumnal time of year as well!

E is for… Eva Evergreen, Semi Magical Witch- I love this duology SO MUCH; they are the epitome of cosy fantasy that feels like a hug to read yet also has a really engaging plot and multifaceted characters.

P is for… Paws– this is such a gentle, lovely story about the relationship between an autistic boy and his dog, as well as friendship, and it’s a gorgeous read.

T is for… Twelve Days in May- this was such a lovely romance debut, a second chance romance between two old friends that had a terrible falling out. Super cute and witty and fun; I can’t wait for more from Niamh Hargan.

E is for… Ember Shadows and the Fates of Mount Never– this is such a brilliant middle grade fantasy, and Hans is a delightfully Olaf-esque character.

M is for… Murder Most Unladylike– one of my most favourite books EVER, and I’m pretty sure it needs no introduction. Hopefully going to start a (slow) reread of this series next month after recently devouring the first in the spinoff sequel series.

B is for… the Book Smugglers– these next few months with Bs are going to be hell, because it took me an EMBARRASSING length of time to come up with this. It’s my favourite to date in the Pages and Co series, likely because I love our new POV character Milo so much, and I’m excited to continue the adventure in the recently released 5th book too!

E is for… the Eternal Return of Clara Hart- coming up with three Es has been SUCH a challenge, so join me next month to try and find even more πŸ™ˆ. This is a brilliant time loop story that examines toxic masculinity and violence against women and girls from the perspective of a character who is not involved, but is complicit in his silence.

R is for… Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake– this is one of my very favourite romances I’ve read all year! It’s set during a Bake Off style TV show, and we follow a bisexual single mum named Rosaline and get to see her achieve her dreams while falling in love. So wholesome and funny!

Thanks so much for reading! Which books might you have chosen for these letters? Do you have any thoughts on my picks? I’d love to chat in the comments!

Amy xx


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

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