October TBR

Usually in October people focus on more spooky reads, which totally makes sense, however I am get scared very very easily, so I am steering clear of that. Although I am having the hardest time deciding what to read next. I genuinely have so many books on my shelves that I need to read – its a series problem – but I just can’t find a place to start.

My first book for the month will be to read ‘The Burning Maze’ By Rick Riordan, book 3 in the Trials of Apollo Series. I’ve been enjoying the series thus far and am keen to get up to day with the releases.


I have the ‘Magnus Chase’ Series to read as well, but I’ve been reading Rick Riordan books for 2 months straight and I think I need to give them a little rest before jumping into that series. My main concern being that I’ll get over them of go straight into them and maybe not enjoy them as much.

So my game plan: I’m going to finish ‘The Burning Maze’ By Rick Riordan and then see what I am vibing from my shelves, I’m hoping to read a couple of books that will actually count towards my A-Z Challenge as I haven’t had many books actually match up to letter I hadn’t already filled.

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What books are on your TBR for October?

Author: The Nico Tribe

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4 thoughts on “October TBR”

  1. I don’t know what’s on my TBR for this month yet, but I think I want to stick to non fiction again. I just read a great book called “We Can Do It: A Community Takes on the Challenge of School Desegregation” by Michael Gengler. I used to be more into US history when I was younger but I think it resonated with me now because I came away feeling inspired to unify for a greater good, just like the events in the book described. It is about how in the 50s and 60s, the people from Gainesville Florida came together to desegregate the schools in their community. Reading about the challenges that they faced painted a really informative perspective. I definitely recommend it!


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