Saturday, September 5, 2020

State of the ARC [25]

 
State of the ARC is a monthly meme hosted by Avalinah at Avalinah's Books! It's an opportunity for readers to catch up on their long overdue ARCs, but right now I'm using it to keep up with my upcoming ARCs instead. It helps me stay organized! Edit: State of the ARC is currently being hosted by Sarah (All the Book Blog Names Are Taken) while Evelina is on hiatus.

A Rogue of One's Own (A League of Extraordinary Women, #2) by Evie Dunmore (9/1) Review
Fable (Fable, #1) by Adrienne Young (9/1)
Recommended for You by Laura Silverman (9/1)
The Silver Arrow by Lev Grossman (9/1) Review
The Inheritance Games (The Inheritance Games, #1) by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (9/1) Review

The Barren Grounds (The Misewa Saga, #1) by David Alexander Robertson (9/8) Currently Reading
The Lost Wonderland Diaries by J. Scott Savage (9/8)
Sources Say by Lori Goldstein (9/8)
The Roommate by Rosie Danan (9/15
Furia by Yamile Saied Méndez (9/15)

Each of Us a Desert by Mark Oshiro (9/15)
Skunk and Badger (Skunk and Badger, #1) by Amy Timberlake, Jon Klassen (Illustrations) (9/15)
They Threw Us Away (The Teddies Saga, #1) by Daniel Kraus, Rovina Cai (Illustrator) (9/15)
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini (9/15)
The Hunter and the Mage (The Raven and the Dove, #2) by Kaitlyn Davis (9/21)

The Silvered Serpents (The Gilded Wolves, #2) by Roshani Chokshi (9/22)
Miss Meteor by Tehlor Kay Mejia & Anna-Marie McLemore (9/22)
A Neon Darkness (The Bright Sessions, #2) by Lauren Shippen (9/29)
The Glass Queen (The Forest of Good and Evil, #2) by Gena Showalter (9/29)

September ARCs be like... 😅


All This Time by Mikki Daughtry & Rachael Lippincott (9/29)
The Clockwork Crow (The Clockwork Crow, #1) by Catherine Fisher (10/4) Review
The Wrong King of Woman by Sarah McCraw Crow (10/6)
In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren (10/6)
The Emperor's Wolves (Wolves of Elantra, #1) by Michelle Sagara (10/13)

Everything I Thought I Knew by Shannon Takaoka (10/13)
Black Sun (Between Earth and Sky, #1) by Rebecca Roanhorse (10/13)
Love & Olives (Love & Gelato, #3) by Jenna Evans Welch (11/10)
Chasing Lucky by Jenn Bennett (11/10)
The Boy Toy by Nicola Marsh (11/17)

Admission by Julie Buxbaum (12/1)
You Have a Match by Emma Lord (1/5/21)
The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins (1/5/21)
If I Disappear by Eliza Jane Brazier (1/26/21)
Outlawed by Anna North (1/26/21)

Amelia Unabridged by Ashley Schumacher (2/16/21)
Float Plan by Trish Doller (3/2/21)
When We Were Infinite by Kelly Loy Gilbert (3/9/21)
Meet You in the Middle by Devon Daniels (5/4/21)

If I can make it through September, I think I'll be okay! I've been requesting fewer books, declining blog tour invites, and trying not to look at ANY upcoming releases (so much harder than I thought it would be). I'm trying to get on top of my ARCs and TBR pile before the end of the year. I CAN DO THIS. Maybe.


What about you? Are you looking forward to any of these? 

7 comments:

  1. Wow, you have many books to read. I cannot even keep up with mine scarce approved books. Good luck!

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  2. I've seen a couple rave reviews for The Roommate and it sounds hilarious. I'm sure I'll be picking it up at some point.

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    1. Amber said I have to read The Roommate IMMEDIATELY and I trust her judgment. :)

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  3. I saw the hubbub about Meet You in the Middle. So many puppet account reviews on Goodreads. Gross.

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    1. I was wondering why its publication date kept getting postponed, and then I stumbled across the bogus accounts and reviews while looking on Goodreads. Why would people do that? It's obvious when you don't have a profile picture, the account was created recently, and the ONLY book you've looked at or reviewed in Meet You in the Middle.

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  4. Skunk and Badger! I'll be looking out for your review. 👍✨

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