Most Anticipated Releases of September

When I started writing down this post, I was so surprised because I have an enormous amount of ARCs to read before they release this September, and I really hope I’ll be able to get to all of them on time. There are also some other wonderful releases happening and I just can’t wait to see how wonderful they’ll all turn out to be.

ARCs Read


A House of Rage and Sorrow is my top most anticipated release of the year and I was ecstatic when I read the ARC because it’s even more brutal and brilliant than I expected. I just can’t talk about this book enough and if you haven’t picked up A Spark of White Fire yet, what are you doing????

The Lady Rogue was such fun to read and I found myself on a delightful adventure. Definitely for those readers who love some historical treasure hunting with a touch of magic.

I guess my expectations for American Royals were a bit different, so the reading experience ended up being not a lot of fun. It’s still entertaining and full of drama, just not for me.

Relic is one of the few advance copies for which I was sent a request personally, and I was so excited to read it. And glad that it turned out to be a very well written debut.

Layla Reyne’s book without her trademark suspense didn’t endear me completely but the descriptions of food in Dine With Me are some of the most delicious I’ve ever read.


This series has not been one of my favorites of Annabeth Albert but Arctic Heat is the final book of the trilogy and it definitely felt more interesting than the previous ones.

I have been very excited to read The (Other) F Word because it’s all about body positivity and I definitely need some of that in my life. I was so so happy when I got this ARC.

I actually don’t know much about Steel Crow Saga but I’m always interested to jump into a new fantasy world and also discover a new Asian author.

It’s been a while since I’ve read an Avon Gale book and it’s hockey again, so I can’t wait to jump into my ARC of Goalie Interference.

I have yet to read Godsgrave but I’m already very very excited to read Darkdawn and even getting rejected for the ARC can’t dampen my spirits.

Gideon the Ninth seems to be every bloggers’ latest favorite and I still don’t know if I wanna read it, but we shall see.

Another fantasy novel that I don’t know much about, There Will Come A Darkness has completely enamored me with that cover and I can’t wait to learn what it’s all about.

Nandini Bajpai’s debut has been on my radar for so long now and I can’t wait to finally have it in my hands.

Julian’s sophomore novel How to be Remy Cameron is also finally going to be here and I can’t be more happy about it.

Have you already read any of these books? What did you think of them? Are any of these on your TBR too? What other interesting books are releasing this month? Let me know all the details in comments below…

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    1. OMG am I so stupid and forgetful that I didn’t mention Rage and Sorrow in this post 😭😭😭😭😭 I’m gonna update right away….
      And yes… I’m very very excited to read Nandini’s book too 😃😃

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