October TBR/Reading Seasonally

It’s officially fall now, which tends to be my favorite season (yes, I get really basic during the fall, I won’t lie to you guys). To a certain degree, I like to read seasonally, which to me means that once fall hits I’m in the mood for paranormal, mystery, dark fantasy, weird fiction, and horror. Several of these genres are ones I rarely read from during the rest of the year, so I usually go into the fall with several books in mind that I’ve been saving for crisp nights with a mug of hot spiced cider.

This month, I’m thinking of prioritizing these 4 books:

Mexican GothicThe RegretsMelmothLittle Eyes

Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, a historical mystery set in 1950s Mexico; The Regrets by Amy Bonnaffons, which features a ghost stuck between this world and the next and the woman who falls in love with him; Melmoth by Sarah Perry, historical fiction focusing on a dark European legend (also on my top 10 TBR for 2020/5 star predictions list I made at the beginning of the year); and Little Eyes by Samanta Schweblin, a weird fiction/horror novel about mysterious stuffed animals.

Depending on time constraints and my reading mood, I may also decide to delve into these ones also (particularly, I’m thinking, for the next round of Dewey’s 24-hour readathon on October 24th):

The Only Good IndiansThe Damned (The Beautiful, #2)Fangs

The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones, a horror novel that I’m waiting to arrive in the mail; The Damned by Renee Ahdieh, the sequel to YA historical fantasy The Beautiful; and Fangs by Sarah Andersen, a graphic novel about a vampire and a werewolf who fall in love.

 

What’s on your TBR for October? Any of these that catch your eye? Let me know in the comments!

3 thoughts on “October TBR/Reading Seasonally”

  1. You have so many great books in this post! I really want to read Mexican Gothic and The Only Good Indians soon, especially.

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