Hello hello, people, and happy September! We are finally beginning one of my favorite months, and there is no better way to celebrate than sharing with you my TBR for the month! And there is even more! September is the Self-Published Fantasy Month! Isn’t it amazing? You can find all the info on this amazing event on their site, @Self-Published Fantasy Month. There is also an interesting read-along, a daily challenge and so much more!
And so I will try to read a lot of self-pub (or indie) fantasy this month, and I am really excited about it!

I usually use this amazing event to start new series and discover new amazing author, but once you start and love a series you should also continue it, right? And even if series are the bane of my existence, and I am not so good at keeping up with them, I decided that this year I would be a good bookworm and I would continue at least some of the series, so here we have The Alchemist And An Amaretto by Annette Marie. This is the fifth book in the series, and I am really looking forward to this one. It is a fast-paced, fun series, entertaining and really good to take a break from more demanding reading. The Thief Who Wasn’t There is the fourth book in this amazing series, and I need to read it ASAP. I started this series last year for Self-Published Month, and it is just so so good! (Okay, the second book wasn’t amazing, but the others? Amazing!). Fire Falling is the second book of this series, and I have read the first one a lot of time ago. But since I liked it I need to continue before forgetting all. So here we are. I don’t remember a lot from the first book, so it was now or never. But I am pretty curious!

Blood Tally is the second book in this series, and I am pretty curious to see what would happen next Eidolon is the second book in its series, too. And since I have read the first one in July I thought it would be a nice thing to continue this series in such a short timeframe. It would be refreshing for me! But then I have to go and start some new series, too. So here we have Into The Labyrinth, that I want to read for the r/fantasy Bingo, and that I have kept in waiting for September. I can’t wait to start this new adventure!

Dangerous To Know is the first book in this series, and I can’t wait to dive right into it! I have read two prequel novellas and they intrigued me to no end. I just need to start the series for real! The Ventifact Colossus is on my TBR since I discovered its existence so, obviously, I am pretty curious. I really hope to read it this month. And then we have a standalone book! Incredible, right? But Rocks Fall. Everyone Dies is a standalone book, and it is a pretty intriguing one. I need to read it!

Special Guests:

The Deadbringer is the only physical book on the list, because I don’t know any other self-pub physical books, and I have waited to start it, even if I read and really enjoyed the prequel, because I was expecting for Self-Published Fantasy Month. And now that we are here, I cannot wait to start it! At the moment I am reading a really chunky book, that I started in August, but as soon as I will be done with that, it would be The Deadbringer turn!!! And then if I manage to read all the other books on this list I would love to continue the Hardwood Spellbook series with Moontangled, and try my hand at Jacobs’ series with Urchin’s Gambit.

And these are my plans for September? Would you take part in SPFM too? And/or what you plan to read this month? And have you read the books I mentioned?? Let me know!

Happy reading!


  1. dianthaa says:

    Great list! I’m also trying to read some self-pub this month, hopefully Into the Labyrinth by John Bierce and Snowspelled by Stephanie Burgis. Only I started with The Lord of Stariel by AJ Lancaster and it was so delightful I might accidently be doing a whole series binge.


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