1. The Beekeeper's Apprentice or On the Segregation of the Queen by Laurie R. King - I've been on a huge Sherlock Holmes kick recently. This is the first in a series in which, old Sherlock finds a brilliant young woman and decides to make her his apprentice. I mean really!? This just sounds so freaking good! (Also, it's my book club's pick for October, so...)
2. P.S. I Like You by Kasie West - This came in my Owlcrate in August and I've been eyeing it ever since. I'm looking for some good contemporary books right now and this one sounds like it'll be full of cuteness and miscommunication. I'm looking forward to devouring this shortly.
3. The Geek's Guide to Unrequited Love Sarvenaz Tash - This book sounds like it's exactly what I'm looking for. ComicCon, cosplay, a guy who's secretly in love with his best friend, oh I cannot wait to read this book!
4. The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Vol. 1-3 by Ryan North and Erica Henderson - I've recently discovered the existence of Squirrel Girl and now I'm clamoring for the series that's dedicated to her! The first three volumes are out and volume four comes out in December. The goal is to get these done before that one is released!
5. Trouble Makes a Comeback by Stephanie Tromly - I haven't pre-ordered this yet, but I plan to make it mine very soon. I LOVED Trouble is a Friend of Mine and this sequel is highly anticipated by me. I cannot wait to dive back into the world of Digby and become engrossed by his nonsense!
6. On The Other Side by Carrie Hope Fletcher - I've been watching Carrie on Youtube for many years now, and I love her content. I'm very curious to see if I'll like her writing as well as her videos. Plus, the concept of this book sounds very interesting.
7. Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff - I'm definitely itching to read this book soon. I've heard so many good things about it and the sequel is coming out soon (or it may already be out. I don't know.) However, I haven't decided if I'm going to listen to it or actually read it because I've been told the audiobook is fantastic.
8. Sway by Kat Spears - I'm really feeling the contemporary genre this fall. I've had my eye on this book for a while now and finally pulled the trigger and bought it. I look forward to reading this Cyrano de Bergerac retelling.
9. Being Sloan Jacobs by Lauren Morrill - The last Morrill book I read, I really enjoyed. It was a nice quick, fun read and I'm hoping this book will be just as good.
10. Billy and Me by Giovanna Fletcher - I got this when I was in London and now it's time to sit down and read this story. I sounds so cute and just the kind of book I love to read.
11. The Rose Society by Marie Lu - I haven't read this sequel yet, and it's kind of surprising seeing as where the Young Elites left us. Now that the third book is out, I'm clamoring to find out what happens to all these characters!
12. Heartless by Marissa Meyer - Marissa Meyer. Queen of Hearts. Alice in Wonderland. I'm don't even need to know any more than that. I'm sold.
13. This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab - I haven't read a Schwab book yet, but I hear they are fantastic. Since I got this one in an Owlcrate box, I figured this would be a good start. Plus, I hear that this YA book does not, I repeat, DOES NOT have any romantic subplots. Hallelujah! It'll be a breathe of fresh air. (Don't get me wrong, I love a good romantic subplot, but there doesn't always have to be one.)