September To-Be-Read List!

I didn’t have time to post a September Most Wanted at the end of August/beginning of September like I wanted to! Just know there are LOTS of September releases so I probably wouldn’t have ever finished it EVER. So I apologize for not having a nice list of September releases for you to check out BUT I did film a video of which books I’m prioritizing for September and a good chunk of those are September releases. So are we sort of friends again??

Let me know if you’ve read any of these/which one should be my TOP priority!

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Jamie is a 30 year old married lady who is in denial that she’s actually that old. When she’s not reading you can find her doing Pilates followed by eating ice cream, listening to music with oversized headphones and having adventures with her husband and dog.


  1. Oooh, Imaginary Girls is excellent, one of my favorites! It’s atmospheric and creepy, but more of a ghost story than a thriller. And the writing is beautiful. I hope you like it if you read it!

  2. Andréia A. says:

    Hi Jamie, i am Andreia from Brasil, my English it’s not very good, sorry about that. I just wanna to say that i really like your blog, i have learned a lot of English reading it.
    I wanna to ask if maybe you can tell us what book do you thing that can help who wanna to learn English.

  3. Lol, I love you, Jamie. I too LOVE making lists of what I’m going to read, but I’m also a total mood reader and never follow them. I try to tackle a couple of classics every year, and Jane Eyre’s on my list, but I just got through Three Musketeers (wonderful but oh so long) so I need a good ol’ break. I LOVE the US cover for Girl Defective. I’m not huge on contemp, but when I like them they’re Aussie. 😛 I’ve had Wildlife for a while now, need to get on that!

  4. OMG, I loved Girl Defective so hard! It’s one of my favorite books that I’ve read this year. I don’t really know how to describe it to you either, but I will tell you that I gave it all the unicorns and that you need to read it!

  5. I love Jane Eyre. I love the movie and I really loved the book that I only read a few months ago and I think you’ll love it. I love Mr Rochester and I think you’ll love him too. It’s definitely an amazing story, very beautiful yet very sad.

  6. I LOVE your video! I hope you do more!! You’re enthusiasm is infectious! I love it!

  7. I’ve always wanted to read Jane Eyre! The first time I tried to read it, I was far too young for it to really work for me – so I set it down. But I do have it, and intend to read it at some point. Hope you wind up enjoying that one, and hooray for classics!

    Also, Belzhar. I really liked Belzhar. Meg Wolitzer did an incredible job telling this story, and I really liked her take on dealing with hard feelings like grief, anger and guilt. I hope you like (or liked) it as much as I did! And then Girl Defective, which was crazy but in a good way? I’ll be interested to know what you think!