My October TBR Pile

I have an endless and ever changing list of books I want to read, so (FOR NOW) this is what I hope to get read this month. 


1) Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs.  

I was lucky enough to get to see Ransom Riggs (and his wife Taherah Mafi) during the Houston stop of his book tour! (I was too excited, nervous, and fangirly to get a picture and I'm still kicking myself for it!) I got my book signed and saw some exclusive and very secretive footage regarding the Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children movie, which is being directed by Tim Burton! *passes out from too much awesome*  Anywho, all of this is to say that I'm so excited to read the final installment of the Miss Peregrine trilogy, so keep an eye out for my review in the coming month!

2) We Are All Made of Molecules by Susin Nielsen

I scored a hardback copy of this book at Kaboom Books, a used bookstore in Houston, for $8! It was just released in May 2015, so I was surprised to see it on the shelves. I know very little about this book, but it looks like a quick read and I'm excited to dive in. 

3) Shatter Me by Taherah Mafi

As I mentioned previously, I met Taherah Mafi at the Ransom Riggs book tour, but I have never read any of her books! Truthfully, I only bought Shatter Me  a few days before the event so that I could get it signed. Shameful, I know, but I'm rectifying the situation this month! I've heard amazing things about this trilogy and I can't wait to see what all of the hullabaloo is about. 

4) The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

I've had this book on my shelves for several months now, but I haven't gotten around to reading it. Hopefully, I get to it this month. Honestly, I may get way too into Shatter Me  and just charge ahead with the rest of that trilogy instead of moving onto this book, but it is on this list because I'm going to try to get it finished. As I said at the beginning of this post, I make no promises as to the accuracy of this list! I sincerely hope I get this read in the next month or two because I've heard good things, it's a relatively short book, and Neil Gaiman's imagination is a place I'm always willing to venture into, but, again, no promises! 

What are you reading right now? Comment down below and let me know! Have you read any of the books on my TBR list? Tell me what you thought! 

Happy Reading,