BOM: October 2012

11 Aug
I know it’s a bit early to be thinking of what we’re going to read in October, but let’s compile a list of books, that could potentially be our October BOM.

October’s Reading List:
Let’s Start Collecting! 🙂 

So Far We Have: 
Anastasia Forever – Joy Preble 
Angel Fire – LA Weatherly 
Bloodlines – Richelle Mead

Bound To You – Christopher Pike 
Caged In Darkness – JD Stroube 
City of Fallen Angels – Cassandra Clare
Clockwork Angel – Cassandra Clare
Crusade -Nancy Holder & Debbie Viguie 
Cryptic Cravings – Ellen Schreiber 
Cryer’s Cross – Lisa McMann 
Dark Visions – L.J Smith
Dracula – Bram Stoker
Entangled – Cat Clarke
Everlasting – Alyson Noel
Fearscape – Simon Holt
Gad’s Hall by Norah Lofts
The Gathering – Kelly Armstrong 
The Haunted – Jessica Verday 
Hush, Hush – Becca Fitzpatrick
Invinsible – Sherrilyn Kenyon 
Midnight – L.J Smith
My Soul To Keep – Rachel Vincent
Night Walker – Lisa Kessler 
Of Poseidon – Anna Banks
One in a Full Moon – Ellen Schreiber 
Promises – Amber Garr 
Season Of Risks – Susan Hubbard 
My Soul To Keep – Rachel Vincent
Spy Glass – Maria V. Snyder
Uglies – Scott Westerfeld 
Vanished – Meg Cabot 

Automatic Must-Read For October: 
Divine By Blood (Partholon, #3) by P.C. Cast

(Comment on which book {please include authors name} you would add to the list, and i’ll add them to the above ^ list) 

Goodreads Discussion:…

We will update this each time a new book is recommended….  

Also look for your BOM: Book List Page (Coming Soon)

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