Sequel September 2018

Sequel September

Being half-way through August, it’s time for my second Sequel September-challenge! I’m feeling kind of nostalgic about this one since it was my first ever monthly challenge and it’s become quite the habit since. As last year, I also have tons of sequels I neglected this year around as well. Not to mention sequels I meant to read in September 2017 and still haven’t picked up.. Ugh.. 

I can’t be the only one, so prepare yourself to join me on this quest to tackle the sequels!

◊ Post a blogpost saying you’ll be joining me in my battle against the TBR-sequels and pingback to this year’s post.
[If it hasn’t been posted yet, no worries: you can pingback / link to this page as well!]
◊ Share your list of all the TBR-sequels that you own and then decide which ones to give priority to.
[Can’t decide which ones to read first? Maybe you can create a poll and let others help you decide!]
◊ If you’re sharing your updates on social media, use #SequelSeptember so we can follow up on each other!


It isn’t necessary to dedicate the whole month to my monthly challenges.
Our TBR’s are all through the roof so it can already be a challenge to read only one or two books that fit this month’s challenge.
You can still join then! The more the merrier!
Remember, it doesn’t matter how much you read. As long as you have fun reading.
And as long as we can tackle our TBR’s, bit by bit.



49 thoughts on “Sequel September 2018

  1. I loved it last year, I am certainly doing it again this year! I’ll post on Instagram.
    On my TBR, some Sherlock Holmes, some Harry Potter, Ship of Destiny (Robin Hobb), The Two Towers (J. R. R. Tolkien) and maybe Only Human (Sylvain Neuvel, it is on my August TBR, but I don’t think I’ll have the time to read it) and Lethal White (Robert Galbraith, which comes out in the middle of the month). Plus a whole bunch of Astérix comics.

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    1. Oooh, awesome! 😀 I love it when people come back for a challenge, haha.
      I definitely should put HP on mine as well, even though it’s a reread. It’s still sequels.
      I haven’t even started LOTR yet. Must make it a goal.. Maybe next year..

      Have fun with it! 😀


    1. Yeah true and I’m only certain about reading one and that’s the next installment in the Stalking Jack the Ripper series. I preordered Escaping from Houdini and I’m hoping it shows up on time.

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  2. I love how you do a challenge every month 😀 I don’t own many sequels and I usually prefer standalones… but I do have a couple sequels on this month’s TBR that I might not have time for, so anything can happen. I might participate with a couple of books.


  3. I love this idea! I’m going to figure out what sequels I need to get to & maybe join you on this journey!


  4. I love your monthly challenges! Sadly, I’m not sure if I’ll be participating in this one, just because my September TBR is going to be pretty much all ARCs again, but I am thinking about reading Godsgrave, so at least that will count if so :’)

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    1. You HAVE TO DO THAT. You can do it!
      I’m going to try and get my sequels of shame off my TBR. Although I’ve already been doing that this month as well – go me?

      [BTW, we totally have to put our heads together for the IT-madness in October soon!]

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    2. Way to go! I just typed up my September TBR post a few days ago and instead of doing a set TBR, it’s more of a list that’s like, “wow, here are all of the ARCs I over-committed myself to, wonder how many I can actually finish in time!” 😀 *dying inside*

      Yes, we do! I still have to get a copy, actually.


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