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State of the ARC – October 2017

I am so excited to post my first State of the Arc. If you don’t know what it is, you can check out Avalinah’s Blog and how you can join, but you basically talk about the state of your Advance Read Copy, ARC, lists and how many you’ve gotten through!

Now on her blog, she does a gorgeous and statistic filled State of the ARC, but it’s my first one, so bear with me a little, okay? I am just going to show you what I have read, all the ARCS I have at the moment, and what I will read in November!

What I Read in Oct

So the ARCs I read are highlighted in Yellow. I read predominately ARCs and am actually on good track for the next month arc wise. I was worried I would be way off and I didn’t actually think I was going to be able to read all of these.

Grand total= 16/20



What I WILL Read in Nov

Creatures of Will and Temper by Molly Tanzer

The Speaker by Traci Chee

Eight Days on Planet Earth by Kat Jordan

The Girl in the Glass Box by Andi Adams

An Alphabet of Embers Anthology

Winter of Ice and Iron by Rachel Neumeier

This Mortal Coil by Emily Suvada

Rewired by S.R. Johannes

The November Girl by Lydia Kang

The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden

The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin

What Remains for 2017

Because I don’t even want to begin naming ARCs for 2018 yet.

Book of Bera, Waking Land, The Rule of Luck, & Smoke

And probably a million others that I am forgetting.


What other ARCs do you wanna read this year?

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10 thoughts on “State of the ARC – October 2017

  1. Wow!! You read a ton of ARCs last month! Good job! And welcome to State of the ARC, thank you for joining <3
    BTW, I am super excited about what you'll think about The Fifth Season. I loooooved that book and we kind of have similar tastes 🙂

  2. It looks like we have a few of the same books. I just read The Empress and I am currently reading City of Brass. This Mortal Coil is one I really wanted to read, but alas I was not approved. I am planning to read The Girl in the Tower in November as well. It looks like you got a pretty good handle on your ARCs. Happy reading!

  3. I have 32 ARCs on my stack including a bunch coming out in 2018. I recently read City of Lies and enjoyed it. I hope you did too.

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