6 Book Deals for September

Happy Labor Day Weekend!

We’re in Las Vegas at my parents’ house this weekend, soaking up the sunshine and some end-of-summer swimming.

And, of course, hoping to get some poolside reading in.

Here are some GREAT book deals for the weekend!

A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer
This retelling of Beauty and the Beast is so fantastic – you probably already know that because I’ve been talking about it non-stop for two years. Rhen is the heir to Emberfall and doomed to repeat the same autumn every year until he can get a girl to fall in love with him. This is made extra tricky because at the end of each fall, he turns into a terrifying monster that goes on murderous rampages. And when Harper is snatched from her life in modern-day D.C. and brought to Emberfall as the last chance to save Rhen and his kingdom? Good luck to them both.


Don’t Overthink It by Anne Bogel
I read this one at the beginning of last year, just a few weeks before the whole world shut down and it turned out to be very timely. It’s a quick read with lots of applicable ideas – highly recommend!



Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend – audiobook $5.99
So so many people have recommended this one to me, saying it has a Harry Potter feel to it. This is the time to grab it! I think my girls would LOVE it.



Jane of Lantern Hill by L.M. Montgomery –
If you love Anne of Green Gables, give this stand-alone novel by the same author a spin!

Anne of Green Gables Collection by Lucy Maud Montgomery – audiobook $2.99
I was SO HAPPY to see this audiobook collection on sale – it includes books 1 – 6 of the Anne of Green Gables series, including Anne of Green GablesAnne of AvonleaAnne of the IslandAnne’s House of DreamsRainbow Valley, and Rilla of Ingleside. All the Anne with an E you could ever hope for.



The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko –
I remember my parents reading this one when I was growing up and then Bart and I both read it shortly after we got married and it’s had a big effect on how I think about money, both earning and spending it.




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