Our Favourite September Bookstagrams

Hey Savvy Readers!

September has been a fantastic month — I can’t believe it’s over. Seriously, what? Anyways… tons of great books were released this month, and the bookstagramming was right on point. This list could go on forever, but we’ve rounded up just a few of our favourite September grams.

We’ll start with the big stuff. Emma Donoghue’s The Wonder has been shortlisted for the 2016 Giller Prize!

 

In other award news, PAX was longlisted for the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature.

 

Greg Iles’ Natchez Burning Trilogy blog tour hit off the month.

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There was the *creative* falling out of summer..

 

And I don’t think there’s anyone who hasn’t joined the FFC.

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This great YA Trilogy became complete.

 

Gayle Forman came out with a new great read, this time for adults!

 

This novel is stunning both inside AND out.

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A cool and creative YA ‘flip book’ from Lauren Oliver

 

The perfect place to read The Perfect Girl.

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And.. this matching book and mug are just wonderful. Not to mention the title (and content) of the book.

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What was your favourite bookstagram this month, Savvy Readers? Leave a link in the comments or tell us on Twitter @SavvyReader. And hey! You can also send your October bookstagrams to us to be featured next month!

Ashley

Follow me on Twitter @SavvyReader & @ashleyposluns.

 

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