September Book Haul | Margot from Epic Reads | Dream Daddy, Sadie & More!

Hello fall, y’all! I’m back with another book haul including some new comics, books and cool stuff I picked up at a local garage sale! What’s the coolest book you’ve found at a garage or yard sale? Tell me in the comments! *book shimmy!*

(PS – My hat is from Brixton….in case you were wondering!)

Sadie by Courtney Summers
Dream Daddy comic #1:
These Rebel Waves by Sara Raasch
Aquicorn Cove by Katie O’Neill
A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns

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  1. KaN3ki
    KaN3ki says:

    "Its about magical seahorses", i couldnt stop laughing at this
    I often read english books(i am from austria) so thats international for me. The origional text is always a bit better and the covers often look better aswell but not always, thats why i try to get into english.
    PS: now i want a hat too

  2. Paweł
    Paweł says:

    Two polish books that U show are actually pretty good.
    "Żniwiarz" is about a girl that lives in our times but she knows that there is much more than just our world. She can see old monsters from slav mythology like nightmare, a little bit different vampires (and much more that I have no idea how to translate), that ordinary people can't see. Her dream is to be a reapper (Żniwiarz=Reaper). Reapers are dead people who come back to fight with this creatures.
    "Król Kier" is about a girl that come to a circus with her friend. But it turns out that it's not just a circus. Those people can really do magic, not just tricks. She falls in the world where exists prophecy in which Hadrian (boy from the circus she falls in love with), is doomed to fight with his brother and only one of them will survive.

  3. Bonn Miguel Daguman
    Bonn Miguel Daguman says:

    So I'm reading Boy Erased by Garrard Conley. It's a memoir about Garrard, who was in conflict with his sexuality, who was forced into a gay conversion camp. A few chapters in and I'm hesitant to go further. To me it's such a delicate and scary subject to tackle and read. But this book is important for me to read because I live in a country where the LGBTQ+ community is discriminated and ostracized and I want to gain more stories and lessons from the members of the community so that I then can help those who are in conflict with their identity. Have you read any books that made you feel this way? What can I do? 🙁 whoops sorry for the long comment got carried away there

  4. Nicky van Bezouw
    Nicky van Bezouw says:

    I bought eleven books this months (whoops)! Seven of them are the UK editions of Harry Potter so I can FINALLY read them in English. I also bought my favourite book in Englisch and a few others I want to read. When I ordered ten, I gave myself a book buying ban, but then I discovered I am meeting Hayley Barker, so I also bought Showstopper… I have no regrets!

  5. Arbie Villarin
    Arbie Villarin says:

    speaking of Netflix shows! YOU IS ON NETFLIX!
    In one of your videos you talked about this book YOU by Caroline Kepnes and your enthusiasm towards the book in that video made me curious about it and I went and picked up a copy and binge read the book and it's sequel (Hidden Bodies)!
    Margot, I hope you get to see this.

  6. TheBrightSideGirl
    TheBrightSideGirl says:

    Oh my gosh you are so hilarious! My husband swears he's never seen anybody make as many different faces as me , until you. You're the only book-tuber he will watch haha. Ok I'm totally stealing your husband bookclub idea!! Last month my hubby picked my TBR which was really fun. But this month i actually got him to listen to Peter and the Star catchers and we are having a great time! ~Maci

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