September 19, 2017

Fall 2017 TBR

Today's Top Ten Tuesday topic is Fall TBR. Now we all know that I have no idea what I'm going to have time to read between now and December 22. So let's pretend that I have all the time in the world to read these books. Okay? Okay.

Reading People: How Seeing People Through the Lens of Personality Changes Everything by Anne Bogel - I love this author as a blogger and podcaster, so I I'm super excited to read her book. And personality is highly interesting to me, so double win!

Autumn by Ali Smith - This is on the Man Booker Prize for Fiction Long List. And what better time to read it than in the fall, right?

A Study in Scarlet Women by Sherry Thomas - This keeps popping up in my life. I've heard it mentioned several times recently, as a great Sherlock retelling. Charlotte Holmes has no interest in being a proper Victorian wife and mother. She masquerades as Sherlock Holmes and solves crimes.

Hardcore Twenty-Four by Stephanie Evanovich - Of course I'm going to read this one as soon as I get my hands on it. I think it's coming out in November.

A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton - This author is nearing the end of the alphabet so I think it's safe to start the series over again. By the time I get through it, she'll have Z out.

Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore by Matthew J. Sullivan - It might be nice to include a book by a man on this list. Also, the cover for this book is fantastic! Check it out here:

The Quick by Lauren Owen - Fall is a good time to read about vampires, right? Seems right to me.

NW by Zadie Smith - I have a copy of this and I heard it recommended on one of my favorite podcasts recently, so it might be a sign from the universe that I should read this soon.

A Natural History of Dragons by Marie Brennan - Let's toss a fantasy book into the mix hey? I mean, yeah, vampires are fantasy, but... dragons.

The End of Your Life Bookclub by Will Schwalbe - This is at the very top of my TBR list and I just really need to finish it. Just do it. No excuses.

So that's my top ten books on my Fall TBR. What do you want to read this fall?