Top Ten Tuesday | Books on My Fall TBR I Want to Read
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That Artsy Reader Girl September 18: Books On My Fall 2018 TBR
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Who else loves TBR lists? If you’re anything like me, you do too. You see, despite the fact that I rarely – if ever – follow through with TBRs. I do love making them. It’s fun to pick out atmospheric reads that you hope to tackle during the season. As autumn rolls in, it seems the perfect season to read novels that might be a little bit dark (aka ideal atmosphere for the season) or re-telling reads like the Robin Hood story I have on today’s list!
Let’s have a look at the hope-to-read fall TBR: autumn 2018 edition.
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Top Ten Tuesday | Books on My Fall TBR I Want to Read (But Probably Won’t)
1: The Forest Queen by Betsy Cornwell | This one sounds so darn good. Plus, I’ve not yet been known to say no to a Robin Hood re-telling – and how perfect does a book like this sound for an autumn read!? Amazon | Goodreads
2: Little White Lies by Jennifer Lynn Barnes | I haven’t read anything by Jennifer – yet, but love the sound of her earlier, ‘The Naturals’ series. Plus, this one is a recent discovery (I didn’t know she had a new book), which seemed like the ideal reason to add it to my fall TBR. Amazon | Goodreads
3: The Geography of Lost Things by Jessica Brody | Only just started reading this one, but I’m intrigued. The “hook” is really good, and the cute cover only adds to its appeal. Plus, this is the first novel I’ve read by Jessica Brody, and a new author discovery is exciting. Amazon | Goodreads
4: My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton and Jodi Meadows | Been meaning – and wanting to read this book for way long. If I’d actually make this one as “read” on my TBR, maybe I’d even be ambitious enough to read book two, My Plain Jane. Amazon | Goodreads
5: Wildcard by Marie Lu | This add is cheating (maybe?) since I am actually reading this one currently, and I’m not far from marking it “done.” Still, I am still reading it, so… I went with it. Amazon | Goodreads
6: Lies we Tell Ourselves by Amy Matayo | A new Indie release from Amy Matayo? Yes indeed! If you haven’t read a novel by Amy, just know they’re emotionally intense, but always lovely. Amazon | Goodreads
7: Rose in Three Quarter Time by Rachel McMillan | Author Rachel McMillan again invites us to Vienna with another installment in her contemporary adult novella romance series. If you read book one – Love in Three-Quarter Time, I have a feeling, you’ll love ‘Rose’ as well. Amazon | Goodreads
8: Match Me if You Can by Tiana Smith | Anytime I run across a new contemporary that sounds good, I jump at adding said book to my TBR. Such is the case with this January 2019 release. A YA romance that sounds precisely like my cup of tea. Amazon | Goodreads
9: Rescue Me by Susan May Warren | Once upon a time I read book one in this series. Someday I really must come full circle and play catch up on not one or two, but five additional books that make up the 6-book Montana Recuse series. With its search and rescue team, somehow this one “feels” like a good autumn read. Amazon | Goodreads
BONUS! I’m also excited for Things Left Unsaid by Courtney Walsh.
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Do you make seasonal TBRs? How are you planning this one – by new releases or atmospheric? Tell me what you like to read during the beauty that is the autumn season.
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