Well, here we are. On the cusp of autumn and with its arrival comes another round of crisp, cool air (at least in the Midwest) and the opportunity to again share new TBR hopefuls. In this case, specific to the season, so it’s a fall 2020 TBR reading list.
So. Before we get into today’s new TBR, I’ll just say this, I did something. Something that I’m always loathe and bookish “fearful” to do. That is, I went back and looked at my summer TBR and to add insult to injury I filmed it as last week’s newest booktube video. It’s always painful to look back on these TBRs because I know myself. Meaning I never, if ever, read very many books on any TBR, despite the fact that I do enjoy creating them. But this go-round I did, and you know what…
For me, this is pretty dang impressive. So, in the same Summer Reading Wrap Up video I film, I also talk about three (two that I don’t mention below) fall TBR hopefuls. If you want to see which books I did read and which additional fall reads I might get to, you can see that in the new video. In other queries, should I make this a habit; taking a look back at my TBR progress? It could be scary OR quite fun. Thoughts?
This list is going to mostly be made up of books on my shelf, minimal upcoming/new releases, and in an effort to be better, I’m also carrying over a few of the books I didn’t get to from my summer TBR. Let’s have a look.
Fall 2020 TBR Books
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1: The Inheritance Games, Jennifer Lynn Barnes
This first pick is kind of a “wild card” read just because I’m not sure it’s going to be a read I’d like. That said, it does have an interesting premise so it’s staying on the list. At least… for now. Amazon | Goodreads
2: The Code for Love and Heartbreak, Jillian Cantor (October)
3: Jo & Laurie, Melissa de la Cruz and Margaret Stohl
4: Until I Met You, Tari Faris
Received this one from the publisher, so it’s a must-read on this TBR – even if nothing else gets read, this one must. It’s a contemporary about a librarian who, excited to run a small town library, discovers their idea of a functioning library is very different than hers. Amazon | Goodreads
5: The Vanishing Stair, Maureen Johnson
6: The Ghost and the Goth, Stacey Kade
Pretty sure this has been on my list for years at this point. But a: it looks like the ideal autumn read (quick, easy and topically fun) and b: it’s reaching the point not where a girl needs to read it or add it to the unhaul pile. Amazon | Goodreads
7: Meg & Jo, Virgina Kantra
8: The London Restoration, Rachel McMillan
Yet another book I failed to read from my summer TBR. But its plot and setting really sound more conducive to this season anyway, so… we’ll stay that’s a good thing. Amazon | Goodreads
9: Of Curses and Kisses, Sandhya Menon
10: Instant Karma, Marissa Meyer (November)
11: Recommended for You, Laura Silverman
12: Moment of Truth, Kasie West
This is my last (*sniff*) novel by West until she releases something new. I’m actually all caught up (far as I know) on her backlist, so now I have to watch for each new release. I’m quite sad (and mad!) about this. Amazon | Goodreads
Ok, over to you, all. What fall 2020 TBR books are on your list? Are any of these books you’ve read and enjoyed (or not liked)? Do you see any you also want to read? Comment all of your thoughts down below.
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