THE TEN TITLES on my FALL 2023 TBR

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If I were the lazy sort of book list creator (and let’s be real, I am close to being so often), I could probably “copy and paste” the opening of almost any TBR list because it’s pretty much the same from season to season. It’s always about the lament of never reading the books I curate but that these lists are fun nonetheless. I still stand by this as we go into our fall 2023 TBR list. It’s the same in a repeat kind of way.

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Regardless of the challenge that is a: I’m still not reading (at least very little) and b: even when I am reading, I still rarely read the list I create, I think putting one together is fun. It’s just cool to see books on a list and find ones that “feel” seasonally atmospheric. Let’s dive in and see which ones (likely repeats!) make this list.


FALL 2023 TBR LIST


A ROYAL CHRISTMAS, MELODY CARLSON

This one was kindly sent to me by Revell, the publisher. I don’t know much about it, but it’s a short (page count) read and it (obviously) has the royal trope, so I’m hoping it’s a good read. Goodreads

THE BLONDE IDENTITY, ALLY CARTER

Just seems like it would be a fun read. Goodreads

JANE and EDWARD, MELODIE EDWARDS

Just preceding its release this novel was getting some hype on social media, and since I read another Jane Eyre re-telling several years ago that I did enjoy, I thought this one deserved a chance. Goodreads

THE VANISHING STAIR, MAUREEN JOHNSON

Pretty sure I’ve had this one on multiple TBR posts, and probably mostly the fall one. I read Truly Devious (though I never reviewed it which is odd) a few years ago and did enjoy it. Time I read the other novels in the series. Goodreads

THE HOUSEMAID, FREIDA MCFADDEN 

Everyone and their mother has been reading this one on Instagram. I don’t think it’s going to be a me read, but I saw it on a store shelf and sort of backpedaled into the old me by caving to the hype. Goodreads

THE DO-OVER, LYNN PAINTER

I cannot remember what drew me to this novel, but it looks really cute and for some reason, it’s giving me “fall reading.” Goodreads

THE MAID, NITA PROSE

Pretty sure this one has been on my seasonal TBRs, too. Goodreads

GHOSTED, AMANDA QUAIN

I mean the title pretty much says it all, right? But since I cannot leave it at that, I’ll also say, this is a re-telling of Northanger Abbey. Goodreads

PRETTY LITTLE PIECES, CARMEN SCHOBER

I did enjoy Carmen’s After She Falls, so since I have this one on my bookshelf it seems a good one to add to a fall TBR. Plus it’s quite different than her debut so I’m curious. Goodreads

THE COMEBACK SEASON, JENNIFER E. SMITH

For some reason, Jennifer’s books, even though they’re contemporary always seem like “fall” to me. This one is about baseball but still it just has that “fall” affect to me. Goodreads

Have you read any of these? Would you? Which ones do you plan to read? What’s making your fall 2023 TBR? Comment all the thoughts below. Let’s meet up in the comments.

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36 comments

    1. Well this is awesome to hear! So glad it’s a good read, Angela. I saw some hype for it back when it released and even though I haven’t read it yet, I’m curious about it AND its sequel. ;)

    1. It is sweet, isn’t it, Kristi!? (I posted this up before I started to read it.) Definitely a charming story and really great for anyone looking for a fun gift for a book lover, too! :)

    1. I also like the idea of a Valentine’s Day themed read. We always get so many Christmas novels, but sometimes the other holidays (that would make a fun backdrop) get lost. :)

    1. I know I’m never ready for Christmas anything this time of year, Cindy. ;) But I do sometimes read a book or watch a Christmas movie around this time because that’s when promotion for those sorts of things begin. Plus I usually create lists centered on seasonal things and you have to start that earlier than I’m ready.

    1. I’m glad to not be the only person who hasn’t read it yet! ;) It does sound perfectly fall-ish and thank you! You too, Leah. I hope you have a great new season.

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