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Top Ten Tuesday #56: Top Ten Books On My Autumn TBR

Happy Tuesday, and happy Top Ten Tuesday day, everyone! This week’s theme is one that I like to complete every season: Top Ten Books On My ____ TBR! And today we’re all posting the autumn edition! Yas! I love reading in the fall. Don’t get me wrong, I adore laying on a beach with a good book, but I didn’t go to any beaches this summer, so I’m excited for baggy sweaters, cozy socks, fluffy blankets, a hot cup of tea, and a good book. That combo makes me so so happy! To see which books I’ll be reading this autumn, and if we’ll be reading any of the same ones, please continue reading!

– About the Meme –

For those of you who don’t know what Top Ten Tuesday is all about, here is a quote
from The Artsy Reader Girl, the host of this weekly meme:

“I assign each Tuesday a topic and then post my top ten list that fits that topic. You’re more than welcome to join me and create your own top ten (or 2, 5, 20, etc.) list as well. Feel free to put a unique spin on the topic to make it work for you! Please link back to That Artsy Reader Girl in your own post so that others know where to find more information. You’ll find the schedule of upcoming TTT topics below so you can plan ahead. I’ll post a Linky here on the blog each week so you can link up your post (if you want). If you don’t have a blog, post your picks in the comment section below! Have tons of fun talking books and getting to know your fellow bloggers!”

– Top Ten Books On My Autumn TBR –

Well, it turns out that I only have 8 books that I’m reading after it officially becomes Fall (Sept 22), so I added the 2 other books on my TBR before that date as well. And they count as my top 10, because I requested or accepted them for review over other books for this time period! If that makes sense, haha.

– ONE –

Rebecca Schaeffer’s
Not Even Bones

– TWO –

Kiersten White’s The Dark
Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein


Megan Sheperd’s
Grim Lovelies

– FOUR –

Julie Kagawa’s
Shadow of the Fox

– FIVE –

Claire Legrand’s Sawkill Girls

– SIX –

Lauren Oliver’s Broken Things

 – SEVEN –

Becky Albertalli and
Adam Silvera’s
What If It’s Us


Lisa Maxwell’s
The Devil’s Thief

– NINE –

Virginia Boecker’s
An Assassin’s Guide
to Love and Treason

– TEN –

Lev A.C. Rosen’s
Jack of Hearts
(And Other Parts)


38 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday #56: Top Ten Books On My Autumn TBR

  1. There’s something just so eerie of reading with a fresh autumn weather with a cup of something hot, covered in a blanket and maybe in front of a fireplace. Also, i love how you made your blog autumn theme too !!

    your tbr seem to follow a kind of theme except for two ahah – I don’t really have one for myself; Id like to finish when dimple met rishi in french and the general theory of haunting to get back on my feet from arcs but THEN I do have some planned for blogoween (well.. three for now)

    1. I agree! And yaaaay! I love autumn so much that I couldn’t help myself, hahaha.

      And oooh I loved When Dimple Met Rishi 🙂 and I’m sure it’s interesting in French! and I haven’t heard of the other one, so I’ll have to look it up 🙂

      Thanks so much for reading and commenting!

    1. Haha yay! And I read both Friend’s Exorcism and Horrorstor and loved and liked them respectively 😀 So I have high hopes for We Sold Our Souls 😀 And thanks so much!

  2. I’m so eager to read Not Even Bones! I’ve heard that it’s really different, which is great. I also have an ARC of Shadow of the Fox that I need to get to. Plus I just finished What If It’s Us, and I thought it was okay! Different from what I expected, somehow. D:

  3. Oh. My. Gosh! How cute is your fall them on your blog, I absolutely LOVE! And yes to Shadow of the Fox! I’ve loved every single Kagawa book I’ve picked up and this one sounds fabulous. Here’s hoping we both love!

    1. Aweee thank you so much! And I can’t believe I haven’t read a Kagawa book yet! I’m pretty excited for Shadow of the Fox and to pick up her other books afterward! I hope we’ll both love that one too!

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