Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Top Ten Tuesday: My Fall TBR List


Just a couple of days ago I shred my favorite books to cozy up with during the Fall season.  Today I'll be sharing something similar -- my Fall TBR list! It is overflowing with some great titles, including some really cute holiday books that I hope to read in November.  I can't seem to summon the courage to read holiday books before Halloween. That's a hard pass from me. What books are on your Fall TBR list? When do you plan to crack open holiday reads?

My Fall TBR List:

1. Shrines of Gaiety by Kate Atkinson - You had me at London during the Roaring Twenties.



2.  Jacqueline in Paris by Ann Mah - Jacqueline Bouvier's college year abroad in Post War Paris.


3.  Lucy by the Sea by Elizabeth Strout - A divorced couple stuck together during lockdown; plus, Strout's excellent prose

4.  The Empress by Gigi Griffis - A re-imagining of Sisi and Franz of Austria. I definitely want to read it before it comes to Netflix!

5.  The Belle of Belgrave Square by Mimi Matthews - Book 2 in the Belles of London series.

6.  The Matchmaker's Gift by Lynda Cohen Loigman -Two women from two different eras have a gift of seeing soulmates in the most unexpected places.

7.  Eyes Turned Skyward by Alena Dillon -A daughter discovers her mother's past as a female pilot during WWII.

8.  Before I Do by Sophie Cousens - The one that got away turns up the night before Audrey's wedding.



9.  Dawnlands
by Philippa Gregory  - The Fairmile series continues as Alinor and her family find themselves entangled in palace intrigue, politics and more.




10.  Hester by Laurie Lico Albanese - A re-imagining of the woman who inspired Hester Prynne, the tragic heroine of The Scarlet Letter.

Holiday Books:


1.  Snowed in for Christmas by Sarah Morgan - A Christmas to remember occurs when Lucy appears on the Miller family's doorstep and is mistaken for Ross's girlfriend.

2.  Holidays in Virgin River by Robyn Carr - Includes two holiday stories from the Virgin River series and exclusive recipes.

3.  Once Upon a December by Amy E. Reichert - A one of a kind Christmas market offers holiday magic.


So, what you guys think? Are any of these books on your Fall TBR list? Do you have any recommendations for me? Let me know in the comments below.  This meme is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.


  1. A lot of these are new to me, but I did preorder the new Sophie Cousens book. I will also probably wait until November to start reading Christmas stories, and I preordered the Amy Reichert book!

    1. Me too! I can't wait to dive into the holiday reads! Thanks for visiting, Angela.


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