Mmmm.. the crispness of autumn air has started. I love it. The fall is seriously my favourite season. Hot drinks, cozy scarves, the crunching of leaves under my feat. Fall is wonderful. And with the weather getting colder, you have a great excuse to curl up on the couch with a fuzzy blanket and a book.
As always, I have a huge stack of books that I want to read. Here are a few that I plan on reading in the coming weeks. A lot of these are new 2018 books.
Today’s Top Ten Tuesday Topic:
Books on My Fall TBR
1. Ayesha At Last by Uzma Jalaluddin
I’m always a sucker for Pride and Prejudice reimaginings. This new one sounds amazing. And, it’s CANADIAN. I’m a little excited. (Can you tell?) Ayesha is a modern Muslim woman who lives in Toronto. She’s not searching for a husband. Especially a traditional one. But Khalid is smart and handsome…and super traditional and judgmental. What will happen?? 😀
2. Game of Secrets by Kim Foster
Victorian London. Check. Special abilities. Check. Being hunted for those special abilities. Check. Searching for a missing sibling. Check. Assassins in training. Check, again! This book has a lot of elements that promise a fun read. I have two copies. Stay tuned for a giveaway!
3. The Darkest Star by Jennifer L. Armentrout
This one comes out at the end of October and is a return to the world of Jennifer’s previous series Lux (which I haven’t actually read yet). A a guy who much more than he seems, a foray into a dangerous world, and a seventeen-year-old girl who is trying to figure out where she fits into all of it. I’m expecting a fair bit of action and a bit of romance too.
4. The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson
This one is left over from my summer TBR. I didn’t end up getting to it but I’m actually really glad. Because now, when the chilly weather starts making me miss summer, I can jump into this summery meet-cute of a book and enjoy a sweet romance and dream of beaches and sandals and sundresses.
5. Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan
I saw the movie. It was brilliant. SO. MUCH. FUN. And now, I just have to jump on the bandwagon and read the book. Have you read it yet?? I’m gonna nab the audiobook so I can listen while I walk. That’s my favourite way to exercise!
6. Open Sea by María Gudín, translated by Cynthia Steele
Historical fiction. Romance. Pirates. This book sounds like a lot of fun too. I received it for review and am excited to try it out and let you know what I think.
What books are you planning on reading this fall?