Fall Reading – 2018


Fall is officially here. There are so many fun events in the world of books during the fall, with book festivals (I’m really hoping to go to the Texas Book Festival in Austin, TX this year), readathons (like Dewey’s 24 hour readathon), and PBS announcing the Great American Read. With all these fun things happening this fall, I am hoping that this will inspire me to get through the following (or at least a majority of the following) reads:

NetGalley Reads

  • The Royal Runaway by Lindsay Emory 
  • I Hate You, I Love You by Elizabeth Hayley 
  • One Day in December by Josie Silver
  • The Library Book by Susan Orlean
  • Girls on the Line by Jennie Liu
  • Broken Ground by Val McDermid
  • Killer Classics by Kim Roberts
  • Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose
  • A Christmas Date by Camilla Isley

BookishFirst Reads

  • Murder Mile by Lynda La Plante 
  • Laurentian Divide by Sarah Stonich

Goodreads Giveaway

  • Postcards from a Stranger by Imogen Clark

Book Club Reads

  • Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
  • Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz √ 
  • Strange Things Done by Elle Wild
  • Out by Natsuo Kirino √ 
  • The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
  • The Devil in the White City by Eric Larson


  • Different Seasons by Stephen King – ebook
  • The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn – book
  • Bonfire by Krysten Ritter – book
  • Rooms by Lauren Oliver – book
  • The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware – book
  • Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan – book
  • To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han – book
  • Raven and Other Favorite Poems by Edgar Allen Poe – book 
  • Sadie by Courtney Summers – book
  • Fear: Trump in the White House by Bob Woodward – audiobook
  • I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai – audiobook 
  • Kiss Me, Kill Me by Ann Rule – audiobook 
  • My Oxford Year by Julia Whelan – audiobook √ 
  • Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann – audiobook
  • Endurance by Scott Kelly – audiobook
  • The Personality Brokers by Merve Emre – audiobook 
  • The Real Lolita by Sarah Weinman – audiobook 
  • Decluttering at the Speed of Life by Dana K. White – audiobook √ 
  • Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief by Lawrence Wright – audiobook √ 
  • The Sleep Revolution by Arianna Huffington – audiobook 
  • The Atomic City Girls by Janet Beard – audiobook 
  • Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson – audiobook

What are you looking forward to reading this Fall?

Hope you all have a productive Fall Reading season!!! Happy Reading!!!


10 thoughts on “Fall Reading – 2018

    • I’m actually in the middle of Magpie Murders right now, as I have a book club meeting on it tonight and am enjoying it as well. Sorry to hear that Death of Mrs. Westaway wasn’t your favorite. Have you read any other Ruth Ware? Just wondering how it compares to her other work.

  1. I’m not sure if I’ll be picking it up for an October read, but I really want to read Different Seasons soon too. I’ve had a copy for a while now, just need to fit time in for it somewhere.

    • I pretty excited to read Different Seasons. It is shockingly my first Stephen King, and I thought starting with one of his short story collections was the best way to introduce myself to his writing.

  2. soooo many books. all the boys i’ve loved before is cute as fuck, I hope you get to it soon! I read the last two books in the series in less than two days, lol.

    Crazy Rich Asians and Different Seasons are on my TBR, too! And Fear, because obviously, but I don’t own that one yet.

    How’re you feeling about your chances of getting through this?

    • LOL….I’m not feeling great about my chances. I think this was a bit ambitious, especially since I keep adding to it. The 24 hour readathon may help me get through some but I highly doubt all.

  3. The Grapes of Wrath? Oh boy. I have some feelings about that book but I won’t tell you until after you’ve read it hahaha.

    Yay for Different Seasons. 😀 My current comfort read.

    • Yeah….I haven’t read Grapes of Wrath since 8th grade. 8th grade was not a good age to read this book. It made no impact on me at all and I hated it. It took me years to bring myself to even read another Steinbeck. I’m looking forward to revisiting Grapes of Wrath now that I am much older.

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