It has been a while since I took part in “Top Ten Tuesday”, but this week’s topic is an important one. I find when I list books I plan to read it makes me more accountable.
This week the topic is:
Top Ten Books on my Fall TBR
I have a lot of books on my list, many to help me finish reading challenges I am participating in. The top ten, though, are the following:
The Court of Thorns & Roses series by Sarah J. Maas I just finished the first book and LOVED it. I plan to read the whole series. What a fantastical story and wonderful characters.
The Road by Cormac McCarthy
Glass Houses by Louise Penny (especially as the next book is out soon!)
George by Alex Gino
Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood (I know, I know – it has been on my TBR forever!)
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen (same as this!)
Night by Elie Wiesel
Camino Island by John Grisham
You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me by Sherman Alexie
It’s Never Too late to Begin Again by Julia Cameron I read her book The Artist’s Way a long time ago, and now that I am retired, this one begs to be read and acted upon.
What do you plan to read this fall. Check here to see what others plan to read this fall.
Handmaid’s Tale is a book I really need to re-read! Night is also excellent. You have a great list here! Enjoy your fall reading.
Thanks so much!
Ooh, I hope you enjoy Maas’ books! The second book is easily my favorite and I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did!
Happy reading! 🙂
Thanks Kathy. I’m sure I will. After reading The Magic series by Ilona Andrews I despaired of finding another great fantasy series – and now I have.
Oh, this one is definitely great – that’s for sure. 🙂 I love big series in general, but there aren’t that many good ones I absolutely fall in love with.
I so agree. The Fever series by Moning was great as well.
What a nice blog meme for bookworms! I haven’t read a novel is years. Mind you I never was big into reading growing due to difficulties latching onto words and a very insensitive first-grade teacher who shamed me for being a slow reader destroyed my self-confidence. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I figured out my hearing loss due to chronic ear infections when I was a baby is to blame for that but no one knew or understood that at the time. For a time in my teens and early adulthood I enjoyed reading but then after motherhood, my responsibilities kept me too pressed to sit down with a good book. However, I did read to our kids a lot and our daughters became very passionate about reading after they learned. I think of the titles you mentioned, the John Grisham sounds intriguing. It might make for a good movie. That’s more of my speed, too. 🙂 Have a good weekend!
Thanks Cathy.My youngest had ear problems as a youngster and it took him a long time to take to reading. I loved reading to my kids as well – a special time indeed.