Top Ten Tuesday – My Fall TBR List


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly linkup of book bloggers hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week, the topic is “Books on My Fall 2020 TBR”

At the start of each season, I enjoy creating a must-read list of books for the coming season, as well as a vision board of what I hope to accomplish.

Spring’s (and then summer’s) list looked doable – yet with all the upheaval, first with covid and then with my husband’s health issues (and ultimate long stay in hospital), I turned more to fantasy and romance.

With this new list for fall, I chose a few books from the previous 2 lists but most reflect books I want to read because of the upheaval.

Books on My Fall 2020 TBR

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A Desperate Fortune by Susanna Kearsley

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The Deadly Hours -anthology including Susanna Kearsley

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What You Wish For by Katherine Center

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The Switch by Beth O’Leary

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A Better Man by Louise Penny

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Moon of the Crusted Snow by Waubgeshig Rice

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A Man Called Ove by Frederik Backman

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Wild Country by Anne Bishop

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Zen in the Art of Writing by Ray Bradbury

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Embers by Richard Wagamese

22 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – My Fall TBR List

    • Thanks Greg. Moon of the Crusted Snow is our One Book One Community read this year – and there is a special talk with the author tomorrow (2 pm) and Thursday (7 I think.) Should be interesting

  1. Still haven’t read anything by Katherine Center, but one of these days I need to give one of her novels a chance. They sound really good! Happy autumn TBR-ing. 🙂

  2. I love noting what I really want to read and you have some great books planned for the fall. I’ve read some of yours but not the mystery/thrillers! Happy fall reading.

  3. These are all new to me. That’s one of the things I love about this week, seeing all the new books. Have you been reading less lately? I know I have. I don’t know if its directly COVID related, but my husband lost his job for other reasons (corruption in the company he was working for) and having him home all the time I think hurts my reading.

    • It has definitely been a strange time. I’ve had bouts of not being able to focus on one book but flit between books. That’s why I’ve reread several books – for comfort. My husband hasn’t been home – he’s been in hospital so that poses a different dynamic. All the best for your husband. May he find a good job.

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