The Broke and the Bookish is Top Ten Books in my Fall TBR. I love this topic because I get to think about what's coming out, what's already on my shelf and what I really want to read. I did okay with the last TBR post and only have 2 unread so I'm hopefully for similar if not better results for this one.
2. The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman - Neil Gaiman is an author I've been wanting to read for awhile though I'm a little nervous because the episodes he's written of Doctor Who tend to be my least favorite. The blurb on this one really caught my eye though so I figured this would be a good place to start.
3. The Duke and I by Julia Quinn - This is the first book in the Bridgerton series which is one of my favorite historical romance series. I'm trying to squeeze some rereading into this year and I want to revisit the Bridgertons before reading the newest book that Quinn released earlier this year.
4. All the Little Liars by Charlaine Harris - I have had mixed results with Charlaine Harris. I loved 1 series by her but didn't love another and to be honest I've never really felt the urge to pick up the Sookie Stackhouse series though it is becoming more tempting. I love this series about a librarian who investigates murders and am really excited that this new one is coming out in October.
6. The Flower Arrangement by Ella Griffin - This is about a young woman in need of healing who owns a flower shop in Dublin. It looks like there may be a touch of magical realism. Even if not I have high hopes!
7. Sun Sand Murder by John Keyse-Walker - I love a good murder mystery and I love when people aren't who they say they are (in fiction of course, in real life that would be troubling) and this is a new to me mystery author so I'm excited!
8. When All the Girls Have Gone by Jayne Ann Krentz - I love a good romantic suspense and Krentz's are always so much fun!
9. The Secret Sister by Brenda Novak - This is an older release but one that has been sitting on my Kindle for far too long. I enjoy Novak's writing and I love romantic suspense. Plus, this one has a heaping scoop of family secrets so it really sounds like something I'd enjoy.
10. Treasure on Lilac Lane by Donna Alward - Alward's Jewell Cove is one of my favorite fictional towns to visit. It's been awhile since I've been there so I'm looking forward to this one from a couple of years ago that somehow I missed when it came out.
What are you looking forward to picking up this fall?