The Broke and the Bookish is Fall TBR. I LOVE this topic because I get to think about the books I want to read in whichever season. I'm not that great at actually reading them but I do enjoy picking out books for this list!
2. Faithful by Alice Hoffman - Several people have recommended this one to me (LaLa I'm looking at you!) and I've been wanting to try Alice Hoffman for years so I figure this will be the one!
3. Rainshadow Road by Lisa Kleypas - This is a reread for me and one of my favorite contemporary series by Kleypas. I don't do much rereading but I love it and always try to schedule one in. Whether or not it happens has nothing to do with it!
4. Ghost Night by Heather Graham - This is the 2nd book in a romantic suspense trilogy that's full of ghosts and set in Key West. I read the first one and loved it and listened to the first 2 chapters of the 3rd book and loved it so I really need to read book #2 so I can go finish up book 3!
5. The Hollow by Ransom Riggs - I read Miss Peregrine several years ago and really enjoyed it but even though it was a super fast read I haven't gone back and continued the story. Part of the problem is that I really want to read them in print because of the photographs which means I have to go get a physical copy of the book either from the store or the library and it always slips my mind.
7. Death Overdue by Allison Brook - I love coming in at the beginning of a series and this cozy mystery series involves a main character who is a librarian and that library just happens to have a ghost!
8. Sweet Tea and Sympathy by Molly Harper - I've read one Molly Harper book several years ago and always meant to read more so I jumped at the chance to review this one!
9. Sleep Like a Baby by Charlaine Harris - The Aurora Teagarden series is a kind of cozy mystery series that Harris has recently restarted and I'm so excited because it was my favorite by her! I'm really excited to see what Aurora is up to now.
10. Dead of Winter by Wendy Corsi Staub - I read this previous book in this series about modern day Lily Dale and really enjoyed it. I've read a little about the history of Lily Dale and it's a fascinating place so I'm looking forward to revisiting it.
What books do you want to read this fall?