Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Top Ten Tuesday - Fall TBR


Today I'm linking up with Top Ten Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl which is all about lists.  Since lists are one of my favorite things this is one of my favorite linkups!  Today's topic is all about my Fall TBR.  I love this topic and am always excited when it comes up every season.  I'm not great about actually reading the books that go on these lists but I always enjoy imaging that I will!  Half the list is upcoming releases and the other half overdue reads.

1.  Murder on Cold Street by Sherry Thomas - I love this series and I love the covers!  I'm really excited to read this one.

2.  The Christmas Table by Donna VanLiere - I've read a few of VanLiere's books and they're always sweet uplifting reads and this one sounds really great.

3.  Christmas at the Island Hotel by Jenny Colgan - I am so excited to have the opportunity to go back to Muir and can't wait to see more of Flora and find out what happens next with her.

4.  Broadcast 4 Murder by JC Eaton - I love love love this cozy mystery series and can't wait to read this latest one.

5.  The Gift of the Magpie by Donna Andrews - I love Andrews' series and the name on this one is just fantastic.

6.  Murder Go Round by Carol J Perry - I've been listening to this series from the beginning and really loving it.  I can't wait to listen to the next one.

7.  The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katarina Bivald - I've been wanting to read this book since it came out and I finally bought a copy.  Now I need to actually read it!

8.  Elephants Can Remember by Agatha Christie - This is the next book in my Christie reread and while it's not my favorite I am looking forward to it.

9.  The Shadow Sister by Lucinda Riley - These are so long that I tend to have a hard time diving into them but I have loved the first two and really want to listen to this one.

10. Teaching from Rest: A Homeschooler's Guide to Unshakeable Peace by Sarah Mackenzie - Life has derailed a bit and homeschooling suddenly has some challenges I wasn't expecting.  I loved the previous book I read by this author about family read alouds and unshakeable peace sounds pretty great.

What are you hoping to read this fall?


  1. Some interesting fall picks. The A.Christie title is one I'm not familiar with.

  2. Hi Katherine! I also finally bought a copy of The Readers of Broken wheel recommends and also just need to find the time to finish it...!

    I loved Elephants can remember, it's one of my favorite Agatha Christie. Maybe you'll feel better about it second time around.

    I didn't do a Top Ten Tuesday today, I was crazy enough to join the Classics Club. Will see how it goes! Here's my link if you want to see what my new mountain looks like

    The Classics Club - I finally did it!

  3. Great reading list for the fall. Enjoy!

  4. Elephants Can Remember is not one of my favorite Christie books either, but it's been a long, long time since I read it. Maybe a good fall read. Or Halloween Party? Ha! I'm also very much looking forward to the new Lady Sherlock book. Cannot wait!

  5. I can't wait to read Broadcast 4 Murder too! :)

  6. Ooo I finished Murder on Cold Street on audio this past weekend and need to write my review. I too love the series. Enjoy!!

  7. I liked Murder on Cold Street and thought The Christmas Table was nice (but not my favorite Christmas book this year) and really hope to get the Jenny Colgan Christmas book. I hope you can read some of these!

  8. Yes I love making lists like this even though can't always read them. I get driven by what is coming in from the library but then again they "are on my list". I so want the next Muir Jenny Colgan book.

  9. Same. I rarely actually read all the books on my TBR lists, but I have lots of fun making them :)

    Happy TTT (on a Wednesday)!

  10. I'm a bit late with my list this week. I'm waiting on a good few but most don't come out in paperback until next year!

  11. I still have to read the book about reading aloud. 👍✨

  12. Hmmm...the third of The Black Witch series, The Vine Witch, and maybe the second book of that Lucinda Riley series.