September 21, 2021
Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books on My Fall 2021 TBR
I’m linking up today with That Artsy Reader Girl: Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books on My Fall 2021 TBR.
What is your most anticipated fall read?
With all the books that are on my radar on a given day, it’s nice to pick out a few for an official TBR. Ten still leaves room for library holds that come in, occasional ARCs, or some mood reading.
One question you may ask is “Are these spooky reads or thrillers?” Many readers have differing opinions of what comprises a fall read: some want spooky, some look for atmospheric, some seek out thrillers, while others like to tackle large tomes or nonfiction during the fall when they are spending more time sitting by the fire. It’s my opinion that any book you read in the fall is a fall read. For my fall reads, I look for the types of books I look for all year: memorable, thought-provoking, and unputdownable. So the answer to the question is NO….no thrillers or spooky reads because I’m too susceptible to nighmares.
The following two highly anticipated books were on my initial fall TBR list and then FOMO gripped me and I read them in summer! Project Hail Mary (AUDIO)) by Andy Weir and Three Words For Goodbye by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb. I highly recommend both of these 5 Star reads for your fall TBR.
Keep in mind that I’m not yet recommending the books on my official fall TBR list…..check back often, though, because I will provide updates and links to reviews as I read them. For now, these are the reads that are on my fall 2021 reading radar.
*Titles are Amazon affiliate links.
Fall 2021 TBR
Genre: historical fiction, WW11, France (Pub Date: 11/30/21)
I loved Last Train to London and I’m eager to read Clayton’s new release. Read an author interview by Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog.
Genre: WW11 historical fiction (ARC: Pub Date: 11/16/21)
Recommended by Nicki @ The Secret Library Book Blog
Genre: historical fiction
I’m eager to read the new release by the author of A Gentleman in Moscow.
Genre: historical fiction/science fiction/contemporary fiction mashup.
I’m curious about this new release by the author of All the Light We Cannot See.
***UPDATE: 4.5 Stars. A beautifully written, challenging, and complex read. My review of Cloud Cuckoo Land here.
Genre: nonfiction, 9-11
Recently, I saw this title mentioned in a few 9-11 posts and I remembered I had wanted to read it. This will be my #NonfictionNovember read.
#22 in the No 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency Series (I’m a series completest and it’s now a fall tradition!)
Genre/categories/setting: light contemporary fiction, cozy mystery, Botswana (Pub Date: 10/22/21)
Genre: light women’s contemporary fiction
I put this on digital hold at the library in July upon a recommendation from Jennifer @ Tar Heel Reader in this collaborative post and I still don’t have it, so I’m bumping this light summer read into fall!
Genre: women’s fiction, classic
I enjoy revising selected classics. I’ve recently reread A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and Tomorrow Will Be Better, so I want to complete my reread of Betty Smith with Joy in the Morning. Have you read these classics?
***UPDATE: 4 Stars. Enjoyable, but my favorite of the three is A Tree Grows In Brooklyn.
Genre: light contemporary romance, women’s fiction
Recommended by Carla @ Carla Loves To Read in the this collaborative post from summer.
***UPDATE: 3.5 Stars. Enjoyable and light. My review of House Swap here.
Genre: contemporary fiction
Who can resist a book about books?!
What’s on your Fall TBR?
What is your one most anticipated read this fall?
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