Fall 2022 #TBR #toptentuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books on My Fall 2022 TBR

Have you made a Fall 2022 TBR? It’s always exciting to begin a new reading season!

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I’m linking up today with https://www.thatartsyreadergirl.com/2022/09/top-ten-books-on-my-fall-2022-to-read-list/That Artsy Reader Girl: Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books on My Fall 2022 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. My most anticipated read is The Winners by Fredrik Backman (#3 in the Beartown series).

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 nightmares.

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 2022 reading radar.

Find my Summer TBR update here. I’ve read 8/10: one I’m not sure about because I’ve seen mixed reviews and the other one won’t be available for e book until early 2023.

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Fall 2022 TBR

The Winners by Fredrik Backman (cover) Image: white text over a greenlandscape bordered by pine trees

The Winners by Fredrik Backman

Genre: Contemporary Fiction, 3rd in a series that is best read in order (highly anticipated read of the year) (Pub Date: 9/27/22)
Find my review of Beartown and Us Against You here.


A World of Curioisities by Louise Penny (cover) Image: white text and an antique pocket watch with roman numberals on the face

A World of Curiosities by Louise Penny

Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Mystery/Detective, #18 in the series that can be read as stand alones but is best read in order (Pub Date: 11/29/22)


A Song of Comfortable Chairs by Alexander McCall Smith (cover) Image: a graphic picture of a pink overstuffed easy chair with two colorful throw pillows

A Song of Comfortable Chairs by Alexander McCall Smith

Genre: Contemporary Fiction, #23 in the warm and cozy stand-alone series, Diverse Read, Botswana


Mistletoe and Magic for the Cornish Midwife by Jo Bartlett (cover) Image: a young woman dressed in a holiday sweater and jeans stands overlooking a small village that features a decorated Christmas Tree covered in show

Mistletoe and Magic For the Cornish Midwife by Jo Bartlett

Genre: Contemporary Women’s Fiction, #6 in a loosely connected series (Pub Date: 10/27/2022)


An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth by Col. Chris Hadfield (cover) a graphic picture of an astronaut in space above the earth

An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth by Col. Chris Hadfield

Genre: Nonfiction, Memoir, Essay
This might be a great companion read with Project Hail Mary.


Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid (cover) Image: head shot of a woman with dark hair looking up with her eyes closed

Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Sports Fiction
This might be an excellent companion read with Open.


One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle (cover) Image: text over a gackground graphic of homes on a cliff overlooking the ocean

One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle

Genre: Contemporary Women’s Fiction


When We Had Wings by Lawhon, McMorris, and Meissner (cover) Image: three women walk arm in arm along a road lined with palm trees while the sun is setting

When We Had Wings by Ariel Lawhon, Kristina McMorris, and Susan Meissner

Genre: Historical Fiction, WW1 (Pub Date: 10/18/2022)


Christmas at the Borrow a Bookshop by Kiley Dunbar (cover) Image: a young woman dressed in a holiday sweater and jeans stands outside a shop in a snowy scene

 Christmas at the Borrow a Bookshop by Kiley Dunbar

Genre: Contemporary Fiction


Once Upon a December by Amy E. Reichert (cover) Image: graphic picture of a young man and woman stand before a booth decorated for Christmas

Once Upon a December by Kiley E. Reichert

Genre: Contemporary Women’s Fiction, Romance, Friendship (Pub Date: 10/4/2022)



QOTD!

What’s on your Fall TBR?
What is your one most anticipated read this fall?



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46 comments

  1. Oh, An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth and Once Upon a December look fun/interesting! Can’t wait to see what you think of them~ I hope you have a wonderful Fall!

  2. You have a lot of wonderful books here. I just loved Carrie Soto. And I just started (like 10 mins ago!) Once Upon a December.

  3. Carrie Soto is Back is also on my TBR. I’ve already bought The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman. I love the Thursday Murder Club series.

    Otherwise, I’ll focus on books I’ve already purchased but haven’t read yet.

  4. I don’t change my reading habits according to the season either. I’m just as likely to read something set in summer when outside the skies are grey and the trees are bare.
    I have the Louise Penny on my list too…

  5. What a great list, Carol. I have wanted to read Chris Hadfield’s book for so long. There are several on this post that are also on my TBR, but a few that I will have to check out. I should have put The Winners on my fall TTT list as well, because I am planning on reading it.

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