Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature from The Broke and the Bookish. I love when it’s time to make the seasonal TBR lists! And making a Fall TBR list is quite daunting indeed. I read 7/10 of my summer list, so hopefully I’m on the right track with fall too. I chose to focus on books that are new releases this fall, though there are some older books I also hope to catch up with. Currently I’m reading the Outlander series so if I get really hooked then this list will go out the window, sigh.
These are the books on my Fall TBR:
1. Perfectly Good White Boy by Carrie Mesrobian – Sean is in his senior year of high school and all his possibilities for the future look “disposable” until he sets his sights on joining the Marines. I really loved Sex & Violence by this author and I’m eager to read more. Oct. 1, Carolrhoda Lab.
2. Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley – This is our next Diversity book club pick and it’s already garnered some great reviews. It’s a historical fiction about civil rights and lgbt issues. Sept. 30, Harlequin Teen.
3. Glory O’Brien’s History of the Future by A.S. King – A.S. King is an auto-read author for me, and her newest sounds very unique. Glory doesn’t see a future after high school, but a little magical realism allows her to see horrific visions of the past and future that inspires her to make changes. Oct. 14, Little, Brown.
4. Loop by Karen Akins – This is a 23rd century time travel romance where things get a little complicated. It sounds really fun! Oct. 21, St. Martin’s Griffin.
5. My True Love Gave to Me edited by Stephanie Perkins – I’m looking forward to kicking off holiday reading with this collection of short stories by some YA author greats. Oct. 14, St. Martin’s Press.
6. Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel – Andrew is reading this one now and loving it, as are many of my blogger friends. I’m waiting for my audio hold to come in so I can listen to it for myself! It’s a post-apocalyptic book about that sounds really lovely. Sept. 9, Knoph.
7. Yes Please by Amy Poehler – I adore Amy and can’t wait to read her take on the humorous memoir. Definitely want to pick up the audio of this one. Oct. 28, HarperAvenue.
8. Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham – This also sounds like a very entertaining memoir, and contains stories about dating, career, and friendship from the Girls creator. Sept. 30, Random House.
9. Us by David Nicholls – Us is about a middle aged man trying to save his failing marriage on a family trip to Europe. Sounds like a wonderful read to me. Oct. 28, Harper.
10. Dirty Rowdy Thing by Christina Lauren – I have to have some romance on this list, and you can’t go wrong with the writing team of Christina Lauren. This is the second book in the Wild Seasons series. Harlow and Finn both like to be in charge so it could never work between them, right? Nov. 4, Gallery Books.
What’s on your Fall TBR?