Top Ten Books on My Fall TBR

We all know my TBR is where most books go to linger for a very long time. But if I WERE to read some books this fall, this is what I would be reading. (Sorry for the lack of book covers – time is escaping me more than ever).

1. A Window Opens | Elisabeth Egans

This is on my hold list at the library, so presumably I want to read it, although I can’t remember actually requesting it. It’s a book about a working mom’s attempt to have it all. Apparently.

2. Carry On | Rainbow Rowell

In Fangirl, the main character write Harry Potter-esque fan fiction. This is that fan fiction. Of course I’m reading it.

3. Armada | Ernest Cline

I had a three week old when this book was released, so I hope I can be forgiven for totally missing its release. I haven’t read any reviews but I’ll definitely be listening to the audio version narrated by Wil Wheaton.

4. Why Not Me? | Mindy Kaling

What Mindy Kaling writes, I read.

5. Winter | Marissa Meyer

The final installment in the Lunar Chronicles. Maybe I should get on the wait list now?

6. Need | Joelle Charbonneau

I’m hoping this one is as enjoyable as The Testing.

7. Who Do You Love | Jennifer Weiner

I don’t even know what this one is about, but I love Jennifer Weiner.

8. Geraldine Brooks | The Secret Chord

I am pretty sure that I will be singing Leonard Cohen the entire time I read this one, but that’s a risk I’ll take.

9. My Life on the Road | Gloria Steinem

I can’t imagine this is not a fascinating memoir.

10. Furiously Happy | Jenny Lawson

I mostly want to read this because of the crazy racoon on the cover. True story.


What books are you looking forward to reading this fall?

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5 thoughts on “Top Ten Books on My Fall TBR

  1. I’m reading A Window Opens right now, actually. So far, I’m liking it… lots of references to books and book culture, though this working mom’s life is not much like mine so far.

  2. Twitter: TiBookChatter
    A nice, well rounded list. I have yet to make my list. I really want to, but work… eh, it’s taking up my time these days.

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