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I don’t know about you but when I think of fall, I think of cozy. And cozy brings up specific images of warm snuggly blankets, candles, hot tea, and BOOKS.
Growing up, I was always such a bookworm. I’d trade in precious hours of sleep to read a couple more chapters. Now that I’ve gotten older I don’t find myself reading a good book too often. Don’t get me wrong, I still read a ton. I spend almost half of my day reading and writing but that’s for my job. And while I love researching and writing for work, I’ve missed being able to read for fun.
So I’ve decided to dust off my library card and start reading again. I tried to keep the list manageable but I have no idea how much I can realistically read this fall. I’ll be sneaking in a few pages every now and then instead of devouring an entire book in one day.
PS. I have included affiliate links for each of these books. If you make a purchase I will earn a small commission. That being said, I highly encourage you to check out your local library where you can probably find many of these books to read for free.
The Paris Hours by Alex George: Any book about life in Paris is a must-read for me. This one explores the lives of four regular people that are each searching for something they’ve lost.
Now Is Not The Time To Panic by Kevin Wilson: I love a book about misfits. This one is about two young misfits and how actions from the past can resurface in the future.
The Gifted School by Bruce Holsinger: Parents want the best for the kids but at what cost?
A Sky Painted Gold by Laura Wood: This book is described as Pride and Prejudice meets The Great Gatsby.
Nobody Wants to Read Your Sh*t by Steven Pressfield: A nonfiction book aimed at helping writers improve their craft.
I am so excited to start reading again. So much so I am not sure which book I want to read first. If you’ve read anything from this list, let me know if you liked them. No spoilers, please. Or if you have a book you are reading and loving, feel free to share it in the comments too.
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