Fall Reading List

Fall Reading List

Now that it’s Fall and the weather is cooler things are slowing down for me. No more BBQs or parties on the weekends. The weather is getting cooler and the days are getting shorter. I’m spending less and less time outdoors and more time curled up on my couch with lit pumpkin scented candles all around me.

The start of Fall always means I have more time to read, something I love to do but have so little time to enjoy during the warmer months. I walk around with a book on me at all times, very Rory Gilmore-ish of me.

These are just some of the books I’m hoping to read this Fall.



I know I’m late to the game with this book but I’ve heard some really good things about so I figure it’s time to read it. I’m also trying to add more books geared towards women and business related books to my library. Maybe 4 a year to start out?

The Luckiest Girl Alive

Luckiest Girl Alive

This book is being compared to Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl so I have to read this. I’m a huge fan of Gillian Flynn’s books and usually like books that are similar in style. Hopefully this is a good one and won’t disappoint.

Those Girls

Those Girls: A Novel

I’ve read Still Missing by Chevy Stevens in the past and really enjoyed it. It was suspenseful and had a great twist at the end. Suspenseful stories always capture my attention.

What are some books you want to read this Fall?

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  • Reply Candace

    I’m so jealous! I’ve been wanting to post about all my books, but they’re all boxed up because of my upcoming move. Bummer!

    October 2, 2015 at 8:54 AM
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    i have a list a mile (ok it’s like 30) of books i want to read this season! girl boss is on my list!

    October 3, 2015 at 7:14 AM
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