Fall Reading List


Imagine this with me if you will...

A nice cool day. 
A soft spot on the patio with the sun shining through golden trees.
Hot chocolate or a Diet Coke.
And a little extra time to enjoy.

Do my days look like this?

Heck no but a girl can dream and look forward to those wonderful fall days!! 

I really enjoyed having a Summer Reading List so I've created a new list for fall.

books

Pure fun....that's what on this list and I can't wait to dig in!
What's on your fall reading list?


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29 comments

  1. I've never thought about having a fall reading list before Stacey but now that you've mentioned yours I realize it's the perfect time to cozy up with warm blankets and dive into a book! I'm excited to look these up. Thanks so much for sharing your list. Coco

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  2. I don't have a Fall reading list but it sounds like a good idea! I only read non fiction for some reason ( I'm kind of weird like that ) but always have a couple I'm in the middle of at the same time. Your list looks enticing however!

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  3. I usually read whatever Steve has just finished, but any book with Doris Day in the title sounds fun!

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  4. I seldom find time to read. Too many projects and I find when I get into a good book, all else falls by the wayside until I get through it, so I try not to go down that rabbit hole too often!

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  5. I am reading a book right now called Sweet Salt Air by Barbara Delinsky. It is about a food blogger who is writing a cookbook.

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  6. I curled up with a book yesterday and floated around the pool in my sweatpants! A big float so that just my toes got wet was the perfect place to read!

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  7. I'm always excited to find some new titles to read! These sound wonderful--thanks for the ideas!

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  8. I'm adding these to my list. Merry Muffin Mysteries...I love books like that. Have you ever read any of Diane Mott Davidson's books? Her main character is Goldie, a caterer, and she shares some wonderful recipes in her books!

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  9. My Daughter just got me a set of books for October. She knows I love to read scary ones in that month. I am not sure I will be able to finish these anytime soon. They are so big. HA! HA! What I don't finish I will save for next year.

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  10. Sounds wonderful, Stacey.

    I look forward to long, lazy days of reading on the back porch...a cup of tea and a throw to pull up over me on the chaise. Oh, I am dreaming, too! :-)

    Barb

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  11. I have read a couple of Maeve B books...and like them. I have been meaning to read Michael Lee West's books. I need to get with it!
    Sheila

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  12. Hi Stacey, your reading list sounds interesting and I hope you get to sit on the patio and enjoy the fall days.
    I really don't have a list yet, but I will and it will also include some decorating books too.
    Have a great day.
    Happy Fall,cm

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  13. Hi Stacey The only author I've read in your reading list is Maeve Binchey. I love her and have read every one of her books! Thanks for stopping by. that is so sweet of you to suggest I do a house tour. Maybe when I get it done. (hugs) Rhondi

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  14. I haven't read any of those, but they sound good! I love a nice cool day with nothing to do but catch up on reading. I'm currently reading "French Pastry Murder" by Leslie Meier. Sounds terrible, but it's actually a nice little cozy mystery. :)

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  15. I am currently reading A Fine Romance by Susan Branch, We're Just Like You Only Prettier by Celia Rivenbark, and Villette by Charlotte Bronte. Villette is the only novel by Charlotte Bronte that I have yet to read. I do love to read cozy mysteries and Maeve Binchy is a long time favorite of mine.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  16. Lovely idea, a reading list. I hope to get caught up on reading in the winter months ahead.

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  17. I've read A Week in Winter and it's a great book; but anything Maeve Binchy wrote was superb in my opinion. Must check out the other books. Thank you for the suggestions. I'm always looking good books to read.

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  18. You've got a great list! A blog friend just sent me a book that she thought I might want to read before going to New England Oct. 11th.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  19. I haven't read Maeve Binchy for some time ...a nice reminder for my next library visit! :)

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  20. The Nightingale was a GREAT book!!! My book club loved it :-)
    Getting ready to read The Rosie Project, light funny read.

    Hugs!

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  21. I've jotted down a couple of those titles. I couldn't get into the book I was currently reading, and your titles all sound so interesting so I'll try one of your suggestions.

    Thanks and Happy Autumn... :)

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  22. Hi Stacey! Sounds like a bunch of good books! I read more while we were on our trip. Read the new Harper Lee book too. I'm still thinking about that one.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  23. Do you read everything simultaneously? Do you prefer books or electronic books? I just can't seem to read long on my Nook. Maybe I need to go back to old fashioned books. Looks like a great list.

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  24. I look forward to hearing how you like these books.

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  25. All of these sound wonderful! I love fun light reads.
    PS Sorry you didn't get to paint your door.:-( HOA's can certainly cramp your style. Maybe paint the inside of your door? That might be fun.

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  26. Well, I brought some books with me to Sacramento to read while my daughter and new baby nap. I am really in to Rosamunde Pilcher novels right now-reading the Shell Seekers and loving it.
    Your Fall reading list sounds lovely.

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  27. OMGoodness....I want to read The Doris Day Vintage Film Club. I think I'd love it!!! Let me know if you like it or not.

    Enjoy your cruise! I suppose you've already left. I love your post...NRA neighbors and alarm system, LOL!

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  28. I know you already have a book queue for Fall but I have one more that you must add to the list. "The Lemoncholy Life of Annie Aster" by Scott Wilbanks (http://www.scottbwilbanks.com/) is a fantastic novel that has romance, time travel, mystery, suspense and is quite simply a book that you will not be able to put down (perfect for a cozy couch session!) The story follows Annie and her unusual correspondence with a 19th century schoolmarm, Elsbeth Gundy, from Kansas. Annie lives in modern day San Francisco and finds this mysterious link in her backyard. Out of nowhere appears a mailbox with a letter from Elsbeth stating "Trespass is dealt with at the business end of a shotgun in these parts!” The two have to discover what is connecting these two very different worlds. I absolute adore the characters and the dialogue in this book. It is clever and witty and I really think it is enjoyable from start to finish. Hope you will check it out

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  29. Thanks for the list Stacey! I used to be a children's librarian and I so miss getting to read new books before they went on the shelf. I am always looking for something new to read. Can't wait to try these.

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