Fall Reading

My summer reading list was fairly somber, so for the fall, I’ve chosen some lighter reads (I hope). It’ll still feel like summer for a few more months in this part of the world, but I’m ready to curl up with a good book and something warm and pumpkin-y.

The List:

Paris Was the Place, Susan Conley (Paris, yes!)

Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls, David Sedaris (About halfway through my grim summer list, I put out a call to my reading friends on Facebook, asking them to recommend something funny. This book was one of them, and I’m finally getting around to reading it!)

Life After Life, Kate Atkinson (I keep hearing amazing things about this novel. I hope it lives up to the hype.)

Until I Say Good-Bye, Susan Spencer-Wendel (I had to include a tear-jerker, of course. I’ve been reading Spencer-Wendel’s columns in the Palm Beach Post and am looking forward to reading her book.)

Burning Sky, Lori Benton (Years ago, I used to visit an online writers’ forum regularly, and Lori was one of the writers active on this site at that time. I read snippets of her novel, and I was delighted to see her now-published book in the New Books section of my local library. Congratulations, Lori!)

What are you reading this fall?



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2 Responses to Fall Reading

  1. Elena says:

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