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Top Ten Tuesday ǀ Fall To-Be-Read



Ah, autumn! It may not technically be here according to the calendar (at this writing), but… it’s here just the same. If you’re anything like me, you’re itching to pull out your favorite fall accessories – hats, scarves and beanies, boots, and embrace the warmth of the season. Everything somehow seems richer during this season, doesn’t it? The colors, the spices, the scents… basically everything I love about the season. But enough about that. We’re here to talk about books.  

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday asks us to make our usual TBR lists for the seasons. I don’t hold much stock in what I’ve put together down below. Why? Because I looked at my Summer TBR. Let me tell you, the results of that aren’t pretty. But the good news is the three books (on this list) that were kindly sent to me thanks to authors or publishers will get read. There is a silver lining to this to-be-read pile after all. (I’m thinking positive, guys!) 

Official Broke and Bookish Topic for September 22nd
 
Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR
 
1. Lightning by Bonnie Calhoun

I enjoyed Thunder, so I'd like to read this one. Whether or not I will (in the near future) remains to be seen.

Amazon ǀ Goodreads

2. The Young Widow’s Club by Alexandra Coutts
 
I had this one on my Summer TBR and never got around to reading it. The good news is, I’m still not late. I have until November before I’m there. Fortunately, this is one of the first books I plan to read on this list. Thanks to the publisher, I’m eagerly awaiting discovering this story. It sounds so unique. Have you read it?  



3. The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings 

Okay. Yes, I’ve talked about this one far too often. It’s still unread. This seems like a perfect season to get to this one though… right?  


4. Sell Out by Tammy L. Gray
 
Loved Tammy's collaboration novella collection, Just One Summer. Naturally reading this (the first in a new series by her) is a must.
Amazon ǀ Goodreads  

5. The Wedding Chapel by Rachel Hauk 

Again, this is another one I’ve yet to read. But I’m not late. I’m very much anticipating this novel as well. It looks as beautiful as it sounds, and whenever I pick up a novel by Rachel, I’m always guaranteed a lovely story.  


6. Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins

Random pick. This one seems to “fit” the season, so why not? Plus, my reading of books about witches is very limited.  

 

7. Of Beast and Beauty by Stacey Jay 

Because the season seems the perfect time to read a dark fairy tale re-telling. Who else is with me?  

 

8. The Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows 

It’s a fantasy and I’m kind of in the mood for some sort of fantasy.  

Amazon ǀ Goodreads 

 
9. Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins 

This summer I read “Anna” and fell head over heels for it. Seriously, I was giggling before I’d read 20 pages. Reading Lola’s story needs to be a priority.  


10. The Sound of Silver by Rachelle Rea 

Rachelle is organizing her blog tour and kindly offered a copy of her follow up novel for review. I was thrilled to have a chance to read this one. It’s next on my TBR – and if you’ve not read The Sound of Diamonds, go forth. Read it.

 


11. An Ember in the Ashes by Saaba Tahir 

I’m curious about this one. I’d like to think I’ll read it before a need for a winter TBR comes about.
 
Amazon ǀ Goodreads
 

12. On the Fence by Kasie West 

I’m actually off and on reading this one now. The reason I’m not solely focused on it is because I’m reading the behemoth that  is Jody Hedlund’s Luther and Katharina (yes, 400 pages qualifies the book as being “behemoth.” I’m a bit of a wimp when it comes to page counts). During that, sometimes if I have limited time or I have a space of time that I need to “relax” for a bit, On the Fence is what I reach for. It’s so light, happy and cute.

 


 
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What made your fall TBR? What's your favorite thing about fall? Let's chat! Leave YOUR blog links to today's topic - I wanna' visit. New readers, thank you for visiting. Friends, thank you for your continued support of Dreaming Under the Same Moon.
 
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  1. I try not to look at my previous seasonal TBR lists (though I have been doing fairly well this year) but I find come autumn and winter I see a lot of familiar titles making an appearance again from the previous year! Maybe this autumn will be the season I finally get around to some of them...Anyways, great list, Rissi, I hope you enjoy reading all of these books! :)

    My TTT

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    1. You've got the right idea, Lianne. Ugh. I tend to want to look because I don't seem to know what's good for me. ;) Thank you! I hope to get to these as well (or as many as possible) and hope you do as well. I could have carried over MOST of my Summer TBR... but I didn't. Makes things more interesting I suppose. ;)

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  2. Omg I loved An Ember in the Ashes. I was very wary on reading it because so much hype surrounds it but I was so surprised to have loved it! I have heard of Young Widow's Club and I'm bery eager to know more about it. We definitely need to read Lola! I also have On the Fence but haven't read it yet. It should have appeared.... So many books, so little time.
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    1. Your last sentence sums it all up: so many books, so little time!

      I'm pleased to know "Ember" lives up to the hype. That's what I hear. "Widow's Club" sounds amazing really, kind of a unique concept for certain. :) Here's hoping we can read On the Fence and "Lola" soon. I'm 50 pages into the former and it's really very sweet. :)

      Thanks so much for visiting.

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  3. I loved An Ember in the Ashes! Happy Reading!

    Check out my TTT.

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    1. I'm so glad, Lauren! Generally, that's one that seems to live up to the hype! Sounds promising. Thanks for visiting. :)

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  4. Oh my goodness, what a bunch of great books (or at least great-sounding books!)
    My TTT FALL READING LIST

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    1. Thanks, Anne! I'm hopeful to find some great ones among these. :)

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  5. I keep meaning to read The Murder Complex too, but never seem to get around to it! I hope you get through these books this fall. :-)

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    1. Right!? I'm in the same boat, Chrissi. Thanks so much - and I wish you the same. Happy fall reading! :)

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  6. I really want to read Orphan Queen, but I thnk I'll save that one for winter just because of the cover. Hahaha. For some crazy reason, I haven't read Anna and the French Kiss yet, although I own it and I've heard nothing but good things about it. This is a great list, Rissi!

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    1. Nothing wrong with that, Teisha. That cover is gorgeous - and does evoke winter-y thoughts. :)

      I only *just* read "Anna," but oh my, gosh. I adored it. Cannot wait to read "Lola" as a result. :)

      Thanks so much for visiting.

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  7. The Wedding Chapel looks delightful.

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    1. I agree, Dawn! Looks amazing and poignant - and I expect the story to be much the same on the inside. :)

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  8. Hex Hall and Lola and the Boy Next Door are fantastic! I hope you enjoy them!

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    1. Awesome! Thanks for saying so, Nicole. I'm excited to get to both ASAP! Thank you for visiting. :)

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  9. Hauck's latest I need to get. Her writing is so lovely.
    That dark Beauty and the Beast looks intriguing.
    And you'll love The Sound of Silver, Rissi. I just finished it and posted my review on Goodreads. It's even better than I remembered it. <3

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    1. You do indeed, Meghan; it looks lovely, doesn't it!? I'm anxious to read it so that a review can go up in correlation with its release. I agree about B&TB! It looks crazy good, right? Or at least entertaining. :)

      I'm so glad to hear "Silver" is good. I cannot wait. Rachelle has a beautiful style and I'm anxious to see what is next for her characters! :)

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  10. I'm looking forward to reading The Wedding Chapel as well (though it's not on my list this week) and I've just recently discovered Rachelle Rea and really do need to read Sound of Diamonds. My TTT

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    1. Rachelle's writing is beautiful! I loved her debut novel; hope we both enjoy "Silver." Oh, and I'm always a fan of Rachel Hauck's writing. Happy reading, Carrie. :)

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  11. 2 and 7 look like fun!
    I need to check out Rachelle's books, since I have been eyeing them for some time.;)

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    1. I must say, I agree, Amanda. I'm particularly excited about "Widows Club." It sounds so unique. :) Hope you like Rachelle's books! They're amazing.

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  12. Great choices! I am excited for Young Widows Club too, and The Orphan Queen! OH and The Murder Complex! Some day, I swear I will get around to that one ;) I have read An Ember in the Ashes, and it was quite good. Hope you enjoy all of these!!
    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

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    1. I'm in the same boat, Shannon. Someday I'll get to these. I've been saying I'll read The Murder Complex for what seems a while now. *sigh* So many books, not enough time - we need a national book holiday, right!? :) Thanks for visiting!

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  13. Good list Rissi!
    I'm interested in reading 'An Ember in the Ashes', too.
    I've heard a lot of great things about it on booktube.

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    1. Hi Ella! Thanks so much for visiting... and I'm glad you've heard good things too! Here's hoping we BOTH get to An Ember in the Ashes asap; it promises an epic story, right!? :)

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    2. Yeah! I really hope it lives up to the hype:)

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  14. A bunch of these are on my TBR as well, like Lightning, The Murder Complex, Young Widows Club and Orphan Queen. Great list!

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    1. YAY for shared TBR's. Let's hope we both get to MOST of these, Bekah... they all sound epic, in their own way. :)

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