Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books On My Fall TBR

Abundant, blustery, brisk, chilly, cozy, golden 🍂FALL🍂. My favorite season begins on September 23! In California, temps are expected to be in the 80s! I’ll be dreaming of cooler weather and warm apple 🍏 🍎 cider with these ten books releasing this Fall…

10/2 The Dream Daughter, by Diane Chamberlain.

Did you know? She’s written over 26 best sellers and her suspenseful stories that touch both heart and mind are influenced by her former career as a social worker and psychotherapist.

10/9 The Witch Elm by Tana French

Did you know? This title marks the authors first-ever standalone work, a departure from her beloved Dublin Murder Squad series. Click here for a great article from Entertainment Weekly about what motivated her to write the story.

10/9 The Clockmakers Daughter by Kate Morton

Did you know? The most satisfying feedback she can receive from a reader is that “they started the book and stopped seeing the black marks on the page because they were immersed in that world and it held them there”.

10/16 The Collectors Apprentice by B. A. Shapiro

Did you know? Ernest Hemingway had the idea that “All you have to do is write one true sentence.  Write the truest sentence that you know.” When asked, the authors response was “Once a piece of art crawls into your heart, you’ll never let it go.” The Art Forger

10/16 You Were Always Mine by Nicole Baart

Did you know? Nicole is also the co-founder of a non-profit organization, One Body One Hope, that partners with a sisterhood of churches and orphanages in Monrovia, Liberia. An adoption advocate and the mother of four children from four different countries, Nicole speaks on a variety of topics ranging from orphan care to parenthood to books and the writing process.

10/19 It’ll Be Okay, It’s Just A Hole In My Head by Mimi Hayes

Did you know? Mimi Hayes is not your average brunette. Underneath that mane of hair lies a pretty wicked scar that makes quite the impression at dinner parties. An ex-high school teacher and brain surgery survivor, Mimi spends a lot of time on stage cracking dark jokes about catheters and former students

10/30 The Proposal by Jasmine Guillory

Did you know? Jasmine is a Bay Area native who has towering stacks of books in her living room, a cake recipe for every occasion, and upwards of 50 lipsticks.

11/13 Night of Miracles by Elizabeth Berg

Did you know? Before the author became a writer, she was a registered nurse for ten years, and that was her “school” for writing—taking care of patients taught her a lot about human nature, about hope and fear and love and loss and regret and triumph and especially about relationships.

12/4 Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield

Did you know? Diane Setterfield is a former academic, specializing in twentieth-century French literature, particularly the works of Andre Gide.

12/26 Watching You by Lisa Jewell

Did you know? On character development she said “I get to know them as I write them. I start off with somewhere around 5 to 50% of the character already alive and kicking in my head and the rest shows up like a photo in a tray of developing fluid as the story unfolds.”

What’s on YOUR TBR for Fall? Tell me in the comments! 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻


Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

6 comments

  1. I’ve seen and read good things about Kate Morton, but never actually read a book by her. Perhaps someday I shall remedy this. In between all of the other books on my TBR, of course. 😉 Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland, Jaymi.

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