Fall Reading List

The last few days have left me with little time to blog, but I wanted to do a quick post about the books I’m looking forward to reading this fall.

I loved Gretchen Rubin’s The Happiness Project, so I am excited about her new book, Happier At Home.

Heather Dixon’s Entwined sounds like a magical tale.

Philippa Gregory’s novels are hit or miss for me, but The Kingmaker’s Daughter is still making my list because I love historical fiction.

Fragments is a collection of Marilyn Monroe’s poems, notes, and letters that offer a revealing look at the tragic movie star.

Kate Morton’s The Forgotten Garden was a beautiful and haunting novel, and I’m hoping The Distant Hours will be just as wonderful.

What’s on your fall reading list?

6 comments

  1. I Loved The Happiness Project (in fact, it inspired me to get a Quarterly Co. Subscription box from her even). Had no idea she was getting a new book on the subject out! How cool!