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?
Charlotte Au Chocolat By Charlotte Silver Every once in a while I discover a sweet surprise of a book at the library. Charlotte Au Chocolat is Charlotte Silver’s delightful memoir of growing up in her family’s Harvard Square restaurant, Upstairs at the Pudding. While the restaurant has long been closed, Charlotte magically brings it back […]