Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Fall 2020 TBR

Hey guys!!! It’s time again for another Top Ten Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme is Books On My Fall 2020 TBR. So I decided I’m going to split this up. The first five books will be books I hope to read in October and then the other five books will be ones I hope to read in November. These are subject to change. So let’s dive in to see what books I’d like to read this Fall!

1. It By Stephen King

2. Horrid By Katrina Leno

3. Unboxed By Briana Morgan

4. Confessions on the 7:45 By Lisa Unger

5. Crossroads By Laurel Hightower

6. The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue By V.E. Schwab

7. Recommended For You By Laura Silverman

8. You Should See Me in a Crown By Leah Johnson

9. Where Dreams Descend By Janella Angeles

10. Something to Talk About By Meryl Wilsner


So these are the books I am hoping to read this Fall. I may end up switching it up because I keep forgetting I made a list of books I’d like to read this year. I ended up only reading like 6 of them. Well some I dnfed. So I might try to squeeze some of those in. I also have been trying to read e-arcs I haven’t gotten to. So much for me to read. There are just so many books I am excited for!

What are books on your Fall TBR? If you did this post for Top Ten Tuesday I would love to see your answers. I would love to see if we had any books in common.

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12 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Fall 2020 TBR

    1. I put it on hold at the library and now I’ve just been pushing it back cause I wanna read spooky books. I can’t wait to get to it. I’ll need some cute contemporaries for November.

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  1. Sooooo, I’ve been considering re-reading IT but like, with my highlighter & sticky notes. Maybe even some discussion questions. I don’t know if I’d be able to keep up with a buddy read though (it took me half a year last time to read it lmao), but IF you wanna read together, I can try to keep up!

    Alsoooo, we’ve already talked about reading Crossroads together & I believe we talked about Confessions together? BUT ALSO, I’m pretty sure I have a belated ARC for Recommend For You, so with all that being said —– buddy reads all over the place, if you’re down ♥

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    1. For IT I was going to try to make a breakdown for it since it is a beast. I also planned on putting the audiobook on hold because I feel that would help push me along. I was aiming to read it all of October because I know rushing to finish is going to be a lot. I can send that to you. I do know we had plans for Crossroads and Confessions. I’m also down for Recommended For You. I’m going to need to write down our buddy reads and send them to you so we can figure all this out. Always game for buddy reads with you though. ❤

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    1. Oh I do hope you’re enjoying Where Dreams Descend. I can’t wait to get to that. I also am so excited for Horrid. I am in love with the cover and just screams spooky fall vibes.

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  2. A couple of these I haven’t heard of–specifically Unboxed and Crossroads. I don’t typically get much shorter fiction on my radar so I appreciate it when I do! From your list I did read You Should See Me in a Crown and I really enjoyed it, and I am doing a group read of Horrid. Really looking forward to it! Happy reading!

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    1. I had recently heard of Unboxed and Crossroads from some people who enjoy horror. It is a bonus that they are so short. Need that right now since I’m reading IT. I am so happy to hear You Should See Me in a Crown is so good. I have heard such great things. I know I’ll need it after reading all the spooky things this month. I hope your group read of Horrid goes well!

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    1. Oh girl yes I am so down to buddy read Horrid with you! I have been thinking of just buying it because not sure when I can get it from the library. Plus hard to pass up owning such a beautiful cover.

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