I’m in the mood for a great fall reading list. I probably won’t finish them all before spring summer, but I’m looking for leaves and romance and dark and gothy and all of that mixed together. Some of these just come to mind and some of them are online recommendations…
by Jane Austen
I’ve never read a Jane Austen book. I’m not quite sure how that happened but this seems perfect. It seems autumny and I believe it’s sort of a satire on gothic romances. Perfect!
Griffin & Sabine
by Nick Bantock
I don’t have them all but I do have four or five of them. Perfect fall reading; getting lost in romantic letters and postcards (and you can really take them out and read them which is spectacular!).
Eva Moves the Furniture
by Margot Livesey
I just stumbled across this one and it sounds perfect. Set in Scotland, a story of love, life, death, coming of age…and ghosts.
Walden, or, Life in the Woods
by Henry David Thoreau
Somehow, I’ve never read this. I need to fix that.
I saw this on BookishPenguin‘s blog and it seemed fun and short:
Which do you prefer? (Quick answers)
- Reading something frivolous? Or something serious? Like to mix it up but have a long list of serious that I need to get through
- Paperbacks? Or hardcovers?Â 50/50 on this one
- Fiction? Or Nonfiction? Fiction
- Poetry? Or Prose? Prose, but I love and adore both
- Biographies? Or Autobiographies? Biographies
- History? Or Historical Fiction? Historical fiction (with history erratically tossed in)
- Series? Or Stand-alones? Stand alones though I do love Jack McDevitt sci-fi series
- Classics? Or best-sellers? Mix it up
- Lurid, fruity prose? Or straight-forward, basic prose? Mostly straight-forward but, again, I like to mix it up
- Plots? Or Stream-of-Consciousness? Both
- Long books? Or Short? Both, though I prefer long
- Illustrated? Or Non-illustrated? Both. I read more non-illustrated but I am faithful to a few comics/graphic novels
- Borrowed? Or Owned? Both, more likely owned
- New? Or Used? Both, but preferably used
Deepsix by Jack McDevitt