Thursday, 4 October 2012

*Cue fanfare* The slightly late unveiling of my Autumn TBR list.

 Yes, I am aware we are already a month into Autumn, but I had blatantly forgotten to blog about the new pile, which admittedly I have already dived into and has me very excited so far.

And so, without further ado, I present to you, (in no particular order, other than as photographed) My Autumn TBR List;

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight – Jennifer E Smith
The Windvale Sprites - Mackenzie Crook   (This is Gareth from the UK version of The Office, or the skinny false-eyed pirate in Pirates of the Caribbean.)
Now is good – Jenny Downham (aka Before I die.)
The 13 Treasures – Michelle Harrison
Paper Towns – John Green
Secrets, Lies and Locker 62 – Lil Chase
Wasted – Nicola Morgan
Let’s get lost – Sarra Manning
The perks of being a wallflower – Stephen Chbosky
Sugarcoated – Catherine Forde
The Blood Keeper – Tessa Gratton

(Not shown – 13 little blue envelopes - Maureen Johnson, because I had to return it.  The sharp-eyed amongst you who know my reading tastes/passions may also notice that Maggie Stiefvater’s Raven Boys isn’t there. Curious, no? It’s going to be the flagship book of the Winter TBR pile. See? Planning ahead...)

Also there are two ebooks pending;
Mike Wells' Lust, Money and Murder because he gifted it to me when I followed him on Twitter and he gets so much praise for it from other followers.
Jerome k Jerome's Three Men in a Boat- because it is supposed to be funny and is also vaguely local to where I am. (OK, not completely local, but at least this part of the world.) And I still want to prove that I can read and appreciate grown-up books, given that it is no longer a 100% certainty. (Yeeeees Dracula is still lurking and scowling at me from the bedside table. Do not judge me.)

What are you reading this Autumn?


  1. You have to read "Easy" by Tammara Webber. I can't stop thinking about this book and have read it like three times already.

    1. I love a book that keeps lurking in your head for days and you have to reread it. Something about Jamie McQuire's Beautiful Disaster had me like that too during the summer.
      So I have been reluctant to get Easy, because something in the blurb has beein putting me off. I think it is the assault part. But this title just keeps cropping up everywhere I go, and I now suspect the universe is trying to persuade me, which I have to admit is talented marketing. And you just tipped the balance, so I am off to buy it now. Add that to the pile then...