Top Ten Tuesday! 30 Day Writing Challenge ~ Day 24

Hello Peoples! It’s time once again for Top Ten Tuesday. This week it’s books on my autumn (2019) TBR list. I don’t really have seasonal TBR lists, I’m more of a mood reader, but I do have a few books I would like to read, so here it goes!  🙂  Oh! These are listed in no particular order.

Top Ten Tuesday is from the Artsy Reader Girl!


The Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly

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Deadly Intentions by Lisa Harris

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The Wind Off the Small Isles by Mary Stewart

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Vow of Justice by Lynette Eason


A Cruel Deception by Charles Todd

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On A Summer Tide by Suzanne Woods Fisher


Almost Home by Valerie Fraser Luesse

What books are you planning to read this autumn?

Happy Reading!

Much love ~


5 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday! 30 Day Writing Challenge ~ Day 24

  1. They all look like great choices! I have been working to get my ARC # down so I can actually work on my growing TBR pile. Some books that are coming out this fall that I am looking forward to are
    Janet Evanovich’s Twisted Twent Six
    Nora Roberts’ The Rise of Magicks
    Terry Goodkind’s remaining Children of D’Hara novellas as well as Heart of Black Ice.
    So many books, so little time 🙂

  2. You’ve picked great books for your list! I’ve wanted to read The Lilac Girls for quite awhile now, but it never seems to get done.

  3. Right now, I’m reading “The Battle Plan for Prayer,” “Defined” (both by the Kendrick Brothers), and “Redeemed” by Bridget A. Thomas. I’m also reading “Rodeo Ashes” by Shannon Taylor Vannatter, which has been on my TBR pile for years, clearing out some books. “Tough as They Come” by Ssg Travis Mills is on the top of the pile. As Theresa said, “So many books, so little time.”

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