Top Ten Tuesday: Fall 2018 TBR

Happy Tuesday!! As per usual, it’s time for the seasonal TBR topic! Since the fall semester is now in full swing and I have to divide my reading between what I’m assigned for class and what is on my bookshelf from home, I’m going to do the same with this list. Here are the books I have to read and am hoping to read this fall. 

What books are you hoping to read this fall? What do you think of the books on my list? Let me know in the comments section below!



30 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday: Fall 2018 TBR”

  1. Great post Holly! I really enjoyed A Study In Scarlet when I read it, but I’ve only read a few other Sherlock Holmes stories, which is a poor effort on my part since I call myself a fan. 😛 I have a big anthology of them all so I’ll have to try and read more in the future! I’m also keen to read We Should All Be Feminists before the end of the year, as I’ve been saying I’ll read it for ages. Here are my Fall TBR books:

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    1. I’ve also only read a handful of Sherlock Holmes stories, so you’re definitely not alone! I bought the big B&N edition many years ago and still have yet to work my way through the whole thing…. hopefully someday!

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  2. Looks like you’ve got a busy fall on you’re hands, I want to try and read a few more mindfulness books as I spend more time inside in fall so want to ensure I can work on some self care 🙂 x

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  3. Happy reading and best of luck for all of your required reading, hope you’ll find some gems in there 😀 I’ve heard great things about We Should All Be Feminists, can’t wait to hear your thoughts about it 🙂

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    1. Parts of Marie Kondo’s book made me nod my head, while others made me laugh out loud because they seemed so ridiculous… would be interested to see if her advice works in practice, though!

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  4. i read a book by chuck klosterman a couple summers ago and have been meaning to read something else of his! i like the way his brain works. & looks like you’ve got a very varied/interesting/educational fall ahead of you! happy reading 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Emma! I picked Klosterman’s book off the shelf randomly at a bookstore I visited over the summer and it definitely peaked my interest. It seems like it will be a nice break from the usual stuff I read for classes!


    1. My senior seminar solely focuses on Philip Roth this semester. I think we have to read a dozen of his books? We’ll see what I think of him by the end of the course!


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