Favorite Autumn Reads | BLOGTOBER 🍂☕🎃

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Reading is one of my favorite things, if you couldn't tell. It's probably the only thing in my life that is consistent. I quickly (but lovingly) put together a short list of the books I love to read this time of year. This is the best time of the year to read anything, honestly, but these books have a good setting to them.


1 | Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte; One of my all time favorites. It just doesn't feel like fall without a quick read of Wuthering Heights. There is so much imagery in here that it's almost overload, but in the good sense. This is going to be one of those books that you either love or hate, so give it a try and see what happens.

2 | The Bakeshop at Pumpkin and Spice by Donna Kauffman; The ultimate autumn book! Witches, goblins, a ghost, a Halloween parade, a bakery that I desperately wish was real... it has pretty much everything you'd ever want or need from an autumn book. It's separated in mini stories, so it feels like you're going through it fast and then... it's over before you know it.

3 | Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker; This was my first graphic novel of the year, and I think ever?, and it was just so cute and perfect and ugh. I'm not even going to get into it anymore. Just read this and be amazed because it's perfect.

4 | Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe by Fannie Flagg; Another favorite. This book gives a lot a hard hitting issues in a small package. The seasons change a lot and I will admit, focuses most of it's time during the summer. However, if you can't see Ruth and Idgie frying tomatoes in October with just the slight tinge of color changing on the trees, then did you even read this?

5 | The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw; This is a good one to read as we get closer to Halloween. I don't read many spooky, mystery type novels myself, so when I do I kind of stick to the weird, magical types. This gave just enough of myth and legend and modern world where I wasn't getting sick of reading it. Though I have to say, there are some points in the plot here where I got tired of reading and started to skim. Whoops!

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