I love to see these lists on other blogs and have wanted to jump in for a while. Today is the day! The Broke and the Bookish host this weekly meme so hop over and see what other bloggers are talking about today.
I’m currently reading A BOOK A DAY for my September Challenge (head on over to My 30 Day Challenges to check it out). I’m reading biography/memoirs and classics mainly from my shelves, so my upcoming TBR pile looks like this.
This book a day challenge is hard enough so I reserve the right to switch any of these books at any time when the mood strikes 🙂
Here’s what I’ve read so far this month; Love That Boy by Ron Fournier, Rosemary: The Hidden Kennedy Daughter by Kate Clifford Lawson, When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi, Cat’s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut, The Reluctant Mystic by Nancy Torgorve Clasby, The War of the Worlds by HG Wells, A Life in Parts by Bryan Cranston, An Unexpected Life by Debra and Seth Chwast, Winesburg Ohio by Sherwood Anderson, How Starbucks Saved My Life by Michael Gates Gill, Let’s Take the Long Way Home by Gail Caldwell, Dryland by Nancy Sterns Bercaw, Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K Jerome, A Year by The Sea by Joan Anderson, and Herman Hesse: A Pictorial Biography
9 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Books on my Fall TBR”
Wow, a book a day! I am impressed. Some interesting titles there. The one about Rosemary Kennedy sounds interesting.
It was surprising good 🙂
I’m so impressed with your challenge. If I were doing it, my TBR would be filled with very skinny books.
Continued success on your book a day challenge. Is Gage joining you as well?
Enjoy your reading!
Loved Being Mortal. And, of course, anything by Roald Dahl is worth reading and rereading.
Being Mortal is one of my favorite books. I think everyone should read it!
Have to join the chorus singing book love for Being Mortal. I read it last year after my mom went through some tough health issues. She’s doing ok now but the book offered a lot to think about in terms of late life care. Good luck with your challenge. You’re a better reader than I!!
Amazing challenge! Looks like you are doing really well. You’ve got some great ones in there. Atul Gawande’s book is a must-read. Loved it. Yes Please is so great anytime! Have fun!