TTT: My Fall TBR-List

Hi Munchworms!

This week’s topic for The Broke and the Bookish‘s Top Ten Tuesday is “My Fall TBR-List“.

If you’ve been following my blog for a little while, you might have noticed that I’m a huge mood reader. I can motivate myself to actually start a TBR-list but finishing everything on it? Not likely.. Maybe if I have a very diverse collection of books..
Yes, that might work.

Let’s try that, then!
I’ve picked a bunch of books of my physical TBR-shelves, because I really want to go from three double-stacked ones to two by the end of this year.
Which is quite the challenge, but hey. Let’s try anyway!

As usual, every picture is the link to Goodreads so you can read the blurbs and add them to your TBR if you like!

He Said/She SaidDaughter of the Pirate King (Daughter of the Pirate King, #1)Daughter of the Burning CityEleanor Oliphant is Completely FineThe MiniaturistMary PoppinsThe Time Traveler's WifeFollow Me Back (Follow Me Back, #1)When Dimple Met RishiWindfall

I have no idea in what order I’m going to read them, but those are definitely books that I’d really like to read soon!

I’ve read to the audio-book of Mary Poppins a couple of months back and realized it’s not my thing at all. I honestly don’t remember a thing I heard so I feel like I should read it instead! As forΒ The Time Traveler’s Wife; that one’s on my list for the Popsugar Reading Challenge so I really have to start reading that one!

What books do you have on your Fall TBR’s?
If you’ve created your own TTT-post, let me know in the comments and I’ll check it out!


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38 thoughts on “TTT: My Fall TBR-List

  1. Fall is my favourite season so I had to see what was on your list!
    I enjoyed ‘When Dimple Met Rishi’ a lot more than I thought I would beforehand. It’s such a cute and smooth story. Hope you’ll like it and that you’ll enjoy all your books! πŸ™‚

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  2. I enjoyed The Miniaturist when I read it a while ago, and her other book The Muse is worth a read too. I’m sure I have a copy of Mary Poppins on my shelf somewhere but I haven’t read it yet. It’s one of those where I feel like I know the story from having seen the film a few times. I really should try the book someday.
    Hope you enjoy all your books.

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    1. I’ve seen The Muse around quite a bit in bookstores, but I feel like reading The Miniaturist first. I’d rather find out whether or not I like her writing first!
      I think I saw the movie once, but that’s been so long ago that I barely remember any of it. Maybe I’ll watch it again after I read the book.

      Thank you! πŸ™‚

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  3. I’m a mood reader as well, but I do try and make monthly TBRs, so trying to rattle off a bunch of books for a Fall TBR seems unrealistic. However, I do know that I plan to read The Night Circus again sometime this fall (probably next month). And with the release of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Illustrated Edition next month, I’ll probably be rereading it then as well. Other than that I’m not sure what books I’ll get around to.

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    1. The new illustrated version is definitely one I’m going to get my hands on as well! Even though I’ll have to reorganize my whole HP-shelf because it’s stuffed right now, haha.
      I tried putting on a bit of different books on my fall TBR, but they’re all books I want to read before the year is over so I can use this as an extra motivation. [Apart from all the eARC’s piling up again, that is..]

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    2. I’ll be reorganizing all of my bookshelves very soon…one benefit (or curse?) of moving. I’m getting all new bookcases on Friday and can start relocating my books from my mom’s house to the apartment. It’s fun because I have the original US hardcovers, the new UK paperbacks, and the Illustrated Editions for Harry Potter, and my boyfriend has the new US paperbacks, so we definitely have plenty of copies of the series. Oh, and we both have our house anniversary editions for Philosopher’s Stone as well (Ravenclaw for me and Slytherin for him).

      And variety is nice for TBRs. It certainly is beneficial for us mood readers. Good luck with all those eARCs piling up. I know that can be a daunting task, trying to keep up with all of them.

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    3. Both a benefit and a curse. I only realized how many books I had once I had to move myself.. And I had never had a decent bookcase before either. Only got those a couple of months back, haha.
      That’s indeed a whole lot of HP! My boyfriend barely has any books, so I didn’t have such luck. I do have the Dutch paperback, English paperbacks and the illustrated versions. For some reason I never bought any HP hardcovers.. Still need to get the anniversary editions but I’m keeping my fingers crossed that some of my friends will get me those for my birthday, haha.

      Thanks! I’m trying my best. Think I’m lucky that some of those only come out in 2018 so I have plenty of time. Others will have to be read during October at the latest but I think I’ll try to squeeze one or two in after finishing Warcross.


    4. My boyfriend only had something like a dozen books, so seeing my library of like 2000 books was like going to a wonderland of sorts.

      And yes, it is lucky that some of those ARCs come out in 2018. It lightens the required reading schedule quite a bit. Good luck.

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    5. I can imagine that! I’d probably be counting all the unread ones and start cursing myself, honestly. My library isn’t as big as yours, but I’m sure that’ll be changing during the next years.

      Indeed, thank you! πŸ™‚

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    6. I try to rationalize with myself about the unread ones, saying that at least if I run into financial difficulty I still have new to me books I can read. Lol.

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  4. Great list! The Miniaturist is an ideal autumnal read, I read it during the autumn a couple of years ago and really enjoyed the experience. =) I’ve heard so many good things about When Dimple Met Rishi and still haven’t read it – I need to get on that!

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    1. Awesome! Always fun to hear that a book is good for the current time of year, haha.
      Same here; it’s why I put it on there. I’ve been meaning to pick it up for a while but other books always had to be read first; figured it was the perfect way to get to it faster. πŸ˜€


    1. Definitely going to do that.. As soon as October starts.. Or as soon as I have my eARC’s cleaned up – again. :’D
      Good thing I’m not getting in a reading slump; more of a “read sequels? read eARC’s? read others?”-kind of confusion craze..

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    1. Haha, completely get that! I have about seven books on my Kindle I need to get to as well; crossed of number eight [or actually number one] last night.
      But it isn’t stopping me from trying to get my own TBR-pile a little bit more under control! :’)

      Good luck and have fun to you too! ^-^


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