Fall to-read list 

By Wednesday, September 21, 2016 0 , , , , Permalink 0

The leaves have barely started changing colour (spot the ONE red tree in my cottage pic), but it seems as though the world (or at least my world here in Toronto) is ready to welcome the official arrival of fall tomorrow. I’m still wearing sandals and sunscreen, so I’m not quite ready for colder temps, even if they bring things I love like blankets and warm sweaters. Not to mention all the desserts I love most, like pumpkin pie, pumpkin loaf, and gingerbread everything. But that’s the thing about nature. She kind of does what she wants whether you like it or not. So instead of dwelling on the inevitability of change, I’ll focus on some things I’m looking forward to, like an upcoming trip to New Orleans, Halloween (not the dressing up part, just the scary movie + candy part), and these books that I can’t wait to read over the next few months.

I Let You Go
by Clare Mackintosh

The Couple Next Door
by Shari Lapena

The Two-Family House
by Lynda Cohen Loigman

Another Brooklyn
by Jacqueline Woodson

Commonwealth
by Ann Patchett

Here I am
by Jonathan Safran Foer

Seinfeldia : how a show about nothing changed everything
by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong

 

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