Who else is ready for all the Autumn feels?! One of my favorite things to do in Fall (or anytime really, let’s be real) is to cuddle up with a good book.
In the Fall, I’m totally in the mood for all of the spooky, mystical, magical reads.


Here’s what I’m currently reading:

  1. Three Dark Crowns series by Kendare Blake
    One word: mesmerizing. As soon as I picked this up, I couldn’t put it down. The writing was mesmerizing, the premise fascinating, and the characters captivating.
    “Three dark queens are born in a glen,
    sweet little triplets will never be friends —
    Three dark sisters all fair to be seen,
    two to devour and one to be Queen.”
    Magic. Intrigue. Deception. What more could you want? Run to the bookstore now!
  2. Caraval series by Stephanie Garber
    Caraval: the magical game where nothing is as it seems.
    ❝Whatever you’ve heard about Caraval, it doesn’t compare to the reality. It’s more than just a game or a performance. It’s the closest you’ll ever find to magic in this world.❞
    Clearly, I’m in the mood for magic this Fall.
  3. The Hawkweed Prophecy by Irena Brignull
    Which witch is which? This book is about two girls who were switched as babies, one a witch and one not. “The bones of those witches now lay lost in the earth under thorny branches and hedges, their skulls full of sand under the water, their burnt ashes long swept to the corners of the earth. . .”
    Spooky and whimsical. What a perfect read for October.

On my To-Read list this season:

Do you love love love to read, too?! Comment below and let me know what you’re reading right now

4 comments on “What’s On My Bookshelf This Fall”

  1. These are some great suggestions! I definitely love curling up with a good book and a cup of coffee. I’m currently reading Big Little Lies. Based on your list I really want to check out The Hawkweed Prophecy, it sounds so intriguing!

  2. interesting! haven’t heard of any of these but agree fall is such a good time to curl up with a book. Just finished Small Fry by Lisa Brennan-Jobs and about to start Parable of the Sower by Ocatavia Butler

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