Top Ten Tuesday: (Five) Books on My Autumn 2022 TBR

Created by and with thanks to That Artsy Reader! I always love when seasonal TBR prompts roll around, because I love to plan mine–even if I don’t always stick to them. I’m hoping to stick to this one, though, as it involves reading my March Madness* runners-up–and one more Halloween bonus book to boot…

*My annual voting bracket, where you guys decide my April TBR, across four genres/categories–check out the winners (and runners up) from this year here!

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1. Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert
Widely beloved, long-anticipated, March Madness Romance runner-up, here I come!

2. The Lies They Tell by Gillian French
This was runner-up for the Backlist category, which means I’ve had (and not read) it for over two years. Long overdue–and coming in the perfect season for a mystery!

3. Wicked by Gregory Maguire
I’ve been wanting to re-read this for ages, so the fact that it’s the runner-up for my Re-Reads March Madness category is perfect timing. Also, it’s just in time for the season of the witch!

4. Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
Last Halloween, my TBR was Season of the Witch themed; this year, I’m thinking Season of the Vampire. Vampire Academy was the Fantasy March Madness runner-up, but reading it now might just lead to me reading the entire series over the spooky season…

5. Wild and Wicked Things by Francesca May
… and if I’ve got time for one non-Vampire Academy book this Halloween, it’ll probably be this one! Look at that cover. Just look at it. 😍

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What’s on your autumn TBR?

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      1. It’s all about timing really. Although usually the book is better than the adaptation. I haven’t read the third one and am not sure whether I will before it is out. They are only just filming it now though so…

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      2. They’re supposedly breaking the order of the books now though and skipping to the fourth book for season three, so you’d have a couple to catch up with, and I think some drastic changes to spot!

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