Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. This feature was created because they are particularly fond of lists over there at The Broke and the Bookish. And who doesn't love a good list?
This week is all about autumn books! I have always like this season, as much as I like summer, around the end of September you always are fed up with summer and its sticky days so when the first leaves start falling, you know it's that time of the year again. Bring the jumpers, the hot chocolate and my birthday! Here are the ten books I am planning on reading this autumn:
After You by Jojo Moyes. It's out this Thursday! Finally, one of my most anticipated books of the year is out in a couple of days. I already know my plans for this weekend.
Shopaholic to the Rescue by Sophie Kinsella. Becky is back (in October)! One of my all time favourite characters is back to save the day (I hope), after the cliff hanger from the last book, I can't wait to find out what happens next.
A Girl's Best Friend by Lindsey Kelk. This one is out in November and my excitement is already over the top. Third (and final?) installment of this fantastic series.
See Me by Nicholas Sparks. I'm reviewing Spark's latest book for a blog tour next month and I'm quite sure he'll do his magic again.
The Aubrey Rules by Aven Ellis. Really excited to start this new series by the one and only Aven Ellis. She hasn't written a word I haven't loved.
Landfalls by Naomi J. Williams. This one sounds amazing, I am so curious about its premise. And it's already on my kindle!
Little Girl Gone by Alexandra Burt. I have heart great things about this thriller so it kind of jumped my pile.
The Soldier's Wife by Pamela Hart. I can't resist epic historical fiction and when I was offered this one, I was totally sold by the beautiful cover and the intriguing blurb.
Stars of Fortune by Nora Roberts. You can't go wrong with a bit of Nora Roberts, can you?
I Call Myself a Feminist. I don't usually read non-fiction but I thought it was about time and this one certainly sounds very interesting.
I have to say that I haven't included any Christmas books on this list, but I am planning on reading lots of them too this autumn!