Hosted by the team over at The Broke and the Bookish, Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme for list-loving bloggers. Every Tuesday, participants compile a list of their favorite books, authors, or other literature-related things that fall under a certain category.
This week's topic is a pretty self-explanatory one, but I am excited to participate nonetheless. With its cool breezes and chilly rainfalls, autumn weather provides the perfect atmosphere for snuggling up with a book and I hope I will get the chance to read these ten books during the next three months.
1. United We Spy by Ally Carter
Books are always tied to specific memories for me, and this series carries a flood of nostalgia dating back to seventh grade. Reading this conclusion will therefore be painful, but I am ready to see how Cammie's adventures end and I think she is too.
2. Hereafter by Kate Brian
I will admit it; I cannot help being drawn to scary books around Halloween. The creep factor in Shadowlands was high, so I cannot wait to read its sequel.
3. Another Little Piece by Kate Karyus Quinn
This horror novel sounds delightfully terrifying as well, so it is a given on my October reading list.
4. Loud Awake and Lost by Adele Griffin
All You Never Wanted is gritty and gorgeous, so I am anticipating Griffin's next novel that seems to have a similar mood.
5. Rose Under Fire by Elizabeth Wein
Maybe reading this right now is a bad idea considering I have not yet fully recovered from Code Name Verity, which I read in May, but I cannot help it. I will be starting this one as soon as I can get my hands on a copy.
6. Ketchup Clouds by Annabel Pitcher
This book sounds brilliantly quirky and its author was so nice when I met her at ALA. And she had a beautiful accent. Author accents may or may not influence my desire to read a book.
7. The Elite by Kiera Cass
I did not adore The Selection, but I desperately want to know what happens next in this series.
8. Premeditated by Josin L. McQuein
Read this book's blurb. Tell me it does not send shivers down your spine.
9. Sparks: The Epic, Completely True Blue, (Almost) Holy Quest of Debbie by S. J. Adams
Reading this story's summary made me laugh out loud, so I have high hopes for the actual book. It sounds hilarious and original and I hope my expectations are met.
10. Reboot by Amy Tintera
My other blog, Lit Up Review, runs a monthly book club, and this is our pick for September. I cannot wait to discuss Reboot with our readers!
School may be impairing my reading time, but I have high hopes for fitting these books in this season. What are you planning on reading this fall?