My Autumn TBR Pile!


I love making autumn TBR piles. I’m a seasonal reader, and in the colder months, I love reading fantasy, sci-fi and (if I’m feeling brave enough) thrillers. There’s just something about being wrapped in a cocoon of blankets with a cup of hot chocolate, reading a book about dragons and warlocks as the rain falls and the wind howls. It’s such a magical experience. Here’s a list of books that I hope to get to this year!

1. Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi
I read Shatter Me four years ago and LOVED IT. Half of me is tempted to wait until the other two books are released because I know I’m going to forget everything and will probably have to reread the series anyway. The other half of me wants to delve back into this year. Four years has been too long.



2. Dark Matter trilogy by Teri Terry
Contagion was AMAZING. I absolutely loved reading it and blew through it in a day. I have the last two books out from the library. Again, I can’t remember anything of the first book. So I think I’ll reread Contagion and then marathon those last two!

3. The Last Namsara by Kristin

This cover is so pretty, and there are dragons in. Also: THE COVER IS SO PRETTY. 


4. LifeL1K3 by Jay Kristoff
I’m so ready to have my mind twisted and heart broken by the incredibly talented (and cruel) Mr. Kristoff. This legit sounds so good. I’m ready.


5. Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas
I claim to be a DC fangirl™️, but my pitiful amount of knowledge on her character makes me reconsider that title. I’m loving this series so far; I hope I love this too!!!


6. The Dark Artifices by Cassandra Clare
I FINALLY READ CITY OF HEAVENLY FIRE THIS YEAR! It’s been a long, long time coming, but I finally did it! Lady Midnight is next on my list now that I’ve read CoHF!

7. The Sin Eater's Daughter trilogy by Melissa Salisbury
I absolutely loved the first book - I can't wait to read the next two! 

8. A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas
I feel like everyone has read these books except me. I read the first book three years ago...and haven't read any others. I've heard ACOMAF and ACOWAR are super steamy...and super problematic, so I'm not sure if I'll actually read them. They're really pretty, though.


9. Dracula by Bram Stoker
I've literally said that I'll read this in autumn for the past three years...hopefully this year I will actually get to it. This is the original vampire/horror book, right? 


10. The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde
I was wilde about The Importance of Being Earnest; I need to read more of his works!!!


Are any of these on your TBR? Have you read any of these? Do you like reading a specific genre in autumn! Let's chat! 

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