Saturday, September 16, 2023

My Fall Reading List 2023


Fall Reading List

I enjoy many Autumn activities, but one of my favorite is reading. Can't find time to read?  You should try what I call "snatch reading".  Five minutes here, five minutes there. It works well, especially if you're only reading one book and use a post it note to keep track of what paragraph you're reading. Once upon a time, it was the only reading I did.  I have to admit, I cannot limit myself to one at a time. I love to have at least one audio book in my Scribd app, a book on my Kindle, and real paper books going as well. Taking a book along everywhere gives you the chance to snatch a free moment to read a bit. Beats scrolling! 

Here's my current list:

Yours Cheerfully by AJ Pearce ~ Just finished on Scribd. Interesting novel about a lady journalist writing about and helping English War workers in WWII England.

Just Open the Door by Jen Schmidt ~ Just finished ~ Challenging!

John Adams by David McCullough ~ Currently listening on Scribd. This is really long.

Death by Cashmere by Sally Goldenbaum

Stranded (Ivy Malone Mystery) by Lorena McCourtney

Mrs. Sharp's Traditions fall section by Sarah Ban Breathnachs

A Royal Christmas A Christmas Novella by Melody Carlson 

The Hawthorne Legacy by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Mere Christianity by CS Lewis ~ I need to borrow this from the library again.

Fall weather is great for a little porch reading with a nice cup of something hot.

Happy reading friends!


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*I signed up for a free trial of Scribd in February 2019. It's an app where you can read or listen to books for just $11.99 a month with no limit.  

I kept the plan, because we really use it and like it a lot. We especially like the extensive list of audio books. Take a look. If you sign up from this link, you can get a two free months trial, and I'll get one month free, too.


  1. I've been "reading", (listening), to books from the library. I'm on the last book of a mystery series that I listened to on the plane to and from London and the entire time I was in bed sick while there. I enjoy listening because then I can knit or crochet at the same time.
    Blessings and hugs,

    1. Betsy, it sounds like we're kindred spirits. ~smile~
      I'm so sorry you were sick in London. That is rotten.

  2. I am an avid reader. I always have a book in my purse, a pile by my chair in the livingroom and a pile on the table beside my bed. My husband says it's an addiction he can live with especially since he gets me gift certificates for book stores for my birthday, mother's day and Christmas.

    1. Hi Ellen,
      Oh wow! What a wonderful husband you have. He knows you and what you'd like best. Love it!
      Be blessed!

  3. I was just thinking about reading more books this fall and winter. I love getting lost in the pages of the book I am reading. Thank you for sharing your list with us.

    1. You're welcome. I hope you do lose yourself in some pages this fall. ~smile~


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