Guess what? I am finally getting back into reading again! Life has been a bit hectic for me lately, but now that I don’t work 24/7, I have more time to read. It’s something I missed, and I’m glad that I have been able to read more often!
Now that I moved back to the town I grew up in, I also have a library card that should still work! I haven’t been to check out any books yet, but this should help me find more books to read without spending money or filling up my shelves. Plus, visiting the library is always a fun and inexpensive outing (especially as the weather gets colder).
All Those Things We Never Said by Marc Levy
I believe this book was originally written in French. This story follows the life of Julia Welsh who has to cancel her wedding day to attend the funeral of her estranged father. Apparently he leaves behind an experimental robot that has his feelings and memories, and he takes Julia on an adventure that allows her to learn more about herself and the father she never got to know.
Dreamcatcher by Stephen King
I don’t think I have actually read a Stephen King book before. I figured it would be perfect for an October read, so I picked up this book when it was on sale. This book is about four friends who now only see each other for a hunting reunion every year. A stranger then stumbles into their camp giving them other problems to worry about. With the forest setting, the summary kind of gives me Until Dawn (a video game) vibes.
Elena Vanishing: A Memoir by Elena Dunkle and Clare Dunkle
I’m pretty sure I heard about this book in high school and wanted to read it. While browsing through some deals on Amazon, I discovered that this book was only $0.99! This is a memoir about anorexia, written by Elena and co-written with her mother, Clare.
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
I have been meaning to read this book for so long. Since I’m a socially awkward geek, this book seems like it will be a great read. I’ve already started reading and the college setting makes me a bit nostalgic for my university days. In case you haven’t heard about Fangirl, it’s about a girl named Cath who’s obsessed with a fantasy series (and writing fanfiction for it) who heads off to college. Her twin sister, Wren, unfortunately wants to experience college without obsessing about the series and wants to hang out with people other than Cath.
I hope this reaches her in time by R.H. Sin
This is a short little poetry eBook that I found for $0.99 for my Kindle. I’ve been browsing through R.H. Sin’s poetry on Instagram, and, I don’t know, his poems may be short but they’re relatable. And inspiring too.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by JK Rowling
It’s been far too long since I’ve reread the Harry Potter series. Especially since it’s perfect for the Halloween season, I had to add this to my fall reading list.
Throwback: My Other Reading List Posts
What books are you planning to read this fall?