Last Updated on September 29, 2023 by BiblioLifestyle
Unveiling The 2023 Fall Reading Guide + 8 New Books For Your Autumn Reading List
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Are you ready to curl up with a good book as the leaves start to fall? Listen in as I turn the pages of The BiblioLifestyle 2023 Fall Reading Guide and share eight new books that are must-adds to your autumn reading list. This episode provides an enviable autumn reading list, from literary fiction to romance, cozy mysteries, fantasy, and more. Beyond just books, the guide also offers seasonal recipes, lifestyle tips, a unique reading challenge, and things to add to your fall bucket list. Plus, get insight into the guide’s cover design, some books-like recommendations, and more.
These eight books are from The Fall Reading List 2023 Minimalist Edition book list. The Minimalist Reads list is for readers only planning to pick up a few books this season.
The full guide has thirty books organized into nine categories, making it easy to find something based on your genre preference or current reading mood. The guide also includes fun recipes, fall activities, lifestyle tips, classic books, and a fun challenge. So download your free copy today at fallreadingguide.com!
The Ultimate Guide to Autumn Reads – Embrace the Charm of the Season with these New Books
Autumn is a season of comfort, warmth, and cozy vibes. It’s the time of year when a good book can be your perfect companion. In this episode, I take you on a journey through the 2023 Fall Reading Guide, offering listeners an enviable autumn reading list.
Unveiling The 2023 Fall Reading Guide
The 2023 Fall Reading Guide includes my favorite books for the season, accompanied by exciting activities, delicious recipes, and valuable lifestyle tips. The guide is a treasure trove of 30 books divided into nine categories, including twenty-seven new books and three timeless classics. With categories ranging from literary fiction to romance, cozy mysteries, and science fiction fantasy, there is something for every reader. I explains that the guide is not an exhaustive list of all the books coming out this season but a collection of my favorites from the ones I’ve read.
A Personal Touch to the Reading Guide
I also share the personal story that inspired this year’s guide cover. As always, it is a family effort, but it was inspired by a memorable trip to the Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island area in 2022. The 2023 Fall Reading Guide‘s cover illustration captures a peaceful water setting, reflecting my family’s love for spending time near ponds and water bodies and we did lots of it during our fall trip up north.
BOOKS MENTIONED DURING THE SHOW
Family Meal by Bryan Washington
- A novel about love, loss, and addiction.
- If you read and loved: Nightcrawling by Leila Mottley, Luster by RavenLeilani, or Bryan’s previous book Memorial, this book is for you.
Beyond the Door of No Return by David Diop, translated by Sam Taylor
- A historical fiction novel told from the perspective of a French botanist in Senegal.
- If you read and loved: How Beautiful We Were by Imbolo Mbue, Gravel Heart by Abdulrazak Gurnah, or David’s previous book, At Night All Blood Is Black, this book is for you.
Murder and Mamon by Mia P. Manansala
- A cozy mystery set in a laundromat.
- If you read and loved: Mimi Lee Gets a Clue by Jennifer J. Chow or any of Mia’s previous Tita Rosie’s Kitchen Mystery books, this book is for you.
Bright Young Women by Jessica Knoll
- A thriller about an eyewitness to a terrible crime.
- If you read and loved: The Guest List by Lucy Foley, The Girls by Emma Cline, or Jessica’s previous book Luckiest Girl Alive, this book is for you.
Starling House by Alix E. Harrow
- A gothic fantasy set in a small town that’s haunted by a mysterious house.
- If you read and loved: Book of Night by Holly Black or Alix’s previous book, The Ten Thousand Doors of January, this book is for you.
Holler, Child by LaToya Watkins
- A collection of stories about women’s resilience.
- If you read and loved: Sabrina & Corina by Kali Fajardo-Anstine or Lot by Bryan Washington, this book is for you.
A Dish Best Served Hot by Natalie Caña
- A romance novel about high school sweethearts reuniting.
- If you read and loved: Talk Bookish to Me by Kate Bromley or Natalie’s previous book, A Proposal They Can’t Refuse, this book is for you.
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Get ready for a cozy fall reading season! Download your free copy of the guide when you visit fallreadingguide.com. This year’s guide has thirty books organized across nine categories, plus fun recipes, fall activities, lifestyle tips, classic books, and a fun challenge. So download your free copy and discover your next favorite book!