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The 2020 Fall Reading List

The BiblioLifestyle 2020 Fall Reading List is here and we are helping you to sort out the best from the rest this fall so you can make this your best reading season yet!

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[edgtf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”#d6a67c” background_color=””]T[/edgtf_dropcaps]he first annual BiblioLifestyle Fall Reading List is finally here and I’m super excited for it to be out in the world!  Since childhood, fall has always been my favorite season.  I have fond memories of cozying up under a blanket with my book or sitting under my favorite apple tree reading in the cooler weather.

While there are still some uncertainties ahead, and you may not be sure what life will have in store this season, one thing is certain!  Some impressive books will be gracing shelves that are sure to entertain, distract, educate, and comfort us.

The 2020 Fall Reading List has twenty-six new releases and six classic novels.  All books are organized into categories, so you can head straight to your favorite section if you prefer.  Because we’re all about lifestyle here, you’ll also find some fun things to do at home, along with some fall-themed recipes.  I’ve also included some tips to help you improve your reading life.

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There are literally thousands of books that will be gracing bookshelves this fall, and I haven’t read them all.  What I have done is selected my favorites from the books I have read.  I then organized them into categories.  I’ve also included publication dates so you’ll know what comes out when (although these dates may change). Some of these titles have heavy themes, so if you need trigger warnings, please email me at hello[at], and I will do my best to advise you accordingly.

Above all, reading is a personal experience!  I’ve included summaries to help you decide if that book sounds right for you based on your taste, interests, and current reading mood. 

If you like what we’ve put together in The Fall Reading List, please share the guide’s homepage on your favorite social media channels or directly with your favorite bookish friends.  Don’t forget to tag @bibliolifestyle and use the hashtag #bibliolifestyleFRL in your posts so we can see what you’re reading as well.

Members of our Patreon community voted on the cover art for The Fall Reading List e-magazine.  I can’t thank them enough, and I’m forever grateful for their support.

I hope you’ll find plenty of books you love in this guide, and I’m looking forward to hearing about your favorites!

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