Fall 2015 TBR books

toptentuesday2Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme I take part in when I can think up answers! It’s a great meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish blog. Every week they suggest a new book-related topic. It’s not only fun to think about my list, but to read what other people come up with!

This week we talk about the Fall books we want to read. I haven’t kept my list to 10 books. . . I just couldn’t lol. So I have added books on my actual TBR list, books for Fall challenges, anticipated books for Fall and NetGalley books. Nearly 20 books!


My TBR list books to read

These are all long-time favorite series I love and I already own these books:

The Sound of Broken Glass

  • by Deborah Crombie
  • Duncan Kincaid & Gemma James #15
  • Contemporary Mystery–Police Procedural, United Kingdom

The Brutal Telling

  • by Louise Penny
  • Chief Inspector Armand Gamache #5
  • Contemporary Mystery–Police Procedural, Quebec, Canada

The Winter Long

  • by Seanan McGuire
  • October Daye #8
  • Urban Fantasy, San Francisco, California

Books for fall challenges

I’m participating in a few challenges and these are books I’ve picked out so far to read for the challenges:

Earth 2788–The Earth Girl Short Storiesearth-and-fire

  • by Janet Edwards
  • Earth Girl 0.5
  • Science Fiction

Zoe’s Tale, The Human Division, and The End of All Things

  • by John Scalzi
  • Old Man’s War #4-6
  • Science Fiction

The Last Chance Christmas Ball

  • by Mary Jo Putney, Jo Beverley, Joanna Bourne, Patricia Rice, Anne Gracie, Nicola Cornick, Susan King & Cara Elliott
  • No series
  • Historical Romance–Regency, Christmas
  • A NetGalley book

The Christmas Joy Ride

  • by Melody Carlson
  • No series
  • Contemporary Christmas book
  • Also a NetGalley bookthe-immortal-heights

Fall 2015 books to read

These are two of my most anticipated books this Fall:

The Immortal Heights

  • by Sherry Thomas
  • The Elemental Trilogy #3
  • Young Adult Fantasy–Romance
  • The last of the trilogy

White Hot

  • by Ilona Andrews
  • Hidden Legacy #2
  • Urban Fantasy

Library books to read this fall

I’ve already gotten these books from the library. Super excited to get to them and read them!


Magic Shifts

  • by Ilona Andrews
  • Kate Daniels #8
  • Urban Fantasy

Ink and Bone

  • by Rachel Caine
  • The Great Library #1
  • Young Adult Fantasy

Second Street Station

  • by Lawrence H. Levy
  • A Mary Handley Mystery #1
  • Historical Mystery–Brooklyn, late 1800’s

NetGalley books to read this fall

I’ve started participating more in NetGalley and these books all come out this Fall and I’m super excited about reading these books! Just so happy I was approved for them. . . lol

Tower of Thornstower-of-thorns

  • by Juliet Marillier
  • Blackthorn & Grim #2
  • Fantasy

Guaranteed to Bleed

  • by Julie Mulhern
  • The Country Club Murders #2
  • Historical Mystery–1970’s, Kansas City

Named of the Dragon

  • by Susanna Kearsley
  • No Series
  • Fiction–Historical, Contemporary, Romance

An Ancient Peace

  • by Tanya Huff
  • Peacekeeper #1
  • Science Fiction–Military

What books do you want to read this fall?

Author: Jan

I love to read--especially mysteries, science fiction and fantasy. I also love blogging, photography, gardening, playing Mah Jonng, reading with a cat on my lap, throwing a ball for a dog, creating cards to send to family and friends, reading book blogs, using my computer.

12 thoughts on “Fall 2015 TBR books”

  1. What a great mix of books! You have to move A Winter Long up your list. It was so good but oh my gosh so emotional. You’ll have a busy fall, reading all these books. Enjoy!


  2. That is an impressive list! Though, any list that features Juliet Marillier is certain to be a good one 🙂 Though, admittedly, I have not read Dreamer’s Pool yet! It is so expensive, I am waiting for November and the paperback to come out 🙂


    1. Dreamer’s Pool was one of my favorite books last year, but I agree that some of the books are so expensive. And stay expensive. Very frustrating.


  3. Great list and I love how you broke it up! The Deborah Crombie is one I’d love to get to though I may be missing the one before it. Second Street Station looks great too and I’m hoping to get to Guaranteed to Bleed soon.


    1. Thanks, Katherine! Yes, I want to read more Deboarah Crombie, too, but I’m running out of books and don’t know when another is coming out. I’ve got to start Guaranteed to Bleed soon, too.


  4. Wow, what a great list! I’ve heard a lot of good things about Juliet Marillier but have never read any of her books yet. I really fancy the one on your list actually but would probably be better to start with the first one first 😀


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