Top Ten Tuesday (#33): Ten Books With Fall/Autumn Covers/Themes

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And we’re back this Tuesday with another exciting prompt…Ten Books With Fall/Autumn Covers/Themes! Yes, I know, I love Autumn way too much. But I’m a strong believer that it’s better to fill your life with things that you like and love, than the opposite. Yes. Positivity! My spellchecker is saying that that is not a real world. Too bad. Anyway, this prompt was harder for me to complete than I’d first imagined. When I first saw the prompt over on The Broke and the Bookish I just kind of smiled to myself, cracked my knuckles, and started a search that I thought would be very short and very yielding. I was so very wrong, and in the end, ended up listing a bunch of books that I have not read yet! Some of them are not published yet, sure, but the rest….What’s my excuse? The upside of this adventure, is that I came across some books that I’d never seen or heard of before! But anyway, on to my top ten list!

For those of you who don’t know what Top Ten Tuesday is all about, here is a quote from The Broke and the Bookish, the genuises behind this weekly meme!

Each week we will post a new Top Ten list that one of our bloggers here at The Broke and the Bookish will answer. Everyone is welcome to join. All we ask is that you link back to The Broke and the Bookish on your own Top Ten Tuesday post and, if you want to, add your name to the Linky widget on that day’s posts (typically put up midnight EST on Tuesday) so that everyone can check out other bloggers lists! If you don’t have a blog, just post your answers as a comment. Have fun with it! It’s a fun way to get to know your fellow bloggers.

…and now that all of the necessary stuff is out of the way….

– Ten Books With Fall/Autumn Covers/Themes –

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 – ONE –

Melissa Albert’s The Hazel Wood

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– TWO –

Nora Roberts’ Dark Witch

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– THREE –

Brittany Cavallaro’s A Study in Charlotte

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– FOUR –

Margaret Rogerson’s An Enchantment of Ravens

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– FIVE –

Shea Ernshaw’s The Wicked Deep

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– SIX –

Rachel Lynn Solomon’s You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone

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 – SEVEN –

Ransom Rigg’s’s Tales of the Peculiar

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– EIGHT –

Edna O’Briaen’s The Little Red Chairs

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– NINE –

Gregory Maguire’s After Alice

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– TEN –

Diana Gabaldon’s Drums of Autumn

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THANKS SO MUCH FOR READING! HAVE YOU READ ANY OF THESE? AND IF SO, WHAT DID YOU THINK? IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THEM YET, ARE THEY ON YOUR TBR LIST? WHY? WHY NOT? LET ME KNOW IN THE COMMENTS BELOW!

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18 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday (#33): Ten Books With Fall/Autumn Covers/Themes

  1. daniellethamasa says:

    These are great fall cover choices. I’m finishing up An Enchantment of Ravens and have enjoyed it quite a bit. The Hazel Wood is on my TBR, and it will take me a while before I get to Drums of Autumn (I’m reading Dragonfly in Amber off and on right now).

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    • Flavia says:

      Thank you! I thought so as well 🙂

      I’m sorry to hear that you didn’t like A Study in Charlotte! I will have to see if I like it or not, once I get to it (haha). I hope that I do though.

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