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Fall Reading List


The most wonderful time of year is upon us again: Fall! A time for slightly cooler temperature, picturesque landscapes, and a plethora of pumpkin spice bullshit everywhere you look. Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the beauty of the changing leaves, the heady aromas of cinnamon and baking spices, and the reintroduction of boots to my wardrobe. And, of course, the arrival of Fall brings us closer to a most special occasion. The most special occasion, if you ask me…


Its time for all things spooktacular! If you’ve been following my blog for a while now, you might remember that I get a little overly excited whenever Halloween rolls around. (If you’re a new reader, you’ve been forewarned.) I already starting decorating the house this weekend and whipping up some fun Halloween-themed treats. Check out my little meringue ghosties:

Since it’s almost October, I feel like I should incorporate a few Fall/Halloween reads into my repertoire. Other than Vengeful, which gets released this week (!), I’m not sure what I am going to read yet.

Here are a few of my favorite Fall books that I’ve read in years past:


Any suggestions for this year? Are you planning on reading any books in honor of Fall/Halloween?


10 thoughts on “Fall Reading List

  1. The ghosts look delicious! And The Historian…read that years ago but didn’t know anyone else who has till you! I’m trying to finalize my Oct reading list. Thinking of a little Locke & Key, Something else by Joe Hill NOS4A2 maybe, and Anno Dracula.

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    1. OOoh, Anno Dracula was a good one! I loved The Historian, but I have a hard time getting people to read it, for whatever reason. (Perhaps the title is a little misleading?) I might have to read it again in October. It’s been several years for me.

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  2. I’ve read Coraline and some other Neil Gaiman’s books around this time of year and couldn’t agree more, they are perfect! Poe as well. I’m really hoping to read Dracula this year so fingers crossed!

    I think I’ll be reading City of Ghosts by Schwab this October… Have you tried it yet? Sounds pretty amazing and thematic 🙂 Other than that I’ll just pick up stuff as I go. There are tons of recs going around on Twitter so I’ll be checking those out pretty soon!

    Great post, Kiersten. And love the little meringue ghosts! ❤

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