Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and The Bookish.
Today’s top ten is basically the top books that I plan to read in the coming months. To be honest, I doubt I will get through all these books by the end of the year as I have my first contemporary novel, Ethersay being released in late Autumn but I will give it a good go.
I picked up a signed copy of this book when I met Alan at an event in Edinburgh a month or or so ago. He specifically warned me about the racy content although this just made me even more intrigued!
I don’t normally read crime fiction so it will be quite a different experience for me but this was recommended by a friend so I have decided to give it a go.
This is a biography of Katherine Parr which I will be dipping into over the next few months for research into a future novel that I am planning to write.
The third instalment in the Daughters of La Lune series. I loved the first two books and have been looking forward to getting a chance to read this one.
This novel had me intrigued as it features Rene Descartes who I studied at University. It was also short listed for the Costa prize so I have high hopes for it.
As with the previous book in this list about Katherine Parr, this is a research book I plan to work through over the next few months to help me plan a future novel.
I came across this on Facebook and it caught my eye although it has sat on my shelf so long that I can’t remember why that actually was. I suppose this means it will be an interesting surprise when I do start reading it.
This is a book I previously started but ended up getting distracted by something else. I hope to finally finish it before the end of the year.
This is the 2nd M.J. Rose book in my list and funnily enough is also the third book in a series I am thoroughly enjoying. Although this time the series is The Reincarnationist.
Another research book for what is hopefully going to be my next contemporary novel.
So what about your own Autumn TBR lists? Please feel free to share your own plans in the comments or via social media.