I am excited to present my fall and winter reading list: the books I plan to cozy up with during these upcoming colder months (I meant to create this list sooner but it just got cold here!!).
I hope you’ll join me in reading the books that interest you.
What do I look for in a book, and why did these make my list? I’m still looking for my “favorite book of the year” and although I have some contenders, nothing yet has compared to my favorite book of last year. I am looking for “epic” books that teach me something about life and myself, and they have to be entertaining as well. A lot to ask, I know!
So here are the newly published (or soon to be published) books that I’m most looking forward to reading soon:
After reading through publisher notes, sample chapters, and entire books (books that delayed me from writing this post because I couldn’t put them down!!), I am excited to present my summer reading list.
This eclectic list includes several thrillers, some environmental dystopia, a drama about love in Hollywood, new WWII fiction, long-lost stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald, and more. I have covered all my reading personalities and thus included something for everyone. I will update this post with links as I read these books and add my own reviews.
You can click on the titles or pictures for more information or to buy the book from Amazon. Happy summer reading!
Last Fall after reading dozens of new book titles, publisher notes, and excerpts, and of course looking at beautiful book covers, I presented my first reading list, for Fall/Winter 2016.
The books on this list caught my attention for various reasons, which are noted below along with the publishers notes.
As of March, I am updating this post with reviews from most all of these books. I was sidetracked from the list several times which is OK because I found my favorite book of the year and also spent recent weeks watching all 9 films nominated for best picture.
RELATED POST: 2016 ROUND-UP
My Reading list for Fall/Winter 2016, updated with links to reviews
The Other Einstein: A Novel by Marie Benedict
This description had me at “Paris Wife”!
“In the tradition of The Paris Wife and Mrs. Poe, The Other Einstein offers us a window into a brilliant, fascinating woman whose light was lost in Einstein’s enormous shadow. It is the story of Einstein’s wife, a brilliant physicist in her own right, whose contribution to the special theory of relativity is hotly debated and may have been inspired by her own profound and very personal insight.”
Update: Click here to read my review/reflections on The Other Einstein.