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This week, the ladies at The Broke and the Bookish are asking:
What are the Top Ten Books on Your Fall TBR?
My fall TBR pile is stacked with some exciting things:
I'll read pretty much anything by Elizabeth Gilbert, but, Big Magic, a book about creativity seems especially exciting.
Golden Age is the third and final installment in Jane Smiley's Last Hundred Years series.
I'm ready for another installment of Humans of New York, and this one features the stories behind the pictures.
I've been patiently awaiting Killing Reagan, the next in the Killing... series by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard.
What's autumn without a book about football? The Last Season is about a father and son's last football season together.
Two books are coming out within days of each other (Oct. 1 & 6) about Rosemary Kennedy, the Kennedy sister who was institutionalized by the Kennedy family.
I adore Ruth Reichl, and I'm beyond excited for her new memoir/cookbook, My Kitchen Year.
I really enjoy Rick Bragg's writing, and his new collection, My Southern Journey, is a compilation of his writing about the south.
Another Pioneer Woman cookbook? Yes, please! The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime is due out mid-October.
Lastly, I'm a sucker for a book about the White House, so Under This Roof is on my TBR, too.
What are you looking forward to reading this fall?