My Fall TBR Stack

Fall has arrived and there are so many good books to read. When I share my To Be Read selection, those are the print novels. I also have eBooks that I constantly read.

So, here I go with a Christmas one by multiple authors. A Joyful Christmas contains six historical stories written by Cynthia Hickey, Liz Johnson, Vickie McDonough, Liz Tolsma, Carrie Turansky, and Erica Vetsch.

Speaking of Erica Vetsch, The Lost Lieutenant is next, set in England in 1813. The cover draws me to want to read it as well as the Regency background. Finally, I’m excited about reading Book Three of Jody Hedlund’s Lost Princesses novels—Hereafter. Princesses, kings, and warriors. And of course, love!

Recently I read a book by Rebekah Jones and enjoyed it. I ordered Grandmother’s Letters, a Small Town Mysteries, knowing it will be just as good as the other one. Book Two of Rachel Skatvold’s Ladies of Ardena, Lady Reagan’s Quest, continues the drama of evil kings and princes verses the good souls of the land.

Another Christmas story, Christmas at Whitefriars (novella), by Elizabeth Camden will surely get me in the Christmas spirit in an English Castle in 1912. Coastliners, by a new to me author, Joanne Harris, intrigued me with the heroine leaving Paris for her home on a small island.

Everything I read by Carrie Fancett Pagels is entertaining and inspiring. Her new novel, Dogwood Plantation, places the characters in 1812, Virginia.

Chautona Having is sure to weave an interesting tale (every time) with Allerednic. The subtitle explains it well: A Regency Cinderella Tale…in Reverse.

 

Happy reading. Perhaps you will pick up one of these and join me. Have you read anything by one of these authors?

One thought on “My Fall TBR Stack

  1. Katie Gray

    Oh what fun! I have not read any of these authors. Maybe you will bring me one of these to borrow when you visit this month. I’ll return it. I’d love a good Christmas novel to get ready for the season. I am reading The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark, set in 1930’s England. It’s delightful.

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