TOP TEN TUESDAY | AUTUMN BOOK COVERS

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After an uncomfortably hot summer that led to out-of-control forest fires inland and smoke that traveled here, making it hard to breathe (or see very far), it finally seems to be over. Much to my relief, as I much prefer cooler weather – the kind that makes scarves, fluffy socks, cosy blankets and copious tea appropriate. So consider this week’s topic my celebration to one of my favourite times of year: the beginning of autumn!

          

The Year of the Runaways – Sunjeev Sahota
Little Fires Everywhere – Celeste Ng
My October – Claire Holden Rothman

          

The House Between Tides – Sarah Maine
The Half-Brother – Holly LeCraw
Punishment – Linden MacIntyre

          

Autumn – Ali Smith
Mary Ann In Autumn – Armistead Maupin
Ordinary Thunderstorms – William Boyd

          

Where They Found Her – Kimberly McCreight
Close To Hugh – Marina Endicott
Go Set A Watchman – Harper Lee

Some of these I’ve read, others not yet, so I don’t know if they all fit thematically in terms of content. But for one reason or another, they all look like autumn to me, and make me feel like they’d be great to curl up with on a rainy evening with a purring cat and some type of warm beverage to hand!

Did I miss out your favourite autumn cover? Share in the comments!


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly link-up feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week TTT has a different topic, and everyone who links up has to create a link of ten items that fit that topic. To see past and upcoming topics, go here.

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