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Fall is here and with that comes kids going back to school, routines and rhythms getting settled in and cooler weather to cozy up in. This is my favorite time of year to gather my favorite books and dive in because it’s such perfect weather! Here are some suggestions for you to add to your list! Some I’ve read already and some I’m currently reading or are on my list too!
Girl Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis // If you want a kick in the pants and some serious real talk about life and how everyone has a hard time but we all need to push on and get up and chase your dreams, you’re going to want to read this one. Rachel is one hundred percent in it to win it and wants you to be to. She doesn’t sugarcoat things or have a lot of sympathy because she’s been through some tough stuff too and has ended up on the other side better than ever. Pick this up now!
Drop The Ball by Tiffany Dufu // I love reading these type of motivating books and have heard nothing but amazing things about Tiffany’s writing! I can’t wait to get my hands on it!
The Next Person You Meet In Heaven by Mitch Albom // Everything I’ve ever read by Mitch Album is so touching and beautifully written. This book is a sequel to The Five People You Meet In Heaven and I loved it so I can’t wait to read this one!
Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand // I’ve had this book on my shelf for years (it was actually a graduation gift for Andrew when he got his masters) and I think I’m finally going to pick it up and give it a shot after reading the outstanding reviews it has.
A Spark Of Light by Jodi Picoult //The cover of this book is so stunning and the description sounds incredible! I know it’s going to be a good one!
We Were The Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter // I listened to this book last year on Audible and it’s such a touching love story. A good one to curl up with and I didn’t want it to end.
Echo by Pam Munoz Ryan // My book club picked this one to read next month and so far I’m really enjoying it even though I was kind of skeptical.
Idaho by Emily Ruskovich // I’m in the middle of reading Idaho now and the story is so intriguing!
The Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller // This book is such a classic and I’ve had it for years and years but haven’t actually read it until last week. It was such an amazing love story and I was so sad when it was over! I can’t even begin to tell you how good it was but it was New York Times #1 bestseller for 164 weeks so that should say a lot. Although I’m certain I’m the last person on this planet who finally read it!