Top Ten Tuesday: My fall reading list

Here’s a list of the books on my shelf for the fall. I’ll be reviewing these through November! What’s on your fall reading list?

Lord of the Flies – a classic that I’ve never read. I also love the cover, hello, Fashion Friday!

Lord of Temptation – bow chica wow wow. I gotta get my romance fix in.

Perks of Being a Wallflower – This is a favorite of mine and I have to reread it since the movie’s out now! Plus it has a sick cover.

A Natural History of the Romance Novel – I’m doing some more research on the genre :)

This is How You Lose Her – I’m going to see Junot Diaz speak TOMORROW about this book, so I’m probably going to stay up all night reading it after.

Which Brings Me to You – I read about this on a blog recently and immediately bought it! It’s a love story that explores the sexual and romantic pasts of both characters before they meet each other.

Charlotte Street – I’ve already started this and it’s hilarious. Just a typical story of boy stalks girl. I adore British humor!

How the French Invented Love – a non-fiction book about the nine hundred years of passion and romance that the French are responsible for.

The Female Eunuch – Another Feminist Manifesto? Yes, please. This book was mentioned countless times in How to Be a Woman so I’m planning to read it as soon as possible. Already bought a copy!

The Rose Garden – I bought this after reading a bunch of different bloggers reviews. Apparently, it’s awesome. I’ll let ya know.

About Natalie Ramm

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3 Responses to Top Ten Tuesday: My fall reading list

  1. koko says:

    ‘Which Brings Me to You’ is great! Definitely worth reading. So jealous you get to see Junot Diaz!

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  2. Natalie Ramm says:

    Your post about Which Brings Me to You is why I bought it! Can’t wait to read it :) And Junot Diaz was incredible, if you ever get the chance to see him speak, take it!!

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  3. Jessica says:

    THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER is definitely on my fall reading list!

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