Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Fall 2020 TBR

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

These are the new releases I’m looking forward to reading the most this autumn.

1. The Left-Handed Booksellers of London by Garth Nix

Publication Date: Today

Why  It Looks Good: What’s not to like about the idea of magical fighting booksellers?

2. Crownchasers (Crownchasers, #1)
by Rebecca Coffindaffer

Publication Date: September 29

Why  It Looks Good: Characters competing for the chance to be the new king or queen sounds interesting!

3. Ties That Tether by Jane Igharo

Publication Date: September 29

Why  It Looks Good: Most of the books about interracial romances and family members who disapprove of them I’ve read in the past have been from the perspective of a white person. It will be cool to see that sort of story told from another point of view.

4. The Devil and the Dark Water by Stuart Turton

Publication Date: October 6

Why  It Looks Good: This is totally unlike my typical read in so many different ways. I generally don’t pick up mysteries, historical fiction, anything related to demons, or tales set at sea. It’s good to try new things sometimes.

5. Concrete Kids by Amyra Leon

Publication Date: October 13
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Why  It Looks Good: The blurb was a little hazy on what this book is actually about, but the idea of teaching kids to dream about their futures is an intriguing one.

6. The Twelve Dates of Christmas by Jenny Bayliss

Publication Date: October 13

Why  It Looks Good: It has a fabulous title, and I need more romance in my TBR.

7.The Valley and the Flood by Rebecca Mahoney 

Publication Date: October 27

Why  It Looks Good: It’s been far too long since I read any magical realism. Add in some prophesy and  a mental illness rep, and I’m quite interested.

8. The Sky Above Us by Natalie Lund 

Publication Date: November 17

Why  It Looks Good: The tragic plane crash that happened shortly before this tale began sounds like an excellent catalyst for everything that happens afterwards.

9. The Bad Muslim Discount  by Syed M. Masood 

Publication Date: November 17

Why  It Looks Good: Anvar Faris sound like a hilarious main character, and I need more laughter in my life.

10. How To Fail at Flirting by Denise Williams

Publication Date: December 1

Why  It Looks Good: The title alone makes it a must-read for me.


  1. The Valley and the Flood looks good!

  2. Left Handed Book Sellers and The Devil and Dark Water are definitely on my TBR. Great list!

  3. I’m very curious about The Left Handed Booksellers. I haven’t read anything by Garth Nix yet but I keep meaning too.

  4. Haha How To Fail At Flirting already sounds like a fun read 🙂 And I haven’t read any Garth Nix yet, but magical fighting booksellers sounds like a must!

  5. I requested Ties That Tether on NetGalley and haven’t gotten a response. I hope you get to read it and that you end up loving it 🙂

  6. That Left Handed one sounds fascinating! I need to check it out. I hadn’t heard of it before. Happy reading!

  7. I am so in the mood for a good magical realism read. Adding The Valley and the Flood to my TBR pile immediately.

  8. A great diverse list of books. Happy fall reading

  9. Great list! The Bad Muslim Discount sounds so fun.

  10. Looks like a good lineup! I really want to read The Left-Handed Booksellers… too — Garth Nix’s work is always fun. Hope you enjoy!

  11. Absolutely love the cover of The Sky Above Us. Very eye catching.

  12. I like the look of How To Fail at Flirting and Ties That Tether. Hope you enjoy all these

  13. I really like that cover for The Valley and the Flood. Hope you enjoy all these reads!

  14. Great list! I really want to read Crownchasers!! Love so many of these covers too!

  15. The Devil and the Dark Water looks interesting. Great list and thanks for visiting my TTT! 🙂

  16. So excited for The Left-Handed Booksellers of London, though I’m still not sure when I’ll get to read it, haha. The Devil and the Dark Water sounds really good, too. I hope you get to read all of these! 🙂

  17. Ties that Tether sounds interesting… although I am in an interracial family and I have to wonder why they can’t just be together and everybody is cool with it?

  18. I loved The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle so am looking forward to the new one from Stuart Turton.
    Happy reading 🙂

  19. OOOH, the Bad Muslim discount and Garth Nix’s new one just look like so much fun — to be fair though, most everything on this list looks like such good fun!

  20. Ooh, Left Handed Booksellers of London looks intriguing.

  21. Oh wow these all sound good! I’m so behind on what new releases are coming out these are all new to me.

  22. What a great mix of books! Most of these are new to me, but I see several that have piqued my curiosity. Especially Ties that Tether. 🙂

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