TTT: Playing Catch Up

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday (TTT) brought to you by The Broke and the Bookish.

Welcome back to another TTT! This week’s topic is pretty straight forward…

September 27: Books On My Fall TBR List

At first, I read this and took it to mean releases coming out this fall that I want to read. And I thought, oh boy. I have a ton of books that I need to read without even THINKING about adding fall releases!


Then I took a deep breath and realized I read the prompt wrong. It is simply just ten books I’d like to get to this fall. Excellent. Because I’ve got a list for that. 😉

Embarrassingly, I am waaaaay behind on my NetGalley books. I requested more than I found time to read. And I need to get to them! So here are ten that I really want to read this fall to help catch up.

Fall 2016: Playing Catch Up


  1. The Delphi Effect by Rysa Walker
  2. The Female Detective by Andrew Forrester
  3. Blood Defense by Marica Clark
  4. Clouds in my Coffee by Julie Mulhern
  5. All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda
  6. Death in the Tunnel by Miles Burton
  7. Jilo by J.D. Horn
  8. IQ by Joe Ide
  9. A Beautiful Blue Death by Charles Finch
  10. Without a Doubt by Nancy Cole Silverman


What are you planning on reading this fall? Do you have some reads on your TBR that you are planning to tackle? Or are you a free reading spirit who just takes books as they come? Let me know in the comments below, and link up to your own Top Ten Tuesday if you’ve got one!

7 thoughts on “TTT: Playing Catch Up

  1. I’m so behind too! I tell myself that one day I’ll catch up but I’m beginning to have my doubts. I really enjoyed Clouds in My Coffee! I have Without a Doubt sitting on my desk looking at me accusingly. It needs to get read and I have had A Beautiful Blue Death for YEARS and have yet to read it. It sounds fantastic!


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