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Top Ten Books on Kim's Fall TBR
1. Autumn Thorns by Yasmine Galenorn
A woman who ran away from a small town, only to come back after her grandmother passes and she inherits her home. And of course, she finds out that she has a gift, and that her mother was murdered. This is one trope that always attracts me.
2. Tricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich
Really, really loved this series up to about book 13. I keep reading it in hopes that Evanovich will go back to her roots. We shall see.
3. Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling
I don’t read a lot of non-fiction, but I really enjoy Kaling’s sense of humor and think she is an inspiration to a lot of people.
4. Eve by Wm. Paul Young
The story of Adam and Eve has always fascinated me, for so many reasons that I won’t go into here, since you would be reading 10 pages or so of reasons. So I’m interested to see where Young goes with this story.
5. The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King
Because his shorts stories are awesome, and they are short, so I don’t have to dedicate a lot of time to them, not like his 600 page books. Not that those aren’t awesome too.
6. Wine Folly: The Essential Guide to Wine by Madeline Puckette
I love the website. I love wine. I imagine I will love this book.
7. Faux Paw by Sofie Kelly
A cozy mystery with two cats (one that loves listening to Barry Manilow, and really, who doesn’t) and their slave (I mean owner), that works in a library. Sounds like my life, except the stumbling over dead bodies part.
8. The Idea of You by Darcy Burke
This is book four in the Ribbon Ridge series. Love this series, and getting to know the various characters in the Archer Clan. If you enjoy contemporary romance, I highly recommend the series.
9. Chapelwood : The Borden Dispatches by Cherie Priest
I’m reading Maplecroft, the first book in the Lizzie Borden Series, and am really enjoying it. It’s a different take on the true story of Lizzie Borden who killed her family with an ax. So I’m excited to see how the story continues in Chapelwood.
10. Inherit the Stars by Tony Peak
The main character is a salvager of space ships who gets by on life with cheap alcohol and one night stands. The excerpt sounds like a female description of Jayne from the TV series Firefly. I can not wait to read this one!
What are some series that are finished that you haven't finished?