Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke & The Bookish.
When I think about books about fall or autumn, a few things come to mind for me. I think about those books you read when you're starting a new school year. I also think about books about falling in love--those hazy days where the light shines through differently. I think about dark, haunted woods and magical things. Obviously, none of these things necessarily relate directly to autumn.
So, when this topic came up for Top 10 Tuesday, I knew that my post for this week would be a bit of a mess. I wasn't even sure where to begin. Finally, I said screw it, and picked books that just scream fall to me. Some of these book covers are clearly about fall--like, there are falling leaves and stuff on there. Others are more of a...feeling? I know that sounds at least a little hokey, but I hope you get it once you go through my choices for this week.
Three of these books I haven't even read yet. Do they take place in Fall? Who knows? Not me! But their covers sure have me fooled.
What are some books that scream fall to you, as if they're ravens perched on a tombstone calling out your name? Are there some books that you read each fall because they take place in this season? Let me know below, and be sure to link up your own Top 10 Tuesday post as well.
Thanks again to The Broke & The Bookish for another Top Ten Tuesday.