August 9th, 2022
Fall in Love with a Good Book
With soaring summer temperatures beginning to come back down, fall weather is just around the corner. The days start to grow a bit shorter, and the weather makes way for things like football, bonfires, pumpkin patches and so much more! As the blankets and fuzzy socks start to come out, picking up a good book is another favorite fall activity.
There’s nothing quite like curling up with a good book on a cool fall day, and with an ever-changing New York Times Bestsellers list, there’s so many options to choose from. From fiction to nonfiction and even self-help, there is a book out there for everyone as we start to turn toward autumn.
There’s been nothing short of screen adaptations of bestselling novels this summer with releases like “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens, Agatha Christie’s famous “Death on the Nile”, and Min Jin Lee’s “Pachinko.” Hear of Netflix’s smash show with Bridgerton? Each season is based off a novel from Julia Quinn!
Authors like Colleen Hoover and Emily Henry have been dominating the NYT Bestsellers list as of late, each with multiple titles taking a coveted spot, but more releases from authors like Ruth Ware and Daniel Silva are climbing up the rankings. The lists are set to change as highly-anticipated releases from people like Stephen King and Fredrik Backman will happen this fall.
No matter which genres you like to read or whether you’re a self-proclaimed book lover, there’s a great book out there for everyone this fall! What will you be reading in the coming months?