Fall reading list: Possessionista recommendations

As you probably figured out, my kids are back in school, which means I now have more time to focus on the Blog. But it also means that I’m trying to encourage my kids to read more – especially because I’m such a bookworm, myself. It’s been a few months since I’ve shared a must-read list, and figured now was a great time to make some book recommendations for what to read this fall.

Especially since there’s no Bachelor until January.

Got a book recommendation for me? Share it below. Click on any of the books for details

4 thoughts on “Fall reading list: Possessionista recommendations

  1. Sandy

    Ooo…thanks for sharing the recs…love book recs!

    I’d recommend: The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson, What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty, and Down the Rabbit Hole by Holly Madison (total guilty pleasure).

  2. Jennifer

    I LOVE your book recs! I just got finished with The Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll and it was one of the best books I’ve read in years. I couldn’t put it down! It’s being made into a film produced by Reese Witherspoon. I also just read How To Start A Fire by Lisa Lutz. It took a little bit to get into at first but then I fell in love with the characters. I was sad to see the book end.

  3. Vanessa

    I would HIGHLY recommend Those Girls by Chevy Stevens, and Mountain Story by Lori Lansens.

  4. Karen C

    Great list! My fall reading list has to consist of books that I physically and mentally can’t stop reading 🙂 I want to be able to cozy up in my pajamas and stay put with a good book 🙂 I just finished one that I have to recommend called “The Lemoncholy Life of Annie Aster” by author Scott Wilbanks (http://www.scottbwilbanks.com/). If you are looking for a book that will leave you with a sense of wonder and magic this is it! The main character Annie finds a mysterious mailbox in her backyard containing a letter addressed to her from a woman from Kansas in the 1800s. Annie lives in modern day San Francisco. A great line from her friend Christian upon the discovery is ” I mean, when did you first find Kansas in your garden?” The book is witty and fun and the characters are fantastic too! It is a story that has something for everyone and I really hope you will give it a read if you are looking for something unique and special 🙂


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