There are a lot of things I love about you guys.
Your unwavering dedication to The Bachelor, your never-ending compliments on social media, and most of all, your literacy. Seriously, in a world where we get all of our information by social media, and rely on pictures for information, there’s something really trustworthy about someone who still believes in the importance of the written word.
People are often surprised by how much I read, given my proclivity towards couch potato-ism (not a real thing.) But my deepest, darkest secret is that I’d give up my TV before I’d give up my kindle.
Since my last reading list, I’ve read some really, really good books. In particular, The Nightingale (which was a recommendation from several of you) and The Basic Eight which is probably the best book I’ve ever read, and unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. In fact, after both I needed, like, brain sorbet. Something to cleanse the palette before I could indulge in another really satisfying book. (So, thanks Andy Cohen and Leah Remini.)
The following are the best – or at least the most engaging – books I read this fall. As I type this, I have just finished the last page of No Kiss Goodbye, which I’m warning you is full of plot holes but still compelling enough that I read it in two nights.
So, these are my recommendations, and now it’s your turn. What should I read next? Let me know in the comments.
Want even more book recommendations? Check out my past lists here