I have never before participated in Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. I have fun reading everyone else’s lists, and have often been tempted to join in. But, today, the topic is so easy, and has been something I’ve been thinking about anyway. So…
The Top Ten (Canadian) books on my Fall TBR:
- The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood – How can I not?
3. The Winter Family by Cliff Jackman – This has also been long-listed for the Giller Prize, and I have it on hold at the library.
4. The Birthday Lunch by Joan Clark – This one is also on hold at the library, so I hope I’ll be reading it, and that I won’t get bogged down when all my holds come in at once. It will be my first Joan Clark.
8. Sisters in the Wilderness by Charlotte Gray – A non-fiction book about Susanna Moodie and Catherine Parr Traill. I tend to put off the non-fiction books (even the ones I really want to read), so I’ll be happy if I get to this one.
9. Barometer Rising by Hugh MacLennan – A classic book about the Halifax Explosion, and the one I really should have read by now.
10. Whatever book I decide to read next for my A-Z CanLit Project. I’m on letter ‘O’.
What are you reading this Fall?