Each season, I put together a list of books I’d like to read during those three months. My list is usually comprised of books I’ve been meaning to read during the season and new releases. On occasion, it also includes rereads. Sometimes I’m able to get through all of the books on my list. Other times, I only get through most. Either way, I always find it helpful to have a reading list to guide me through the season. It’s my way of keeping things simple, by not constantly trying to remember what I wanted to read during the season 📚.

In no specific order, these are the 9 books on my Fall 2022 reading list:

Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid

I’ve yet to come across a Taylor Jenkins Reid book I didn’t like, so I have high hopes for this one. I can’t wait to see what she’s come up with now! Her stories always leave such a lasting impression on me.

*Update: See my book review here.

Ways The World Could End by Kim Hooper

I was impressed by No Hiding in Boise, so I’m looking forward to reading this latest release. I’m expecting the story will be just as heavy, so I’ll have to find the right time to read it.

*Update: See my book review here.

Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt

An octopus who befriends an employee at the aquarium, and may uncover the truth about her son’s disappearance? I’m intrigued.

*Update: See my book review here.

The Lies I Tell by Julie Clark

This is a highly rated thriller about two women. One is a con artist, the other is determined to expose her. I’ve never read a book by this author, so this one seems like a good start.

The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell

I’ve enjoyed a few books by Lisa Jewell. She recently released The Family Remains (Book 2), but I still havent’ read The Family Upstairs (Book 1). It’s now on my list.

Mad About You by Mhairi McFarlane

I’ve enjoyed other books by Mhairi McFarlane, so I’m definitely looking forward to this latest release. I’ve enjoyed her candid and relatable stories, so I hope to enjoy this one too.

*Update: See my book review here.

Adult Assembly Required by Abbi Waxman

I enjoyed The Bookish Life of Nina Hill a couple of years ago, so I’m ready to revisit Nina, her bookstore, and her friends. I think this will be a cozy fall read.

*Update: See my book review here.

We Were Dreamers: An Immigrant Superhero Origin Story by Simu Liu

Having recently finished watching the Kim’s Convenience series on Netflix, I was happy to see Simu Liu released a memoir. I’m looking forward to learning about his life and background.

*Update: See my book review here.

Remember: The Science of Memory and the Art of Forgetting by Lisa Genova

This book has been on my Kindle for a long time now, but I keep getting sidetracked and haven’t finished it yet. I’ve decided it’s about time I commit to finishing it and finally remember to read it.

*Update: See my book review here.

How about you? Are any of these books on your to-read list?