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Reading Lists For Fall 2017 That You Need To Check Out

There are a few things I look forward to every fall: my favorite apple spice candle, the fact that it’s boot season, endless soup recipes, and the idea of curling up with my favorite knit blanket and a good book. But half of the fun for me is actually finding the perfect book! Now some of you may not be research nerds like I am, so I’m going to make finding your next read easy for you. Here are some of my favorite “must read” book lists for this fall season!

Fall Reading Challenge Checklist

Not sure what exactly to read?  This is a fun little checklist with different types of books to help you read lots of different types of books this fall!

Well-Rounded Book Lists

These lists are great if you want to mix up reading some fantastic fiction as well as real-life tear jerkers.

Best New Books for 2017

Good Housekeeping Fall Reads

Creepy Reads that Will Keep You Up

If you like being kept on your toes with suspense thrillers or pee your pants scary stories, then pick a book from one of these lists!

Creepy Books for Book Club

New Thrillers

Books About Witches

Historical Fiction You Can’t Miss

I’m a huge sucker for historical fiction, I get totally lost in the customs, language and lifestyle of decades and societies from the past. If that sounds like you, here are some good options!

New Historical Fiction Books

WWII Historical Fiction Books

Must Read Dystopian Novels

Did you love The Hunger Games or the Divergent Series? If you like the idea of futuristic societies, start with those. If you’ve already finished them, check out some other great books with a similar theme!

75 of the Best Dystopian Novels

Books for the Hopeless Romantic

A lot of times romance get categorized as a summer reading topic, but I say break that mold and “fall” in love all year round (see what I did there).

Steamy Romance Reads

Romantic Reads to Get Lost In

I am personally looking forward to finding a crime thriller to start with followed by a new WWII book (preferably with a little romance!) Now that you have plenty of books to choose from, you just have to decide where to start!