Autumn and the horror genre go hand in hand. “The Shining,” by Stephen King, will sweep you away like a leaf in the cold wind.
It’s fall and we’re celebrating some of the best books written by women. In this round-up, you’ll find all sorts of great reads, from rom-com and mystery, historical fiction to thriller.
Every reader’s experience of autumn is different, so while the books I have included below resonate with the mood I personally embrace when fiery leaves are everywhere, they are more of a loose map of where to begin searching when you’re up to your elbows in your best friends’ Stephen King content.
Hello again! Today’s bookstagrammer is Lucy/@the_bookish_astronaunt. Her content is cozy, soft, and perfect for the start of fall. https://www.instagram.com/p/CFut1JTgOpl/?igshid=ojt03bjiacif Why did you start your Bookstagram: About 2 years ago, I was transitioning from being a full-time high school science teacher to being a stay-at-home mom, and I wanted to have a creative outlet of sorts. So one day I decided to create an Instagram account where I would share reviews of my favorite books. I didn’t even know that bookstagram existed as a sub-community on Instagram so it was a very pleasant surprise when a few lovely Bookstagrammers welcomed me …
As September draws to a close, here are seven new books to take you right into October!