Fall is finally here! My favorite season of the year is right now. As of September 1st, it is officially fall, so pull out the flannel, make a pumpkin spice latte, and settle down with a few good reads. In the fall, I become much too ambitious and want to do everything, including bookstagram picture... Continue Reading →
A list of cozy mystery books that will keep you entertained for hours and leave you with complicated plot twists, compelling characters, and enticing settings. Perfect for rainy days!
These are my top ten books to read while driving in the car. They're all funny, entertaining, and good for a few hours of stop-and-go entertainment on those long road trips between New Jersey and Florida.
Welcome aboard, train wreck. Seriously. Bookish train wrecks. This is going to rock your TBR. Stop what you're doing. Bookworms, I'm about to revolutionize your reading. If this is your first time here, welcome aboard, train wreck. Glad to have you here. If this isn't your first time here, I'm still glad to have you.... Continue Reading →
I find it hard to believe November is over. I'm still pulling spiderwebs from my office cubicle. This lack of time awareness may account for the amount of books I read in November.
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I read a lot. But I tend to stick to two genres - cozy mysteries and horror. And I've already given you the cozy mystery releases for this month. And I'm a little burned out on horror. So, I asked a few bookish friends what books they're excited to read this November. Let's just say my genres and TBR are now expanding.
When you're talking about reading thirty one books in a month, it tends to get a little lengthy. But as promised, here is the next list of ten books on my to be read challenge
I love fall. I love autumn. I love Halloween. Give me the pumpkins, the leaves, the cooler temperatures. I need the whole sitting on my porch, drinking coffee, wrapped up in a blanket, reading a book vibe. And for once, I'd like to look cute wearing a flannel shirt and boots and not like a lumberjack looking for their axe.
And because of my lumberjack esque look, I choose to be inside on my couch. And the fact that it's still ninety five degrees outside and I make a fine mosquito buffet. But, you know what they say. Fake it till you make it. And that's why I'm bringing you six more cozy mysteries to put you in a cozy fall mood.
Some of these are not the first in the series. And that's ok. The good thing about cozies is each book is it's own story. And most authors give a little backstory throughout the book into things like jobs, relationships, and previous cases. You won't miss much and if you like the book enough, you could buy the series and start it from the beginning. If you click any of the links I post, I may earn a small commission so thank you.