Today’s Topic: Books That Give Off Autumn Vibes (Autumn scenes/colors on the cover, autumn atmosphere, etc.)
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
I’m keeping this intro simple this week. There was no rhyme or reason to my choices.
The Spice King – Is it the use of spice in the title? Or that crisp masculine jaw? Maybe it’s the darker tones which scream autumn to me?
The Inn at Hidden Run – One of the best things about this season is seeing the leaves change color. Not so much is watching them fall, leaving (see what I did there?) bare trees behind.
The Work of Art – Something about that cranberry velvet screams autumn in Britain to me.
The Noble Guardian – Can’t you just feel this chilly fall morning with hot breath hitting cool air and early morning light filtering through the trees?
The Fifth Avenue Story Society – This window glimpse shows the perfect place to spend a wet fall afternoon.
Starry Eyes – Nothing says fall to me like a cool night around a campfire.
Like Never Before – Okay, okay I lied. You know what else says fall? Wrapping up and cuddling in a cozy blanket.
These Healing Hills – Who wouldn’t want to be in the Appalachians when the autumn color is out in all its’ glory?
When Fall Fades – More falling leaves and look, fall is actually in the title which is honestly a great choice for this romantic suspense story.
Many Sparrows – This cover is a work of art that I would hang on my wall if I could. I love the muted fall colors and the print is just stunning.
8 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday – Books That Give Off Autumn Vibes”
Nice choices with your list this week. I especially liked the cover for Many Sparrows.
Thank you Lydia. I always appreciate your comments and visits.
Aw the cover for “Like Never Before” looks so cozy and sweet!
Doesn’t it, though.
These all look so fallish! I’m especially intrigued by Starry Eyes!
I really enjoyed Starry Eyes. I hope you get a chance to read it.
Some of these look cozy! I love them!
So many intriguing novels! I love the autumn vibes. This weeks topic choice was totally up my alley. Also, oh my gosh, the cover for The Inn at Hidden Run is BEYOND beautiful. I may or may not be swooning. (I’m totally swooning.)