Summer is winding down and the beach days are slowly coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean you should forget about that book list you wanted to get through during the summer. In fact, the fall is a great time to add books to your reading list (think: curling up near a warm fire with a cozy blanket, cup of hot tea or coffee and a good book)! We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite must-reads to top your end-of-summer list. So pick up a copy and get ready to dive in!
- The Total ME-Tox: How to Ditch Your Diet, Move Your Body & Live Your Life by Beth Behrs: We love the completely down-to-earth, holistic lifestyle approach of television actress, Beth Behrs, of “Two Broke Girls.” We especially love any book that helps you feel your absolute best.
- The Fine Art of Paper Flowers by Tiffanie Turner: This gorgeous book belongs on the coffee table of every flower-loving lady out there. The artistry behind what Tiffanie Turner creates is just unreal.
- Amanda Wakes Up by Alisyn Camerota: The publisher describes this story as “The Devil Wears Prada meets Primary Colors.” We’re sold!
- The Misfortune of Marion Palm by Emily Culliton: This story about a mom who embezzles $180,000 from her daughter’s private school to fund her lifestyle is one of the most entertaining stories we’ve read all year.
- The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne: If you were a fan of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas you’ll love Boyne’s latest novel. Set in post-war Ireland, this story will give you all the feels.
- Wanderful: The Modern Bohemian’s Guide to Traveling in Style by Andi Eaton: This one is for all you wanderlusts out there. If you follow along with Andi on Instagram, you know she’s one of the most dreamy travel and style babes out there right now. Her new book (on sale Sept. 12) is a gorgeous lookbook sure to inspire your travel bug!
- Cruel Beautiful World by Caroline Leavitt: Need a suspenseful page-turner you can’t put down? This is it! Be ready to read it all in one sitting!
- Class Mom: A Novel by Laurie Gelman: This hilarious, fresh take on the modern day mom in her kid’s class is clever and wonderfully written.