One of my favorite ways to relax is to cozy up with a big blanket and a cup of tea and get completely lost in a book. In our fast-paced world, it sometimes feels like reading is becoming a lost art. There have certainly been seasons of my life when I’ve gone weeks without cracking open a book, maybe sometimes even a month or so, but whenever I get back into the habit of reading for a few minutes before bed or keeping some time open on the weekends to read, I always feel like a happier, more rested, and even more creative person because of it. My interests range from historical fiction to suspenseful thrillers to captivating memoirs, so there’s always something on the library shelves that captures my attention! With shorter days and chillier weather creeping onto the calendar, fall never fails to inspire me to curl up with a book more frequently. We turned to our team for their favorite fall book recommendations–and please share your favorites as well in the comments so I can add them to the list!
A Well-Behaved Woman: A Novel of the Vanderbilts by Therese Anne Fowler (arrives October 16th)
The Gardens of Bunny Mellon by Linda Jane Holden – Coffee Table
Veere Grenney – A point of View – Coffee Table