Autumn 2020, Reading and Bookishness


This always feels like the busiest part of my reading year. My stack is overflowing. And, as usual, I have something in there for every reading mood. 


One of my MustReadEverything authors? Shani Mootoo's Polar Vortex.


For rereading? Audre Lorde's Sister Outsider.


A new-to-me author? Seth's Clyde's Fans.


A debut? Jean-Christophe Réhel's Tatouine. A dystopia?


Adam Wilson's Sensation Machines.


And in quiet moments? Kamila Shamsie's Home Fire.


In extended afternoons? Langston Hughes' Selected Letters.


And from my 2020 Must-Read list? The final volume in Lewis Grassic Gibbon's Scots Quair trilogy.


Also looking forward to, in November, Margaret Atwood Reading Month. Hosted by BuriedInPrint and ConsumedByInk


What are you looking forward to reading in October?