Fall Reading

My favorite season of the year is fast approaching, a magical time of college football, hoodies and zip fleeces, crunchy colorful leaves, and Oktoberfest beers.

It's also a time when I have to come up with a new reading list. I finished my summer list with little trouble, so now I need some new books to carry me through this cooler season. Here's what I'm thinking:
  • Confessions of a Funeral Director by Caleb Wilde
  • Washington's Farewell by Jon Avlon
  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
  • Blue Note Preaching in a Post-Soul World by Otis Moss III
  • Behemoth by Scott Westerfield
  • The Walking Dead Volume 28 by Robert Kirkman
  • The Season of the Nativity by Sybil MacBeth
So, a memoir, a history book, whatever Manson's book is, a little preaching, a few stories, and Advent/Christmas prep. I'm looking forward to it.

What'll you be reading this fall?

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