Nowadays, we are all living very hectic lives. That’s why I admire all who make time for themselves. Be it to read, write, or watch TV, it seems that with every passing day, time becomes more and more precious to us. So if you do get time for a cozy read (or re-read) during this fall, here are five options from five different genres that I would personally re-read as a cozy fall read (if I ever found the time).
Classic: The Little Prince
If you’re in the mood to read a short classic while drinking coffee at a café or while snuggled up on your nook or couch, then read The Little Prince. It’s a sweet and enchanting read that will teach you a lot about life. The book touches on different topics such as childhood, adulthood, love, friendship, and so forth. Every time I read it, I learn something new. It’ll be an instalove, I promise. ❤
Poetry: Fierce Fairytales
If you’re looking for your next poetry read, read this one, like NOW! Fierce Fairytales is amazing. Nikita Gill’s collection features poems about the universe, fairytales, and modern-day life. If you want to see fairytales from a modern point of view, where princesses are no longer damsels in distress, and where the line between hero and villain blurs, then read it. Trust me. It makes for the perfect fall (poetry) read.
Fantasy: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
I mean, I feel that once fall begins, Harry Potter is in the air. It’s everywhere, I tell you. And why not? I think reading the OG Harry Potter book might be the best way to spend your fall reading time. Nuff said.
Graphic Novel: The Witch Boy
In a world where men are shapeshifters and women are witches, one particular thirteen-year-old boy—Aster—would rather be a witch. *ruh-roh!* And when mysterious dangers threaten his family and friends, he can help as a witch, not a shapeshifter! I really enjoyed this graphic novel. It’s a short read, but you really get immersed in what’s happening in Aster’s life. If you want an interesting graphic novel for a cozy fall read, grab this one.
YA: Everything, Everything
Finally, if you’re in the mood for some YA, then Everything, Everything might be a good option for you. I mean, just look at that cover. ❤ But seriously, Maddy’s story is a rollercoaster of emotions. You laugh with her and cry with her—and of course, you’ll fall in love with Olly as well. The book touches on many themes of love and trust. It’s a beautiful read, and a good one if you’re in the mood for a YA read. 🙂
So, what books would you recommend for each genre?
Until next time, my friends!
*Top 5 is a tag created by Bionic Book Worm! Be sure to check her out! ^-^