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  • Writer's picturePatti Callahan Henry

The most anticipated books of fall 2018

A chill in the air, the crackle of a fire and steaming hot cocoa in a mug – all of this can only mean one thing: Fall is coming!


Fall is my absolute favorite time of year. There is nothing like crawling under a warm blanket in your coziest pair of socks and losing yourself in a great book. The titles that are releasing over the next few months are fantastic and I can’t wait to read them! Settle in book lovers, and prepare to expand your TBR list with these most anticipated books of fall.

Becoming Mrs. Lewis

by Patti Callahan

“We feasted on love; every mode of it, solemn and merry, romantic and realistic, sometimes as dramatic as the thunderstorm, sometimes comfortable and unemphatic as putting on your soft slippers. She was my pupil, my teacher, my subject and my sovereign, my trusty comrade, friend, shipmate, fellow-soldier. My mistress, but at the same time all that any man friend has ever been to me.” Well readers, if that doesn’t make your heart skip a beat, I am not sure what will. I am really looking forward to reading Patti Callahan’s intimate look at the life and love shared between C.S. Lewis and his wife, Joy Davidman.

Read More About Becoming Mrs. Lewis.

About Stacey

Stacey Armand is a writer and book enthusiast based in South Louisiana who passes her days as a lease analyst. By night, she is a voracious reader who dreams of one day working in publishing or opening her own book store/coffee shop/reading clinic filled with therapy dogs. She reviews books as a guest judge for Book of the Month, as well as on her blog, Prose and Palate. She is incredibly active in the book community on Instagram and she co-curates an online book club known as Salt Water Reads with her good friend, Kourtney Dyson. She is also a passionate advocate for child literacy and children with dyslexia. When she is not traveling with her family or roaming the aisles of Target, she can be found curled up in a corner with a good book.


Sept 14, 2018

Patti Callahan Henry



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