Can’t wait to sit by the fire and read one of the best new books this fall? We’ve got you covered!
Happy Fall, Y’all!
As the squirrel gathers nuts for nourishment before the long winter, so we too, must round up the best new books this fall that will entertain, educate, and inspire us during the only season when staying inside and reading is the hottest — or at least warmest — activity in town. BookPal is excited to introduce our fellow latte-lovers to some of the most anticipated books to be released this fall. Check them all out!
1. The Power of Moments by Dan & Chip Heath
The most recent project of three-time New York Times bestsellers Dan and Chip Heath, this motivational handbook gives readers an easy-to-digest guide on the elements that make definitive moments in life so unforgettable. Once you understand how ordinary experiences can become extraordinary in memory, the brother-author duo explains, you have the power to create these moments yourself. This enhances the satisfaction of both your professional clients at work and loved ones at home. Create some unforgettable memories after reading this great fall book.
2. Find Your Why by Simon Sinek, David Mead, & Peter Docker
From the team that brought us the 2009 best-selling business — and life — guide, Start With Why, comes a sequel that builds on the transformative power of inspiration both inside and outside of the workplace. Sinek, Mead, and Docker share wisdom, illustrations, and concrete exercises for success in this step-by-step guide to focusing on fulfillment. This fall book is perfect for finding your purpose.
Want to learn more about the book that started it all? Find out why you should Start With Why.
3. The Stone Sky by N.K. Jemisin
This is the third book in a series of which the two preceding books were both Hugo Award winners of their respective years (2016 and 2017). Therefore, the much-anticipated final installment in Jemisin’s Broken Earth series has a lot to stack up to. Equal parts heartbreaking and heart-stopping, fans of the series and new devotees alike will find a satisfying conclusion this fall to one of the finest sci-fi book series of the decade.
4. Scalia Speaks by Antonin Scalia, edited by Christopher J. Scalia & Edward Whelan
This anthology celebrates the wit, intelligence, and unique insight of one of the Supreme Court’s most notable justices. With a foreword by longtime friend and colleague Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and an introduction by Justice Scalia’s youngest son, this is the definitive collection of many of the finest speeches (several of them never-before-published) of the late judge’s remarkable career. Find a comfortable spot and prepare to be inspired with one of the best new books this fall.
5. What Happened by Hilary Clinton
In what’s been called her most personal memoir yet, Hillary Clinton invites the reader to experience all of the triumphs and disappointments of the 2016 election through her eyes. This collection of personal essays inspired by quotes carefully curated by the former Secretary of State tackles the challenges and controversies Clinton faced as the first woman nominated for president by a major party in one of the most bizarre American elections yet. Buckle up for one of the best books you won’t be able to put down this fall!
6. Wild Things by Bruce Handy
Vanity Fair contributing editor and full-time dad Bruce Handy takes us on an educational and entertaining romp through children’s literature as he stages a reunion between the adult reader and cherished favorites such as Goodnight Moon and Where the Wild Things Are. Showcasing both abundant research on the titles and their authors, as well as a truly delightful enthusiasm for the subject, Handy’s study is a joyous celebration of some of the works that made us first fall in love with books. Revisit your inner-child this fall with this book.
7. Artemis by Andy Weir
For fans of Weir’s 2011 adventure, The Martian, comes another near-future thriller from one of our favorite author-nerds. But, it’s no sequel; this time, we follow a daytime porter/nighttime smuggler named Jazz Bashara through Artemis, the first and only city on the moon. Jazz’s shady exploits get her into more trouble than she bargained for in this irresistibly fun heist story, in which the author’s now-familiar mixture of wit, suspense, and mastery of extra-terrestrial physics converge. You’ll be transported to different worlds this fall with this sci-fi story, and it’ll prove to be a book you just can’t stop reading!
Which of the best new books this fall are you dying to read? Share with us in the comments!
This post was written by Nina Calabretta, a client experience representative at BookPal. She is currently reading “The Hacking of the American Mind” by Robert H. Lustig.