As the nights draw longer and the days get colder, most people start mourning the end of summer — except for book-lovers. Because book-lovers know something that the rest of the world doesn't: fall is the best season for reading. So instead of feeling sad that the hot weather is coming to an end, head on down to Barnes & Noble and prepare to welcome fall in style — with a house full of books.
Don't worry about your towering TBR getting out of control; in fall, there are so many chances for reading that you'll finally make it through all those books you've been holding on to for months. Now that your diary isn't so packed with barbecues and beach trips and pool parties, you've actually got the time to make your way through your bookshelves. In fall, nobody judges you for passing up an invitation to stay home and read; in fact, they're all secretly thinking of doing the same. It's a fact: reading in autumn is just too good to pass up.
And yeah, us book-lovers are perfectly content to curl up with a good book any time, any place, any season. Sure, reading on the beach is a treat, or under a Christmas tree. But reading in fall is even better than all of those — and here's why.