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Books: New Releases for Fall

Before the busyness of the holiday season sets in, take some time for yourself by reading one of fall's hottest releases. Whether you sneak in a few pages at carpool or relax with a chapter or two before bed, reading is an inexpensive way to relax and unwind. To help you pick the best choice, I've gathered four different types of books to pique your interest. Each of these titles are available in various formats such as e-book, audio, and hardcover. So, dust off your Kindle (if you have one) and then pour yourself a glass of wine. Now is the perfect time to get lost in the pages of a good fall book.

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There's just something about a penguin that brings a smile to my face. The comical way the bird waddles back and forth brings joy to my day. The same feeling is true for author Tom Michell. In his new memoir, The Penguin Lessons: What I Learned from a Remarkable Bird, he chronicles his heartwarming experiences when he rescued a penguin from an oil slick off the coast of Uruguay. In order to save the little creature's life, Tom smuggled him over the Argentinian border and made him a resident at the prestigious boarding school where Tom taught. Truly, this touching memoir will warm your heart.

Books for Fall

I like to cook, even though I'm not the most accomplished chef in the household. I also like to read and write mystery novels because I get a kick out of trying to figure out whodunit. So naturally, when I stumbled upon Recipes for Love and Murder: A Tannie Maria Mystery by Sally Andrew, I was intrigued. If you like reading crime series, pick up a copy of this debut novel set in rural South Africa. The story centers on a widow named Tannie Maria van Harten who is faced with losing her job at the local paper if she doesn't stop writing a recipe column and instead try her hand at giving advice. This book has romance, murder, and much more!

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It comes as no surprise that Nicholas Sparks new release, See Me, is holding steady at the top of the bestsellers' lists. It's hard to pick a favorite from the long list of noteworthy reads...The Notebook, Safe Haven, or The Longest Ride, to name a few. His latest novel is about a man and woman looking for second chances. Colin Hancock has a history of violence and bad decisions, but now he's moving forward trying to earn a teaching degree. Maria Sanchez is a graduate of Duke Law School and has a job at a prestigious law firm in Wilmington, NC. A chance encounter of the two opposites sets this unforgettable tale of romance into motion. Be sure to add this touching story to the top of your must-read picks for all.

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