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What's in Your Boo-Basket?

Boo Basket
Who else has been seeing boo-baskets all over TikTok? There are so many cute ways to make a boo-basket for your significant other or friends, and if they’re bookworms, well, of course, you have to include some books. So, for anyone who’s been wanting to make a boo-basket, here are some book recs for you to choose from—for both “Fall Girlies” and “Spooky Girlies”

What is a boo basket?

First, some definitions:Fall Girlies: they love pumpkin spice everything, warm colors (think orange, brown, beige, etc.), cute pumpkins, marshmallow and vanilla-smelling things, and so on.Spooky Girlies: bring on the skeletons. They love the darker, spookier colors (think black, purple, orange, green, etc.), cauldrons, black cats, and so on.Are you more of a Fall Girl or a Spooky girl? Either way, here are book recs for both of these to include in your boo-basket! What are your favorite Fall/Spooky Girl books?
Read all my Fall Girly book recommendations in this Fable list
1. The Pumpkin Spice Cafe by Laurie Gilmore2. You, Again by Kate Goldbeck3. In the Company of Witches by Auralee Wallace4. The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling5. The Dead Romantics by Ashley Poston
Read all my Spooky Girly book recommendations in this Fable list
1. The Secret History by Donna Tartt2. Juniper and Thorn by Ava Reid3. Anatomy: A Love Story by Dana Schwartz4. Look Closer by David Ellis5. The September House by Carissa Orlando
Juniper & Thorn by Ava Reid digital book - Fable

Juniper & Thorn

By Ava Reid

A gruesome curse. A city in upheaval. A monster with unquenchable appetites. Marlinchen and her two sisters live with their wizard father in a city shifting from magic to industry.

You, Again by Kate Golbeck digital book - Fable

You, Again

By Kate Golbeck

When Ari and Josh first meet, the wrong kind of sparks fly. They hate each other. Instantly.

The Secret History  by Donna Tartt digital book - Fable

The Secret History

By Donna Tartt

Under the influence of a charismatic classics professor, a group of clever, eccentric misfits at a New England college discover a way of thought and life a world away from their banal contemporaries.

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Taking away the option to read certain books because of their subject matter removes the opportunity to have meaningful conversations and get comfortable with discomfort to learn empathy and how to see a perspective other than our own. You can discover more frequently challenged books on Fable’s social justice genre page.Still looking for more to read? Fable has plenty of free books in every genre!The Fable app is built for social reading, with tools for sharing highlights, comments, insights, links, pictures, and videos as you set measurable reading goals. We also make it easy to launch your free book club. With our platform, you can host every aspect of an online discussion at a single destination to reach readers and build safe online communities regardless of location or time zone.
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You can also discover your new favorite book by exploring thousands of book lists on Fable, decoding your personal taste with our guided recommendations. It’s easy to make your own list as well!

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