Anyway! Honestly, I'd probably transfer the rest onto this list but that feels like cheating sooo instead I'm going to throw in some new stuff as well.
The Dead Travel Fast by Deanna Raybourn - on my list for RIP, I've been intrigued by this since I got it for Halloween Ninja Swap last year and it seems autumnal.
One Summer: America 1927 by Bill Bryson - Nonfiction November will be coming up and I feel it's unacceptable to have two Bryson titles I haven't read on my shelves so I'm going to be reading this. Also I got it for Ninja Swap so it has a cool American cover with a cut out. I love U.S paperbacks - something about the paper or the binding or something. Anway, they're great!
Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham - I got this a few months back with some Waterstone's vouchers I had and I'm intrigued. Half the people I know who've read it loved it, the other half hated it. We'll see which camp I fall into!
The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon - It has a gorgeous orange cover (autumn colours) and I've had it on my shelf for such a long time! Plus it's a book about books, which I always find comforting in autumn.
Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick - We've had this since we saw Hugo when the film first came out and I still haven't read it. Rhys has and loves it and was making legitimate 'I need this book I want this book I must have this book now' faces at Selznick's new book, The Marvels in Waterstone's the other day, so obviously I've done my work well with him! I loved The Invention of Hugo Cabret and autumn feels like the right time to immerse myself in Selznick's beautiful artwork and unique storytelling style.