Yesterday had pumpkin 🎃 spiced hot chocolate which suited the autumnal weather; I posted picture and review on Instragram Wonderwall360 yesterday.
Saw this tag on
In turn she found it on The Quirky Book Nerd’s blo
The tag gave me chance to think about autumn and October reading plans (see below)
On the subject of Autumn 🍂 see also post Sunday 6th, 20th October and 27th for six for Sunday.
What is your favourite thing about 🍂 ?
November for my birthday 🎂 and fireworks 🎆
What book reminds you of your school days?
When I was at school I read a lot of Enid Blyons including Mallory towers although I was not at boarding school. Memoirs of childhood bookworm reminded me of reading Enid Blyton as a child.
6 for Sunday: Memoirs of a Bookworm: Books I read at school
What cover reminds you of Autumn 🍂 ?
Penguin 🐧 books with orange trim, for example To the Lighthouse
What is your favourite horror or Halloween story?
Do Rizzoli and Isles by Tess Gerritson books count? They can get a bit grisley? Or there was one by her read in one sitting which was all about grace robbers.
What is your favourite horror or Halloween film?
Woman in black seen and enjoyed at cinema and theatre and enjoyed both. Enjoyed reading the book after the performances, much less.
What fall book release are you looking forward to?
Nothing I have seen, but would like Sweet Sorrow by David Nicholson that has only recently been released; maybe for my birthday?
What autumn movie releases are you anticipating?
I don’t want this year to go too fast but, I’m already looking forward to next Oct when Everybody’s talking about Jamie. Recently I went along when they were filming the final scenes and needed extras for the background. So I want to see if I make final cut.
What are the three books you plan to read this Autumn 🍂
Saturday October 12th is apparently national library day, so I hope 🤞 to visit my local library.
In terms of reading:
For Victober may have another look at Dracula 🧛♂️
Also for Victober ordered the follow up books to Little women by Louise May Alcot, the first is Good wives.
Think for Halloween 🎃 month Dead 💀 Souls by Ian Rankin is an appropriate title.
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