We have reached the end of summer and tumbled head first into fall. Cool, crisp mornings, leaves crunching underfoot, and the promise of Halloween just around the corner. As a child I was really never that into fall. It signified the start of a new school year and all of the homework that came with it. As an adult, fall is my jam. I get to turn off the air conditioner, open the windows, and save on the electric bill? Don’t mind if I do! Before I tumble headlong into a ramble about Jack Skellington I’ll cut myself off. So, here for your perusal, is my September Wrap Up! Continue reading
Hello and welcome to this week’s Top Ten Tuesday! Outside the leaves are starting to change from green to lovely shades of red and yellow. I feel like my last pool day of the year is in the near future and that is always a let down but in it’s place you get crisp autumn breezes, warm sweaters, and watching the dog frolic in the leaves. I love fall. It seems the ladies at The Broke and the Bookish love it too as today’s theme is Books on our fall TBR. Let’s get to it, then! Continue reading
As I sat here this chilly Saturday, sipping my pumpkin spice flavored coffee, I spotted this tag over at Bionic Book Worm (who created it) and at Thrice Read. Sure, I wasn’t tagged, but when does that ever stop me? There is a cool breeze blowing in my open windows and fuzzy socks on my feet. It may not actually be fall but it sure feels like it here. That makes it a perfect day to tackle The Fall Book Tag!
Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody – I loved this book. It has a spooky magic circus theme which felt really different from most of the books that I read.
Golden Son by Pierce Brown – To say my jaw hit the floor at the end of this one would be an understatement. Holy moly! It has been one of my favorite reads of 2017.
A Gathering of Shadows (Shades of Magic #2) by V.E. Schwab – Prince Rhy and Alucard. Do I really need to say anything more than that? Warm fuzzies all over the place for those two.
A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire #4) by George R.R. Martin – How about a cover with read, orange, AND yellow? Huh? Pretty good, right? Those colors just shout fall leaves.
The Song Rising by Samantha Shannon – So much happens to our characters in this book. They are constantly getting in some kind of trouble and trying to conquer the bad guys. Can’t wait to see what kind of mayhem Paige gets into in the next book.
Iron Gold (Iron Gold #1) by Pierce Brown – I absolutely cannot wait to read more of the world Brown created in his Red Rising series. The details, the character development, everything was just amazing.
I tag anyone who wants to do this tag! It was pretty fun and I enjoyed hunting down the right books for each answer. If you do it, put your link in the comments. I would love to see your answers!
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