Books that Remind Me of Autumn

BOOKS THAT REMIND ME OF AUTUMN & WHY??

Hello! I thought today’s post would be about the books that remind me of Autumn, and why they do so. So without a further adieu, here are the books that remind me of Autumn!

These books have a certain colour scheme, or for some subconsious reason, the cover just strikes me as Autumn. Or I’ve read the book and in my head I now associate a certain book with the Autumn months. Are there any books that remind you of Autumn/Fall? Let me know!


  • In a Handful of Dust (Not a Drop to Drink, #2) by Mindy McGinnis

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Books You Wish Had Sequels | Top 5 Wednesday #22

Hello, all! Today’s top 5 wednesday post is about ‘Books You Wish Had Sequels’! And I don’t really know what to write for this, because I’m usually satisfied by the endings of books… Here’s the example that the Top 5 Wednesday group gave:

“Standalones that you wish had a sequel or the last book in the series that you wished wasnt the last.” Continue reading

December Wrap Up & #ReadWomen Final Update

Hello! If you didn’t know, for the month of December there was a reading challenge over on tumblr. The sole purpose of this challenge was to only read books written by women, in support of women. I’m actually writing this as a December Wrap Up to save time and energy.

The books I read this past month have all written by women! I usually read books what are written by females anyway, but still. – These are the books that I’ve read for the Read Women challenge (all books are listed in the order that I read them): Continue reading

November 9 by Colleen Hoover | Book Review #53

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Fallon meets Ben, an aspiring novelist, the day before her scheduled cross-country move. Their untimely attraction leads them to spend Fallon’s last day in L.A. together, and her eventful life becomes the creative inspiration Ben has always sought for his novel. Over time and amidst the various relationships and tribulations of their own separate lives, they continue to meet on the same date every year. Until one day Fallon becomes unsure if Ben has been telling her the truth or fabricating a perfect reality for the sake of the ultimate plot twist.

As per usual, when I delve into a Hoover world for the first time.. I ended up reading November 9 so freaking quickly. I meant to take notes while reading this book, I swear!! I just couldn’t do it. Both Fallon and Ben had me glued to the pages. I don’t think I could have my heart broken as many times as it did while reading Ben and Fallon’s story, but my heart did break. So. Many. Freaking. Times.

When I finished this book I thought to myself that Ugly Love is still my favourite of her books that I’ve read. November 9, though is such a closer runner up to being my favourite, I CAN’T EVEN. I SWEAR! Even through all of this, I still love the book. Below has spoilers, so YOU’VE BEEN WARNED. Basically: November 9 is my problematic fave.

Hoover once again has made me have so many feels over one book. Her writing drew me in from the start, and didn’t let me go until I read the Acknowledgement’s page.

Here you can find November 9 on GoodReads.

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#ReadWomen

Hello, all! So you may have heard by now (especially if you’re in the booklr community over on tumblr) that there is a new reading challenge happening during the month of December!

The challenge is called #readwomen and how it works is that you only read books written by women for a month. I’ve seen some people extend theirs to see how long they can go without reading a book written by a male author. Which I personally enjoy seeing because I seem to have been only reading female written books for the last while now.

The whole challenge isn’t to degrade men, or tear down their work. The point of this whole challenge is to support female authors and I, for one, am all about supporting females in all aspects of life.

The books I’m going to try to read are 9 books I own, and a few library books that I’ve been meaning to read.. I need to get the library pile down!!!

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