#BookBlogtober Series: Why Autumn is the Best/Worst time for Readers

#BookBlogtober Series: Why Autumn is the Best/Worst time for Readers

Thank you again so much Entertainingly Nerdy for showing me this prompt post on Twitter, and thank you so much to the amazing Jenniely for creating this last year!

I feel like this is oddly specific, and I really don’t know how to answer this, but I’ll try!

  • The drinks to keep you warm and cozy
  • The bugs disappear to where they came from
  • Perfect weather
  • It’s a chill time, really. No rushing or anything
  • THE DRINKS
  • Cozy weather = sleepy weather
  • It’s going to be winter soon
  • You gotta go out for Halloween (maybe)
  • You can’t read and trick-or-treat at the same time
  • If you can’t handle spooky books, you can’t do spooky readathons

2 thoughts on “#BookBlogtober Series: Why Autumn is the Best/Worst time for Readers

  1. There is actually a way to trick-or-treat and read at the same time. My site is down for maintenance at the moment, but when it comes back up you can find a link there to a trick-or-treat blogathon where authors are giving away free copies of their ebooks for Halloween. It’s super cool.

    (Although you’ll still have to get your candy somewhere else. LOL).

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