Sunday, October 6, 2013

Autumn Tag

I was tagged by Lisa from Lit and Life for some musings on the new season...Autumn!

Fall is my absolute favorite time of the year! Halloween, fall leaves, pumpkin everything, mulled ciders and wines, a hint of coolness, Thanksgiving...roaring fires...and Christmas and wintertime festivities. I love it!

What is your favorite thing about autumn?

The colors, cooler weather, the holidays, and snuggling up with loved ones for the long winter ahead.

What book reminds you of school?

Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell. I read that huge thing twice in 8th and 9th grade.

What is one of your favorite autumn-related book covers?

Zen Ghosts by Jon J. Muth. It's also my favorite kid's Halloween/autumn-related book!

What is your favorite horror or Halloween story?

My favorites are Dracula by Bram Stoker and as a kid I loved all of those scary short stories. I think I bought all of them as a kid. There was just something about those short stories that weren't super scary but could be.

What are some of your favorite horror films?

Night of the Living Dead, Watcher in the Woods, What Lies Beneath, Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil, Zombieland, Carnival of Souls...just a few ;)

What is a book release you're looking forward to this autumn?

Not any one book, but I am looking forward to Night Film by Marisha Pressl, which is on hold at the library!

What is a film release you're looking forward to this autumn?

Catching Fire!

What are 3 books you want to read this autumn?

World War Z, The Psychopath Test, Night Film

Consider yourself tagged! Link back if you are so inclined ;)

4 comments:

  1. Fall is my favorite too :) I love the crisp air and the warm colors of the leaves, the snuggling :) I am so looking forward to Cathing Fire. I didn't read the series but I loved HG the movie.

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    1. You should read them, Stacy! They are a lot better than the movies but I still love the movie too :)

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  2. Thanks for playing along! Dang girl, you really do watch the scary movies. My daughter loves them, too, but I never did get the attraction. Guess I find enough scary stuff in real life!

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    1. Scary movies are my adrenaline rush! They're safer ;)

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