Hello everyone! I hope you’re having a wonderful time welcoming in Fall if you live in the northern hemisphere, and I hope you’re not melting if you’re down in the southern parts of the world with me! Today we’re going to look at something different to the usual: things I’ve learnt blogging.
Ah, the spooky month. All done now! And we look towards the festive season of Christmas. I’m so excited. But before I get too excited, I suppose I should take a lot back at how October went!
I have decided to combine the last two months in one book haul – not because I forgot but because September was rather a poor effort for book hauling. So instead of boring us all with a paltry 3-book haul, I’ve lumped September in with my much healthier book hoarding habits from October. Continue reading
It’s not Autumn where I am, no. I live in Australia and we’re dusting off the chocolate wrappers from our brief dalliance (mostly with the sweets) from Halloween down here, and decking the halls with festive kangaroos and shrimps on barbie: Christmas is coming. So naturally, I’m going to talk about Autumn and the books one should read within it, even though it’s highly irrelevant.