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.
I’m a little late jumping onto this wagon seeing as we’re exactly four days away from it being winter. BUT IT’S FINE. I feel that I should comment on my feelings about Autumn and so here they are: I quite like Autumn. I mostly just like it because there are crunchy leaves of the floor on which I can stomp to make a satisfying crinkle noise because I am clearly 5 years old and not 20 (because it’s my birthday today!!). Continue reading
You’re probably wondering what exactly happened with my title, well this week’s thing is about Spring but of course it’s Autumn for me! So I’m mashing the two together and we’re going to see what happens. Exploring My Bookshelves is a weekly meme co-hosted by Shannon @ For The Love of Words and Victoria @ Addlepates and Book Nerds. Each week we’re given a new theme and we get to talk about one book that relates to it.
HELLO. I’m back with another TTT because they’re so much fun! Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted over @ The Broke and the Bookish and each week there’s a different theme that we get to make a list about featuring ten related books. It’s so much fun and the topics are always great! It’s also a fabulous way to learn more about people’s reading adventures and I recommend heading over to the official page to do some exploring through the link up.