At the beginning of October I posted my Autumn Bucket List, which I do every year. I received a comment asking me if I could ever post a recap of it, telling you if I ended up doing all those things or not. So… Here it is!
I present you my Autumn Bucket List 2019 recap!
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A few weeks ago the amazing Marie and Nyx @ Drizzle and Hurricane tagged me on the Fall Bucket List Book Tag, which may be the cutest book tag to exist. It took me a while to get to it because I needed to respect my current blog posts schedule, but I’m so glad to finally give it a go!
Without further ado, here is my take on the Fall Bucket List Book Tag.
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Halloween isn’t a big thing in France. It was a bit celebrated when I was a child because for years I dressed up with my sister and went trick or treating in our street. But times passed and now almost no one opens the door to children anymore, which is super sad. There aren’t tons of Halloween parties thrown either, whether it comes from friends or from pubs. Over the years I then learned how to celebrate by myself, as I always adored Halloween.
Without further ado, I give you my guide to throw yourself your own Halloween reading party!
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The other someone on Instagram asked me if I could talk more about tv shows and movies on my blog, and they couldn’t have asked me it at a better time as I was already writing this blog post!
You may have understood by now, but I love Autumn. I never know if it’s my favourite season because I love Winter as well (can both be my favourite seasons?) but I wait all year for its return. Obviously during Autumn I tend to read tons of cosy and spooky books, but I also have certain tv shows I love to watch.
Without further ado, here are five tv shows to binge watch this Fall!
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Here we go back with my seasonal recommendations! During summer I wrote three recommendations posts, one with contemporary books, another one with fantasy novels and a last one with classics. I decided to go with moods for Autumn as we all have a different one at this time of the year: those who want to get cosy, those who want to get spooked and those who want to study all day every day.
Without further ado, here are three books to read this Autumn if you are in a cosy mood!
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As a white straight (though on the ace spectrum) cisgender woman, I always felt represented in literature. Growing up on the Internet I soon understood that it wasn’t the case for many, many people. Ever since I started my own book blog and bookstagram I’ve been trying to present tons of diverse books so people can see themselves in it. I also try to let those people speak for themselves, as I did two years ago with a blog post in which readers part of the LGBTQIA+ community recommended some books. (I wouldn’t want to make it all about me and to erase anyone, I only want to promote others voices as I can.)
Today I decided to highlight five diverse books which I believe are perfect reads for this Autumn, all with aesthetics!
(All pictures come from Pinterest.)
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October is my far my favourite month of the year. It may be because I was born in October (it’s Libra season!), but I always loved the ambiance of it. Halloween is my everything and I live for those cold and rainy mornings, the dead leaves on the ground, the sweaters you can wear and so on. Obviously I had to make myself a special TBR for the month, alongside some books I want/need to buy. (Those aren’t all the books I want to read this month, just some which are extra spooky!)
So here are some books on my spooky TBR for the month of October!
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