Hello everybody! Today, I’m going to be doing the Autumn tag, which was created by Jenn. I wasn’t tagged, but I love autumn and the questions so decided to do it anyway. Onto the post!
1. Hot Chocolate – what is your comfort book?
The Geek Girl series, always!
2. Pumpkin Carving – what is your favourite creative outlet?
I think blogging by default? I don’t really do many creative hobbies, at least not that I can think of.
3. Falling Leaves – changes that appear bad but you secretly love?
I don’t really do well with change, generally speaking! One that’s very personal to me is the change I’ve had this year to using a walking stick due to my worsening balance- I have been trying to put this off for years and I really didn’t want to start using one, but now I love my sticks and they definitely make walking slightly less of a Herculean task than it was before.
4. Pumpkin Spiced Latte – something you love that others tend to judge
This doesn’t apply to all people of course, but I feel like a lot of people judge those who read MG books and it really winds me up.
5. Bonfire Night – what makes you explode with joy?
Dogs, books, a really good film or a series that I’m loving watching, a cosy blanket when I’m cold and music. A top 5 because I’m indecisive!
6. Fright Night – favourite scary book or film
I don’t read or watch a lot of horror at all, but I read Close Your Pretty Eyes because I love Sally Nicholls and it was fab. Highly recommend.
7. Halloween candy – favourite thing to eat
My post from Tuesday will provide lots of answers to this, but if you want a generic one it’s proabbly chocolate.
8. Scarves – your autumn ‘must have’ accessory
My reading (and TV watching, and sitting writing blog posts, and just sitting doing nothing) is often carried out whilst under a blanket in autumn, so I think that counts? If this means for clothes, I wear cardigans more in autumn.
9. Fire – a book or film that burns your soul
God, this is hard. I’m going to take this as meaning something that is so entirely my taste it could have been written for me, and my answer for that would be the Murder Most Unladylike books. They are just PERFECT for my taste.
10. Toffee apples – a book or film that seems one thing but really has a different inside
I thought Our Life in a Day was going to be an entirely different to what it actually is (I expected romcom with a twist, and got quite a serious contemporary that explores male mental health)
What are your favourite things about Autumn? Do you have any thoughts on the things I’ve mentioned? I’d love to hear in the comments!