Hey everyone! I am back today with another installment with Classic Fridays. If you don’t know what Classic Fridays is, here is the page on my blog where you can get more information on it: Classic Fridays. A quick rundown of the project is that this is a weekly meme and anyone can join us in it!
This week’s topic is Fall Books!
What are some of your favorite books about fall?
Since it’s so hard to choose just on books, I’m going to give a more vague answer. Some of my favorite books about fall are about high schoolers starting a new school year and focusing on the new year, dealing with all the struggles that they encounter. There’s just something about these books that I can relate to so much and I just absolutely love that.
What’s your favorite fall drink to go with a book?
Coffee. Coffee, coffee, coffee. The one thing I love about fall time is that hot coffee actually tastes good, and there are all the seasonal flavors that make the weather just seem that much better. I love anything caramel, it’ll literally go with any fall book.
What types of books (genre-wise) do you enjoy more in the fall? (Think of it like seasonal reading) :)
I like reading less dystopian, fantasy in the fall and focus more on winter books. I really like the transitional time period between
What is one book that you seem to just have to read every year?
For some strange reason, the first Harry potter book. I think I started reading it during october of 4th grade, and it’s one of the 2 books in the harry potter series that I have actually read and I really like it. I think it’s got something to do with them starting school in the fall and how much I love Hermione.
Does the season affect the types of books that you read? Do you find yourself spending more time reading or less?
Since school starts in fall, I find myself reading less on a schedule, but just more during lunch and on the bus. I spend nearly 3 hours a day on the bus to and from school (yea, you’d think I was commuting to college or something), so I have plenty of time to read on the bus.
When do you consider it’s fall-time in the place that you live?
Ok, let’s be real, I live in Texas, and there’s literally about a week in October/November when it’s fall. Other than that, it’s either 95+ degrees or drops down to the 70s.There’s literally no in between.
What's your favorite fall-ish book cover?
This isn’t really a fall book, but the cover makes me believe that it really is. It’s The Way to Game The Walk of Shame. The sun rays on the cover reminds me of a fall morning.
How many books are in your Fall TBR right now?
I have way too many books on my TBR list right now. Many of them are for review on this blog, but there’s a couple books that I want to re-read.
Which book would you recommend to read specifically during Fall season?
I recommend people read any book with a summary that makes you want to curl up in a corner with something hot to drink and just sit there all day until you finish the book.
How many books on your shelf have the word “Fall” on the cover?
I have like 2 different kindle accounts, plus my bookshelf and the ever-rotating collection from the library, so there’s no telling how many there are. But in my permanent collection, I have 2 books with the word Fall in the title.
That’s it for the post today! Don’t forget to go and check out the posts from everyone else who posted Classic Fridays posts today! (The links are on the Classic Fridays page) :) Also if you have any suggestions for future week’s or just questions you think would be good, please email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, including your name and any information so I can be sure to credit you!
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As always, I will have more posts coming up this week so keep an eye out for that!
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Brooke's a high schooler who loves to read all sorts of books. She's happy to be able to share all the books she's reading with all of y'all.