Welcome to My Fall Fantasy Kick-Off!

Welcome to a new week and welcome to FALL! Well, I know fall officially started last month, but I don’t feel fall until October. I grew up in New York where summer lasted through all of September and you don’t really feel fall until mid-October. Because of that, I feel like the only time I deem worthy to be fall is mid-October. And here we are!

This year, I don’t get to experience all the magic of fall. Living in LA means sacrificing those beautiful changing seasons, but that’s okay. The weather drops enough to warrant sweaters and I’m hoping that winter will be more like fall and I don’t mind an entire winter of fall.

Of course I’m drinking my pumpkin spice, making apple everything, and reading what I love to read during the fall; FANTASY.

For me, fantasy reads and fall weather go hand-in-hand. I think it has a lot to do with those late nights waiting to see the new Harry Potter movie or Lord of the Rings. Somehow, my brain has mapped fall with fantasy and I’m so excited about it.

I’ve collected a pretty good number of fantasy reads that I’ve been dying to read for a few years now. I think this will be the perfect season to finally catch up and maybe level up my fantasy reading. I’ll share my list in a couple of days.

What are you excited about reading this fall?

4 thoughts on “Welcome to My Fall Fantasy Kick-Off!

  1. I also like to read fantasy in autumn. By the time winter comes around, it’s all about gritty crime thrillers to balance out the cheeriness of Christmas. But autumn demands wonder and whimsy. 🙂

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  2. I was thinking about thriller/mystery/terror. But there’s this big BUT in my life, and i think all brazilian’s lives: the President Election of Brazil. We have a fascist against a man from the PT (Partido dos Trabalhadores). It makes really hard to focus on something else, so I have no idea of what might happen. Apart from that, there’s university. I’ve got to make a… I can’t remember the wird.. a whatchacallit. And put something it in ordem in the datas. I’m gonna have to time to think. eint it cover

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  3. I grew up in Toronto (and still live there) so I’m used to fall officially starting in October too. We are usually blessed with the most wonderful Indian summers that typically last right through the month of September. Our weather in October hasn’t been too bad yet either – lots of rain, but the temperature hasn’t been too cold. Hope you’re doing well! Can’t wait to hear about your fantasy-reading updates.

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