With Autumn upon us and Halloween drawing near, what books remind you of fall? What ones do you enjoy reading that are about autumn?
First off, let me just say that I'm a total wuss and scare really easily, I can't watch horror films without having trouble sleeping for about a week and I own one book that is considered a horror novel; Carrie (I know, I know...) So I think that says for me that even though Halloween is creeping ever closer, and I adore Halloween, that the one type of book I'm not reading is Horror. At this time of year I tend to read quite a lot because the atmosphere is so prefect; dark and cold outside with perhaps heavy rain hammering down on the roof, Candles lit and a record playing in the background; it's just perfect to crack open a book in that place. The most autumnal novel I own is I think Wuthering Heights, not because it's set in that season, but because there's something about that kind of huge love story that's prefect for this time of year. I also love Shakespeare at this time of the year for the same reasons. This time last year I had just started the Song Of Ice And Fire series so I was really into that and I think it would be nice to start another series this winter, I'm just hopeless with series because I don't read them too often, so if any of you have any recommendations, please leave them below.