Halloween/Fall Roundup

I love fall and Halloween, and over the years I’ve written a number of posts centered around those topics that I REALLY love. So instead of writing a subpar or regurgitated  version of them, I thought I would put together a roundup post including all of the links!
harry potter brilliant

Fortnight of Fright 2014: all about the cult classic favorite Hocus Pocus

Fortnight of Fright 2015: my October “Must List”

Fortnight of Fright 2016: Halloween movies on my must list + my October TBR

Fortnight of Fright 2017: Caramel Apple Cider Cookies recipe

And for the grand finale, I have what might be one of my favorite posts ever:
Top Ten Tuesday: Books/Movies To Read Or Watch To Get In The Halloween Spirit.
parks and rec halloween
I paired books and movies together for plot reasons or thematic reasons and I’m really pleased with how it turned out all these years later- I still think it’s a great list! (Side note: I still regret not replying to the comments and I’m going to blame being a baby blogger at the time, but I might go back and respond anyway. So if you get a comment that is 3 years late, that’s why!).

To keep with the Halloween spirit, here are a few books and movies/shows I’m hoping to get to this month that weren’t included in my previous post:
halloween tbr
halloween movies

Which post did you enjoy the best? Do you have favorite Halloween movies or fall books? Let me know!

8 thoughts on “Halloween/Fall Roundup

  1. Lauren (@bookmarklit) says:

    This is a great idea!! I just started drafting a post for the blog about how there’s only three months left in the year (and some other seasonal things) — I should totally link with my previous fall-themed posts too.


  2. Kel says:

    The Witch of Blackbird Pond is definitely worth reading, and Twitches and Goosebumps are both entertaining in that silly, kind of ridiculous way. Perfect for Halloween! 🙂


  3. Michelle @ Pink Polka Dot Books says:

    I’m kind of interested in that Alexandra Bracken book– especially since I found out that it’s MG. I kind of love MG these days. And I’m really pumped for season 2 of Stranger Things. I love your TTT post of Halloween movies/books!! I’ve actually seen most of those movies– which is awesome because I don’t watch a ton of horror.


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