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Are You Ready For Sweater Weather? The Autumn Tag

I saw this tag on a GREAT read but it was created by Jenniely

Autumn used to be my favorite time of the year till I moved into a place that is always freaking hot. Now it's winter but when I lived in a normal place it was autumn. Now, let's just get into this, shall we?

1) Hot Chocolate – what is your comfort book?
I have two. Obsidian by Jennifer L Armentrout and A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas. I have reread these books so many times that I've lost track. They are my go-to books. I love them so much. 

2) Pumpkin Carving – what is your favorite creative outlet?
Writing. I love how it makes me feel. I love creating the characters. But I think I'm going to give up on writing stories because it's getting me nowhere and while I love it so freaking much. I feel like I'm wasting my time because I'm not good enough for it. I should spend that time with my daughter and stop being so selfish for something that just won't work.

3) Falling Leaves – changes that appear bad but you secretly love?
This is one that I have no idea how to answer... most book changes going on right now I don't like. Which is why I've quit reading so much YA. So yeah... I've got nothing. 
I do love when the weather changes from summer but that doesn't appear bad to me. 
4) Pumpkin Spiced Latte – something you love that others tend to judge
"Problematic" books. I tend to love them even though others judge that harshly. Hey, we like what we like. Don't ever be scared to read what you like!
5) Bonfire Night – what makes you explode with joy?
All kinds of things! Reading a good book, listening to music. Snuggling up in my recliner with a cup of hot chocolate. Reading by the fireplace. My daughter having a good day. Getting a chapter written. A comment on my blog or story on Wattpad. Simple little things like that just make me so freaking happy.

6) Fright Night – favorite scary book or film
Book - The Amityville Horror, Carrie, & Diary of a Haunting
Film - The Conjuring Universe
Video Game - Any Resident Evil game
TV Show - The Haunting of Hill House
7) Halloween candy – favorite thing to eat
I've been getting ready to go on the Keto diet so I've been cutting out sugar and things like that to prepare myself and hopefully not get the Keto flu!
Candy Corn is always a good choice though! Or pumpkin bread!

8) Scarves – your autumn ‘must have’ accessory
I can't pick just one. Now, in my perfect world I would say a flannel shirt with cute boots, burnt orange eye shadow and some wine colored lipstick. But out where I live now, it's still pretty hot, so no flannel or boots. But the makeup still works!

I also would say that a Halloween(y) to go mug for hot chocolate when the weather is kind of cold is also something I love to take along with me. This question makes me miss home so much more... moving on!
9) Fire – a book or film that burns your soul
Book - A Court of Mist and Fury

Movie - Ever After

These are both my tip top favorites and they are the best!
10) Toffee apples – a book or film that seems one thing but really has a different inside
Film - Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon

Book - I hate to end this way on one of these things but I can't answer this without getting lots of hate.

I hope you all enjoyed this tag! I loved the pictures and it made me so happy to see something that reminds me of fall. 

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