Saturday, September 30, 2017

Sunday Post #214


The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer

The week started out HOT and then about midweek the temp plunged 20 degrees. Welcome to fall! The leaves are really starting to turn now and I'm loving the idea of cider and doughnuts (as in, I haven't had either of those yet), and bonfires, the smell of smoke in the air- the whole fall thing. Pumpkins are turning up and there's a tinge of melancholy in the air as we enter a new season. Or, you know, if you're in the southern hemisphere, just ignore all that. :) 

I am looking forward to all the October activities in the blogosphere. I remember a few years ago there were a ton of readathons and other things- seems like those have lessened. Do you have a favorite October event? I am happy to report that Frightfall seems to still be around- and this year it's all month long. That's right, all of October. Details here. I think I may be jumping in. 

I reviewed The Breakdown this past week (good stuff) and this week will be The Pack. I read The Shark Club (loved) and There's Someone Inside Your House. On the Run brought the current plot to a head this week, and the new installment will be up on Monday. We've been gate- hopping a bit and I think it's time to head home and see what's what.   

The Breakdown

Song of the week 



PULP COVER OF THE WEEK: 

Murder on the Orient.Express by Agatha Christie - another classic mystery that will keep you guessing.

NEW ARRIVAL/ UPCOMING REVIEWS:
Wild Bird  
BOOKISH LINKS

Okay some of you know I LOVED the first Murderbot book by Martha Wells. I see now on GR that books two and three- BOTH coming next year- have covers. 

Artificial Condition (The Murderbot Diaries, #2)Rogue Protocol (The Murderbot Diaries, #3)

Ruins 2

This one put me in mind of an ancient lost city somewhere in a steaming jungle. And it made a good writing prompt. 

By day the hum of insects and the chattering of monkeys were ever- present, although if one were quiet she might hear the sound of dislodged pebbles, or see a shadow darting through the ruins, almost as if she were being followed. At night however the city truly came alive, with strange lights in the high towers, and the occasional sound of chanting punctuated by blood- curdling shrieks.



Secret Pass- Eagle Nest


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  1. It got cooler here too but is getting warmer again by the end of the week. I just want fall to stay around. Can't wait to hear your thoughts on the Shark Club. Have a great week!

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    1. The Shark Club was good! And it's been like 70's max, and cooler at night- I love it!

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  2. It is freezing over here this week and by the end of the weekend we are to get the rain and wind from those hurricanes that hit the Caribbean and US recently. We won't get it that bad but I'm a bit nervous as I hate high winds.

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    1. Is it? Yikes, hope the winds aren't too bad for ya.

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  3. 20???? We're still hot - of course it's FL so it will be months before we even start moderately cooling down but it still seems early for 20 lol

    I'm looking forward to the next Murderbot books.

    For What It's Worth

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    1. Yeah I imagine it's always warm down there, except for the occasional freezes and stuff. We'll be jealous in January!

      I am so looking forward to the Murderbots as well!

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  4. I am so looking forward to your review of There's Someone Inside Your House! Can't wait to hear what you thought of it :)

    Love those images you've shared - especially the last one. Great inspiration for my writing, lol ;) Thanks!

    Hope the first week of October is a good one for you :)

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    1. I should have a review up fairly soon? I can say it's a solid three star so far- not awesome, but not terrible. I'm still reading it...

      Glad you liked the images, I find there's nothing better as inpiration than a good SF/ fantasy image!

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  5. Maybe I should try Riverdale, a friend sent a message and was all omg so good

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    1. Well it's not the best thing since sliced bread, but it is good. I mean I like the new, darker take you know?

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  6. I have been eyeing the Stephanie Perkins book, There's Someone in you house. That sounds perfect for Halloween. I am anxious to hear what you think. I might have to buy that one!

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    1. I thought so too. I'm reading it now. :)

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  7. The weather doesn't feel like autumn at all over here, I keep leaving my house with such a big coat and then have to carry it around all day as its super hot afterwards! I'm so excited about Riverdale returning, I'm going to have to stay away from social media, as Netflix UK will be showing it a day later! One thing I do love about the autumn is that so many of my shows return! I hope you have a great week Greg!

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    1. That's another great thing about autumn. :) And I hate days like that ha ha when it starts out cool, then you have to lug a jacket around! I'm looking forward to Riverdale too, and the fact that it's only 2 weeks away kinda surprised me!

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  8. The weather was the same here. The high was 50° today after 90° on Tuesday! It is strange, in spring 50° feels like shorts weather, but today I was freezing and wrapped up in a blanket all day. Ha ha.

    Thanks for the Solace video. I am going to listen to the whole thing later. I love the last image of the city. I love big cities. That vintage Murder on the Orient Express cover is really nice!

    And I promise to get caught up on all of the On the Run installments this weekend. I wanted to wait until I had a good block of time to sit down and and really enjoy them. :)

    Have a wonderful week. Cider and donuts sound great!

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    1. Ooh 50's- I LOVE those temps. And yes- I agree. After winter I'm like 50's, get the shorts out, but this time of year it's like get the jeans and sweaters out lol.

      Glad you liked the video! I did too. There is so much good instrumental/ ambient type stuff out there. And I am a sucker for a cyberpunk/ neon drenched cityscape...

      Thanks for reading the On the Runs, and sharing your thoughts. I love to see what people think, good or bad.

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  9. I love october as well :D
    Funny enough our August was so cold, we had weather that was like 40 and everything started turning. September got hot, like 90s.... We had 91 Degrees two days ago and it plunged down to 50 the next day, like gee thanks for the warning.
    Now it's cold, I don't mind it. But I have a cold, so that sucks.
    It's the time of year to pull out those thrillers, so that's exciting :D
    Glad you liked The Break Down, I'll see if I can get it on the list

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    1. October is the best month. :)

      Our summer was pretty mild too, I think most of our 90's came in Sept! And I know right? Hate it when the temp drops THAT much.

      Hope you feel better!

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  10. Last week when I commented on your Sunday Post I had been swimming because it was 90. Now I am toying with turning on the heat because it's 44. Madness, I say. I feel like if people stopped associating pumpkins with impending snow, I'd like them a lot more. Just saying. Also my favorite October event is obviously the one I created and am hosting. Also just saying ;)

    Ohhh the On the Run crew is going HOME!? That is exciting because who even knows where home IS? (Well, I guess you do haha.) I am almost afraid to ask how There's Someone Inside Your House went because, well, I've not heard great things. So sad. I'm glad that The Shark Club was good though! Because yes, I did add it to my TBR based solely on the cover, so yay for it not being in vain.

    Exciting about more Murderbot! I have the first one on my wishlist, because the price will be lowered. I know it will. Love the new covers! The mining colony picture is what the Gagarin flashbacks better look like. Because that is now canon in my head. Love the ruins picture, too! I can definitely see that as a writing prompt, who wouldn't want to write that world! I could live without the giant bird hahah. The cyber punk one, as usual, reminds me of the first timeline's 2077 haha. The girl on Planet X is just so... calm haha. I do adore her hair though!

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    1. I remember that, and the idea of swimming made me a little jealous ha ha! It cooled off here too, so I get it. And I am looking forward to your posts and all the others, it should be a fabulous October.

      On The Run is going home! Actually they won't arrive until the next one, Monday's post is wrapping up events where they are, but it's setting the stage for who knows what?? The Shark Club was great, it might not be for everyone but it's one of those books I LOVED. There's Someone is just okay so far.

      I am so glad she's doing more Murderbot! The first one was a scream. And yes that is Gagarin! Must be. It just looks so, sci- techy? Is that even a word? Clearly no.

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  11. I loved The Breakdown.

    Your mention of cider and donuts made me hungry, all of a sudden.

    I enjoy bobbing apples, which was something we used to do at Halloween parties, but it could be a fall thing, right?

    Great images...and I especially like that Cyberpunk madness.

    Thanks for sharing...and for visiting my blog.

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    1. The Breakdown was fun! I want another book like it now lol. And cider and doughnuts are the best this time of year.

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  12. Oh my goodness, I'm going to have to catch up with Martha Wells' first Murderbot book quick! More coming out in that series is great news. I also love the artwork you've chosen this week, especially the mermaids because it's a little different, and the Fallen Dragon painting gave me chills!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. I liked the mermaid too, it was different. Quite the tails! And the Murderbot books are novellas, which I like- even though I want more story, they're compact and quick (well at least the first one was) and I just really like the world she presented.

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  13. It's spring here so the weather is changing as much as the host of the MTV movie awards changes their outfits. Love the Agatha Christie cover, and the artwork. Have a great week. :)

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    1. Ha ha! I love that old time Christie cover too, now I have to find more.

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  14. Mmmm I like cider but have not had it for a long time. And the last bonfire I went to was... ummm... maybe like 2007??? Lol. When I was younger, every year my parents and I would go to Iowa for a month or two where my dad's side of the family lives, and there was always a bonfire right near one of my uncle's houses, and I loved going to that. I don't participate in blogger events really though, I'm an isolated blogger lol, so I don't have a fave one of those.

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    1. Oh! But I did run into a tree once at the bonfire. It was very small and branchy and so I didn't even see it as I was running toward the bonfire, it just blended with the flames in the distance lol.

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    2. Ran into a tree? Now that's a good story! I had a friend who ran his car into a tree at a bonfire once, but we won't go there... I love the smell of a bonfire though. Or burning leaves. And cider- sign me up!

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  15. Enjoy your books and have a wonderful week. Yay, thanks for sharing the videos and the pictures. I love them. :)

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  16. I can't believe it's already October!! I can't wait to read up on some scary reads!

    Here’s my Sunday Post!

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog and join in this week’s Book Photo Sundays!

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    1. October is a great month for it :)

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  17. Yeah, I remember a lot of readathons indeed. And the fact that I just joined blogging last year in October :) can't wait to grab some Halloween reads too!

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    1. I thought you'd been blogging longer than that!

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  18. lways some wonderful illustrations! I had a quite week, no books for me

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    1. Thanks! I need a no books week too so I can catch up lol.

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  19. The temps here have dropped dramatically as well. I'm loving the fall vibe, we're finally getting. I love fall all the color and smells. I'm hoping to get up to the Cider Mill soon, for well cider and apple cider donuts so good, and they're only open for like 2 months sept and oct. Anyway thanks for the art always wonderful. Have a great week!

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    1. Mmm cider. Totally agree. And the fall vibe is awesome- the changing leaves, cooler air, all of it.

      You have a great week too!

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  20. I'm so happy it's October! October - December are my favourite months of the year. Have a good week!

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    1. I love October. And yeah this whole time of year really- with Thanksgiving and Christmas coming.

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  21. It was so glorious when the fall weather reared its head. I think I almost did a little jig. The Shark Club is one I want to read for sure. I keep seeing good things, and I am developing a strong case of FOMO. Can't wait until Oct 11th! Eager to see what we are in store for this season on Riverdale.

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    1. A totally agree! And I think The Shark Club was quite good!!

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  22. The temperatures dropped here too and will drop a bit more this coming week. Those Murderbot Diaries books look really interesting!

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    1. Murderbot was such a nice surprise.

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  23. I do love fall, though ours seems to be more about falling rain vs. leaves changing colour! I really enjoyed The Breakdown too. last year I took part in Frightfall but I haven't this year. I have too many books to read to add anymore to the pile!

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    1. I think I'm going to do Frightfall, although I better get on the program as it's starting today! Yikes...

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  24. I'm very excited that the weather is cooling down. I had donuts yesterday, but I'll be honest - I eat donuts pretty much every Saturday... :)

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    1. Ha ha that sounds like a good Saturday to me. We were getting those Krispy Kreme chocolate glazed for a while and oh my gosh I could eat those all day. But cider mill donuts are the bomb too.

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  25. I've not read anything by Martha Wells yet. I really should fix that.

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    1. I've read a few of her books but the Murderbot Diaries was amazing.

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  26. I'll definitely be looking forward to your review of There's Someone Inside Your House. I've read a lot of mixed reviews for it, but still really want to read it.

    I know what you mean about there seeming to be less readathons and challenges. I'm still hoping to find one for October but so far no luck.

    Can't wait to read the next installment of On the Run.

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    1. I just finished it and wrote my review. Short version- 3 stars, solid but nothing mind blowing. And thank you, I'm glad you're reading On The Run!!

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  27. I JUST saw Murderbot #2 on Edelweiss; it went up this week :) I'm not sure about NetGalley, though. I noticed it b/c of the awesome cover and the author. I might have to find time for book one!!!!

    Oh, and last week my son and I were in St. John's at Uncle John's Cider Mill - still far from you? We had the cider but I wasn't impressed with the donuts. I like when they put cinnamon on the donuts and ours were plain, maybe for the masses of the field trip? The corn maze was FUN, though :)

    Are you going to publish ever? Just curious :)

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    1. Ooh it's on EW? Dang it I need to get on that. Yeah read book one- it's a novella so it's short!!

      St. John's is... about an hour and a half, maybe not quite that long. We're farther west closer to the lakeshore. Been there though. :) Not the cider mill but the town. I love a good cider mill though...

      You know I'd like to, at some point, even if I just were to self- publish. and I've thought about putting on Wattpad. I should do something.

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  28. It cooled down to the 70's but then this week it's going back into the 80's which is kind of not normal for Sept. here in Mo. I will take it though as I am not in a hurry to rush winter. :) You kind of make me want to experience Fall up your way, here we don't have much in color cause our trees just turn brown...lol.

    I can't wait for Riverdale 2nd season!!

    Have a great weekend and happy reading!
    Stormi
    Week in Review

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    1. Yeah no fan of winter either- love fall, but now what comes after. Fall is nice up here for the colors, but then it gets cold. :)

      Riverdale!!!

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  29. It was so HOT this week and the end of the week was perfect. This week is going to be so Ocotberish except Thursday which is like 86. I plan to that the AC out of the windows because I want that crispy air in the house.

    I found the best coffee at Target, Cinnamon Sugar Cookie. I haven't had a lot of pumpkin (I did make pumpkin bread last night) but I am all about cinnamon.

    I hope you have an amazing week, Greg! Happy Reading!
    PS you also got my head thinking about october posts/readathons. I might have some ideas! ;)

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    1. We started out WAY hot. Like 90's. Then it went down to 70's- ah much nicer. And I hear you- crisp air is the best.

      Mmm coffee w/ spice or cinnamon.

      You too, got some October plans ???

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  30. It cooled 20 degrees here too...but now we are creeping back up and it will be in the mid 80's this week. I just want colder weather!!!
    Good luck finding some October posts! I haven't seen many mentioned this year either.
    Have a great week!

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    1. I like it too when it cools off. And yeah it does seem like there are fewer Oct. events!

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  31. Can't wait for Riverdale to be back on! We are finally having some fall temperatures here, it is only in the upper 60's today. Enjoy the new book and your week ahead as well.

    Jenea's Book Obsession's Sunday Post

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  32. It's still ridiculously hot here, and the humidity is hanging around, too. It's so weird to see Halloween and fall stuff everywhere while having to crank the AC, LOL.

    The Watchers on the Wall artwork is amazing! It really captures the details of the Wall itself, and I think I spot a couple of giants in there. :D

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    1. Yeah that would be weird, I guess I'm so used to midwestern weather that I forget some people still have the hot temps!

      Isn't that an awesome pic? I loved the northern lights, and the mammoths...

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  33. Yay for October!! My favorite month of the year. It's still a little hot here but better than it was. :)

    I didn't know Riverdale was coming so soon. Awesome! And I have Murder on the Orient Express on my to-read list, soon. I can't wait to see the movie.

    Have a great week!

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    1. I love October.

      Riverdale kinda snuck up, I didn't realize it was coming either! Yay. And I need to read Murder on the Orient Express, since I want to see the movie too.

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  34. Phew! We had quite the temperature drop as well! Yesterday was 80 degrees, today was 50!

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    1. That's quite the change, and then of course everyone gets sick with the temp changes. I like the cooldown though...

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  35. It's still warm out here, but I do feel the bite of fall in the air. Love that Murder on the Orient Express cover. The story was good, too. I'm a big Agatha Christie fan, but it's been years since I read any of her books. Looking forward to your thoughts on There's Someone Inside Your House. :)

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    1. Isn't that a cool cover? I love finding those old or vintage covers. I'm looking forward to reading some Christie as I've read very little *embarrassed*

      I just finished There's Someone Inside Your House and wrote my review- I thought it was a solid 3 star YA. Nothing special but had a few chills.

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  36. Same in my area. It started out in the 90s (!) early this week, but is back down to the high 60s now. I only made it about 70 pages into There's Someone this weekend, but I'm liking it ok. Curious to see where it goes...and hoping the action picks up soon. Happy reading!

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  37. It cooled off here on Friday, into the 70s (and 60s today), but it is due to warm back up into the 80s by midweek. I'm looking forward to crisp fall days in the high 50s and 60s, and fall colors, but I doubt we'll have either for a few more weeks.

    There are so many blog events and readathons in October! Last year I did the Blog Ahead Challenge and the Discovery of Witches Real Time Read-Along. This year, I think I'll skip the latter. I have a hard time dragging one book out over 5 or 6 weeks. But I am SO in need of the Blog Ahead Challenge!

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  38. Yessss, waiting for Blade Runner. Frightfall looks doable as it only requires one book. I'll have to see you liked There's Someone Inside Your House. Have a good reading week.

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  39. It was cool here today...but like you it was a significant drop from the 80's of all last week. I haven't enjoyed fall so far (I almost never do if I'm honest), my allergies have been destroying me. So I just sort of sit inside and light fall candles and pretend that this season isn't out to get me. XD As for reading challenges it does seem October is a pretty event heavy month! Dewey's 24 HR readathon is coming up, which I almost always participate in. I'll have to see if there are some shorter readathons going on. I don't do well with week/month long readathon because I just put it all off until one or two days anyway.

    I hope you have an awesome week this week!

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  40. While we are going into Spring I do love Fall too and I think the USA and Canada celebrate the season really well.

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  41. There's Someone Inside Your House sounds so scary! I hope you enjoy your books this week.

    My It's Monday! What Are You Reading? post.

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  42. I'm so excited for Riverdale to come out! Can't wait to see what happens next in the show!

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  43. Oh shoot, I forgot about THE BREAK DOWN! Love the GOT graphic. We're so behind in our viewing, I haven't gotten to Riverdale at all.

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  44. Yeah...same weather here. Our bodies are having to adjust to much cooler weather. I'm curious about Wild Bird. Enjoy your reading week.

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  45. I'm so ready for all things fall - the weather is slowly starting to cool down. I need to enjoy all the fall/Halloween things. I also need to find time for some fun Halloween reads!

    -lauren
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  46. Thus far our fall has been a continuation of summer - cool and rainy. I am starting to see some leaves changing color too. I already miss summer. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

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  47. It got really cold really quick here. It was 36° when I went to work this morning! It'll get up to about 60° but still.... mornings are mighty chilly. Tor seriously does the most amazing covers. I think I need to check out the first in that series - they sound fantastic!

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  48. It's in the high 50s today — a drop of about 30 degrees since last week. Come see what I'm reading

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  49. I am so thrilled for Autumn...we finally got some lower temps last weekend...though it is supposed to get back up to 80 by Thursday :( My sweet spot is 55-70. Perfect sweater weather.

    Hubby decided to check out Riverdale on NetFlix this weekend. Guess he read the comic as a kid, I hadn't. We watched the 1st two episodes. I like the dark feel but am just not into all the teen angst and the love Quadrangle (ughhh). I hope it gets better...

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  50. An Agatha Christie is like coming home!

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  51. I didn't realize Riverdale was coming back so soon! Really looking forward to it!

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  52. Yay October!! Leaves haven't really started changing here yet. It's still in the upper 80s and 90s where I'm at :( I can't wait to break out all my fall clothes but right now it's still shorts and flip flop weather. I can't wait to see what you thought about There's Someone Inside Your House!

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    1. I also meant to second your observation about Halloween themed group blogging events. Back when I first started blogging I felt like there were so many fun challenges and hops and whatnot during this month (and honestly just in general). Nowadays it seems like it's harder and harder to find them and all the original people were like me and quit blogging. I'll have to look into that one you linked to!

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    2. We did get some 80's (and even 90's for a couple of days) so it still kinda feels like summer? Except at night. :) And Someone Inside Your House wasn't bad- it didn't blow me away, and it's a great October read since it's a bit creepy, but it's just kinda average.

      And yes remember all those events? I remember the Something Wicked blog hop, and there were others- can't remember all the names, but it does seem like some have disappeared!

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  53. You are brave to read scary books. I freaked out when my uncle showed us Cujo back in the day. I think I can't handle horror because I was in utero when they made my mum watch The Exorcist. We're a bit cooler here in the east bay, Y'Area but it still gets to mid-70's by early afternoon.

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  54. I'm not sure I want to read There's Someone Inside Your House because I haven't heard the best of things about it. But I really loved Murder On The Orient Express and some other Agatha Christie books. That cover looks so outdated, but also super literal & accurate.
    I don't know what Frightfall is... but thanks for including it because now I can check it out. I also want to watch Riverdale, but in my country Netflix doesn't have it. I have to wait longer than US. There's something about copyrights between countries, so normal cable doesn't yet either. It's so frustrating because some shows EVERYONE is talking about are not available to me.
    Have a great day!

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      Frightfall is a readathon hosted by Season of reading, she does it every October. And Riverdale is great but I totally get it- there's some UK shows I like that don't show here for months afterward. It's so frustrating! I hope you get to see Riverdale before long.

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  55. Our weather has been doing the same and the illness coming home from school has already started. Loved the pic of the Fallen Dragon. I don't read a lot of sci fi but really like the covers of the Well's books.

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  56. Warmer weather is here for the rest of the week. It is okay with me! But do love cider and donuts! There's Someone Inside Your House is going on my TBR list. Have a great week.

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  57. oh my you made me add cider to my already too long fall bucket list that has WAAAAY too many calories! [apple pie, pumpkin pie, pumpkin lattes, pumpkin donuts, etc etc) and then I wonder in January where all the extra pounds came from LOL
    DID YOU WRITE THAT ABOUT THE CITY IN THE JUNGLE??? OMG LOVED it! when are you going to write a book? I'd totally buy it! [and I never buy books!]

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  58. It's suddenly gotten cold here and I love it but I'm also annoyed because I was unprepared and haven't gotten out my slightly cosier jumpers and coat. I am interested to see your thoughts on There's Someone Inside Your House because I have failed epically at reading any September ARCs and that was one of them. I've seen varying things on it.

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  59. It is starting to feel a bit more like fall around here. It kind of just seemed to happen. I keep thinking that I should try to jump in on some of the bookish events. I hope you have fun with it!

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  60. I want to read The Break Down. The Shark Club was a great read. Have a great week!

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  61. Wow. I love that Cyberpunk Madness art!! That's totally how I see the future. Lol. Very Blade Runner-esque. I went and picked up that first Murderbot book on your recommendation! Adding to my TBR right away.

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