With cooler temps, leaves, and spiced rum heating on the stove, here is what we will be reading:
- The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. This book oozes atmosphere (and everyone wears scarves all the time).
- Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Creepy, cold, wet, definitely perfect for fall.
- The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab. Atmospheric moors again!
- The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield. Set on stormy moors, and mysterious.I sense a pattern developing.
- Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater. It is all about dropping temperatures.
- Anything from the Harry Potter series- if you know us, you're not surprised. As Crazy Camper put it, the Gryffindor Common room during the winter months is the place to be, the ultimate in cozy.
- Strange Angels by Lili St. Crow, for ass-kicking in knee-deep snow. Since we all went to college in a region plagued by lake-affect snows in October and November, props to Dru for not giving up and crawling under her comforter to die/ hide till spring, whatever comes first.
- The Twilight series, 'cause you can read all three (CC is "ignoring the 4th, I just can't accept it") on a rainy cold day, and it sets the mood for Forks (and some serious eye rolling as well).
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Addendum: A transcript of CC and GS's morning gchat. (as sisters, they do this every morning) CC is a poet and she didn't know it. YAY FALL!
CC: cloudy leaves