blogger spotlight: fall time fun posts

Hello, and welcome to the first edition of Blogger Spotlight, a new feature here on Cotton Candy Book Witch. I came up with this feature because I wanted to give back to the community and support fellow book bloggers by highlighting the excellent content being put out.

The theme of this post is featuring blog posts themed around fall. This round up will include fall book recs, tags, and more!

Spooks and tea readathon

Lauren @ Northern Plunder announced the perfect fall-time readathon, which is a readathon dedicated to reading HORROR for the month of October. The prompts are as follows:

A book with autumnal vibes
A horror book that was recommended to you
A book with paranormal creatures
Reread a spooky old favourite
A book featuring witches
A LGBTQ+ horror book
A horror book by an author of colour
A horror book you love the cover of
A book featuring something you’re afraid of

the pumpkin spice latte book tag

I saw Caro @ Bookcheshire Cat do this tag themed around the best fall drink, pumpkin spice lattes. I love all things fall and am definitely planning to do this tag.

on seasonal reading

Kristin @ Kristin Kraves Books has a great discussion post on seasonal reading. She discusses what makes a “fall” book, what she reads in other seasons, and holiday reading. The post is part of the Let’s Talk Bookish feature created by  Rukky @ Eternity Books & Dani @ Literary Lion.

fall time tbrs

I loved reading all the fall tbrs this week, including these from Alison and Kristin. From their lists, I am super excited to read A DEADLY EDUCATION, MEXICAN GOTHIC, THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF ADDIE LARUE, and CEMETERY BOYS. I need to join a fall themed readathon STAT so I can read these amazing-sounding books!

announcing #hallowreadathon

Asha @ A book. a cat. and a cup of tea. announced the Hallowreadathon and three prompts. This readathon is for three days from October 31-November 1.

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  1. I’m participating in Hallowreadathon and I think James (well, kind of)! I’m going to read Dracula and I Am Malala. 🙂

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