5 Storytelling Songs for Fall Listening

5 Storytelling Songs for Fall Listening

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With September upon us, the wonder of golden leaves, apple picking, and pumpkin carving are teasingly close. As such, you may find that the upbeat summer dance vibes that’ have been on repeat for the past few months no longer match the cooling days. The essence of crisp autumn air and warm apple cider is more likely to lend itself to soothing instrumentals and soft, atmospheric sounds. These are songs that, instead of prompting you to bump along with the beat, make you want to curl up with a blanket and listen to the story they tell. I’ve included five …

#Bookstagrammer of the Week: @the.cozy.bee

#Bookstagrammer of the Week: @the.cozy.bee

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Want to see your favorite Bookstagrammer featured next? Message @bookstrofficial here.   This Week’s Featured creator: @the.cozy.bee   Each week Bookstr is going to be highlighting your favorite Bookstagrammers. A Bookstagrammer is someone who shares all of their literary interests, ranging from book reviews and aesthetically pleasing book pictures to outfit pictures featuring their current reads. Anything that evokes bibliophile feels is on their Instagram pages. Make sure to give these Bookstagrammers the love they deserve! Each page has theme colors or an aesthetic, and this Bookstagrammer’s cozy autumnal theme is perfect for October. This week we are getting to …

5 Autumn-Themed Books For You to Fall in Love With

5 Autumn-Themed Books For You to Fall in Love With

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Its the first day of fall! The leaves are beginning to change color and fall from the trees, as the cool breeze of winter’s beginning overtakes the hot weather of summer. As you begin to settle in for the chillier season and enjoy the crunching of leaves beneath your feet, its time to get cozy with some new reading material. And what better way to welcome fall than reading some fall themed books? Here are some top 5 choices to celebrate the end of summer!     5. ‘Leaf Man’ by Lois Ehlert   Image via Amazon   Leaf Man by Lois …

Adaptations Round-Up! 10 Adaptations Coming out This Year!

Adaptations Round-Up! 10 Adaptations Coming out This Year!

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Adaptations galore is coming this fall season! What are the ones that you should look forward to most? Well, stay tuned!     It Chapter 2   Image Via Vanity Fair   A sequel to the horrifying film It, the ‘Loser’s Club’ is back twenty-seven years later (or two years later). The group returns to Derry, Maine, where the Losers must finish what they started: destroy Pennywise. Who from our lovely ‘Loser’s Club’ will be lost in the ensuing bloodbath? How will these losers defeat Pennywise? Well, it’s based on a Stephen King novel that was released back in 1986, …

Join Maggie Stiefvater’s ‘The Scorpio Races’ Read-Along!

Join Maggie Stiefvater’s ‘The Scorpio Races’ Read-Along!

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We know renowned YA fantasy author Maggie Stiefvater for her endlessly imaginative stories— dead Welsh kings who grant wishes, carnivorous water horses who probably don’t, werewolves who recite German poetry and teenagers who do teenager things (like throwing Molotov cocktails into sports cars). We also know her for her Scorpio misanthropy and personal misadventures, including street-racing and leather-wearing. A Scorpio herself, Stiefvater is kicking off this November with a read-along of… you guessed it… The Scorpio Races.     Image Via drunkinbookreview.wordpress.com     The novel opens: “It is the first day of November, so today, someone will die.” Each November on the fictional island of Thisby, water …