Lets Talk Bookish – Reading seasonally

Welcome to my Let’s Talk Bookish post! Created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and hosted by Aria @ Book Nook Bits, this meme includes a set prompt which we are then let lose on to discuss.

This week’s prompt is:

Reading seasonally (Mikaela @ Mikaela Reads)

Do you read seasonally?

I try to read seasonally as far as possible. That does sometimes goes awry depending on the Blog Tours that I am on.

Do you like a beach read in summer, a spooky book in the autumn and holiday themed ones in winter?

Yes. I like the summery covers in the Summer and the darker ones in the Winter. I also like a lighter read in the Summer, romance and chick lit, and then Thrillers in the Autumn/Winter. In October I like to read Fantasy, and things that make me think of Halloween.

What’s your favourite season?

I like Autumn when it is still slightly warm from the Summer, but the cold is starting to come in so you can drink hot chocolate. I love taking photographs and Autumn can provide an excellent backdrop.

Do you have any favourite seasonal reads?

I look forward to the Autumn/Winter reads. I particularly love reading Christmas books, however they often aren’t quite as good storywise as other books. I enjoy them for being set at Christmas.

Do you read seasonably?

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4 thoughts on “Lets Talk Bookish – Reading seasonally

    1. Emily Jane Post author

      That’s the only downfall for me. I like a Christmas book, but it isn’t as magical if it is read outside of Christmas (however I did enjoy Keeping A Christmas Promise…)

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