Monday, September 1, 2014

R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril IX

It's that time of the year again! The time for spooky stories and scary movies, my favorite time of year. I love fall, with its crisp days and brisk evenings, bonfires, and Halloween, my all time favorite holiday. It also means that it is time for R.I.P. IX, a blog challenge that I wait for every year. 

My plan this year:

Read four books that fit the definition of R.I.P. literature. This definition includes:

Dark Fantasy.

Or anything sufficiently moody that shares a kinship with the above.

This could be the big screen, or the small screen, as long as it fits the challenge genre.
I don't know exactly what I am reading and watching this year, but I know that I am excited to begin!


  1. I'm looking forward to doing some bonfires here this year. We made a make shift fire pit last year in the back yard and I've got some wood all stored up and ready for the air to turn chill. It cannot happen quickly enough.

    Thank you so much for being a part of the event this year. I hope your Autumn proves to be filled with all the wonderful things that make this time of year so special.

    1. I agree, fall needs to get here ASAP! Lol. It is slowly arriving, little by little, but I am ready for full fledged fall. :)

      Thanks Carl! I am really looking forward to the event!

  2. I've never actually come across this challenge before but it is definitely up my street, may give it a go next year when I'm going to start participating in challenges. I look forward to seeing what you read and watch during this period of time.

    Autumn is my favourite season.
    Bits & Bobs

    1. Yay! Kindred spirit! This challenge is fun, and my favorite every year. :)

  3. I really can't wait!! I've already written a list of audiobooks that I'll be listening to in October (and part of September!) in order to keep the spook alive!


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