Welcome to Literary R&R's stop on this week's Book Blogger Hop! The BBH is now on the road and is being hosted by Soon Remembered Tales this week. Hop on over there if you'd like to view the linky list of this week's Hop participants.
This week's question:
With Autumn upon us and Halloween drawing near, what books remind you of fall? What ones do you enjoy reading that are about autumn?
For me, there are many "classics" that remind me of fall because I read them for summer reading. One that stands out in my memory is A Separate Peace by John Knowles. This was a summer reading assignment for high school, and as a classic coming-of-age tale it holds a special place for me in my heart. It's one that you never quite forget and will read time and time again.
There isn't one particular novel that reminds me of Autumn, but around this time of the year (which is my favorite, by the way!!!) I absolutely love to read mysteries, thrillers, and suspense novels in preparation for all the spookiness October brings. My favorite novel to gear up for the spookiness? It by Stephen King. The movie sucked, but the novel is amazing.
I also begin "re-reading" my huge collection of cookbooks, as well as scouring the Internet, for new recipes to try for the upcoming holiday season.
Leave us a comment below and let us know what books remind you of fall. We'd love to hear what you have to say.