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bevvies and bookclub // october

Hello! I’ve teamed up with LadetteM, Bookish Dani, and LizzieIsElf and we’ve created Bevvies and Bookclub! 🍹

Each month we’ll pick a drink and pair it with a reading prompt – setting a discussion for the last Sunday of the month, where there will be a live YouTube where we can hang out, sip, and chat about the books we read.

You can find our tracker here 👈 Please only amend your own entries

And if you want to submit any suggestions, for prompts or books for the prompts, fill in a form here 👈 and it’ll drop them all in one place.

October’s Prompts

Drink: Zombie Brain

Reading Prompt: Horror
Read a horror, or a book with something you find scary.

Discussion Date: 24th September (tonight)
Dani will be hosting the live on youtube, 7pm BST and this month we’ll be joined by Bekka

My Choice

I’ve chosen to read The Woman in Black by Susan Hill.

When you say horror to me, I think of one of the few horror films I’ve seen, The Woman in Black. It’s about time I dived in into the book – I’ve wanted to read something by Susan Hill for a very long time, so I’m really looking forward to it! Plus, as we moved the date of our discussion up this month, it’s also a pretty short read to make sure I’m done in time with the amount of slumping I’ve been doing with my reading, haha.

What book would you have picked? Have you read any good horrors this month? Let me know!


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About Me

Books and food enthusiast. I discovered a love for reading in my late teens, so you’ll see me catching up on older series quite often. I also love to travel around the UK, where I live, and picking up some crafty hobbies – I hope to share snippets of this amongst all the book content. Other interests include gaming, podcasts, drinking too much tea, and trying to personify autumn.

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