#LittleLoves October

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What a month October has been! Stuart ended up in hospital within the first week of the month with heart problems which was such a worrying time. Luckily he was only in for around 36 hours before he was allowed home.  On the plus side this month we found an extra storage room in our attic after being intrigued in what was behind a wooden panel. We are also currently on half term til Tuesday so Stuart's mum and her husband were up for a few days. Our favourite day out together  was when we headed to Farmer Copleys in Pontefract for their pumpkin festival.


Let's move onto my #littleloves for October.




READ

Another quiet reading month. This is mainly as I was struggling to get through one of my reads before giving up so I've left that one out of this post.

The House Across The Street by Lesley Pearse 

I've been a fan of Lesley's books for awhile now. This story is based in Britain in the 60s with 23 year old Katy Speed as the main character who is intrigued with what's going on at the house across the street. Then one night the house burns down killing 2 people inside and Katy's Dad gets the blame. Katy is determined to prove her fathers innocence . Can Katy find the truth before it's too late?

Ghoster by Jason Arnopp

I was gifted this book for a book tour which you can read about tomorrow and it's such a thrilling and twisty read. Definitely perfect spooky read for this time of year.

Blood Orange by Harriet Tyce

This is my current read which is a debut thriller. A disturbing, toxic and compelling novel that explores the power of fear and desire, jealousy and betrayal, love and hate.



WATCHED

I've been watching a good few films this month.

I'll start with Netflix:

In the Tall Grass
A brother and sister enter a field of tall grass to rescue a boy, but they soon realize they cannot escape and something evil lurks in the grass.

Fractured
After his wife and injured daughter disappear from the emergency room, a man becomes convinced the hospital is hiding something.

Eli
A boy becomes trapped in a haunted house while undergoing treatment for a rare disease.

Veronica 
During a solar eclipse, young Verónica and her friends want to summon the spirit of Verónica's father using an Ouija board. However, during the session she loses consciousness and soon it becomes clear that evil demons have arrived.

DVDs:

Toy Story  4
Absolutely loved the fourth film fully reccomend  seeing it if you haven't yet.

Hocus Pocus 
My all time favourite Halloween film. I watched this as a child and still love it now.

Other:
As Halloween is next week I'll be making my through my list of Halloween and horror films.


Heard

Not really been listening to any new music this month.


WORE

New Boots - These ankle boots are from Yours clothing and are so comfortable.

Cute Hedgehog socks - These are from Tesco and don't just look cute they definitely keep my feet warm.






MADE

Apple crumble - It's a must for this time of year.

Autumn wreath/ scarecrow - Blake and I did these together they were such fun to make and very simple to do.





And lASTLY...
We took part in a tweet-along for the release of Toy Story 4 on DVD and Blueray. You can check out my review and giveaway here.


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8 comments

  1. A BEAUTY - love following your adventures - those socks are so cute

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  2. Oh gosh I hope Stuart is ok! How scary!! I have Fractured in my to watch list. Just need time to sit and watch it!! Apple Crumble is definitely an autumn pudding! Yum! Thanks for linking up and have a wonderful month ahead x

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  3. I have watched all above on netflixs & I have to say I Eli got my full attention! I love your hedgehog socks!

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  4. You've mentioned a few films on Netflix that had caught my eye, I might have to give them a watch soon, Fractured in particular looks really intriguing! I hope your husband is ok. x #Blogtober19

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  5. You've had a busy time. How do you manage to read and review books while juggling everything else? I've added one to my books to buy list. Thank you.
    Hope Stuart is ok and that he was well looked after in hospital.

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  6. It sounds like you have had a good October!
    I really fancy watching Fractured and Eli.
    Those boots look fab and the socks are ever so cute! x

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  7. Hocus Pocus is still one of my favourite films

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