It’s Blogtober!

Thought it’d be a good idea to do a little announcement about the fact I’m attempting Blogtober this year – plus, I can then use this post as today’s entry to Blogtober. I took part in and completed Blogtober a few years ago in 2017 but not done it since, though for the past few years I have been doing Blogmas instead.

So what can you expect here during the month of October/Blogtober? There will still be my weekly book reviews on Thursdays and film reviews on Mondays but there will be extra film reviews at the weekends. I plan to watch and review some spooky/horror films and share them every Saturday and Sunday this month. I’m quite the wuss when it comes to horror films so some of these are more on the creepy/happen to include witches rather than being super scary. When it comes to horror I don’t think I mind zombie or vampire films, though they wouldn’t be my first choice when choosing a film to watch, it’s more the super gory, slasher films that I don’t like and I’m also not a fan of the ghosts/paranormal type horror. Maybe it’s because that I know zombies and vampires are not real, and while I don’t exactly believe in ghosts, there’s still the unknown when it comes to death and what (if anything) comes next.

Here’s some of the horror films that I own physical copies of or are currently on my Netflix watchlist, so expect some of these films to make appearances over the next few weeks.

There might be extra film reviews in the shape of London Film Festival too. I have press accreditation for the first time this year and as the majority of the festival is online due to current world events, I should be able to fit a lot of films in around my day job.

Besides the planned film and book reviews, that leaves me thirteen days to find posts for. I’m going to fully embrace features like Top Ten Tuesday and Book Blogger Hop to fill in the gaps, and a few other features that I haven’t taken part in in years and want to bring back to my blog and get in the habit of taking part in. there’s probably going to be a few tags too – some autumnal themed ones obviously. This month there will be a whole mix of stuff on my blog so I hope it doesn’t get overwhelming – for you or for me!

I’m attempting to get as many posts written and scheduled in advance – as I’m scheduling this at the end of September I have 12 blog posts already scheduled which I’m happy with. In October I’ll have work, LFF and (hopefully) will be going to Spain to see my sister and go through my dad’s things so that’s why I want to get as much prepped as possible. I think I will manage to post every day this month, I’ve been successful with previous Blogtober’s, Blogmas’ and April A-Z Challenge’s and once I make a decision about something like this I get myself organised and make it work.

So, to sum up this needlessly rambly post – I’m attempting Blogtober and I hope you enjoy the extra stuff I’m creating this month. Good luck to you if you’re also attempting Blogtober, I’m sure you’ll smash it!

2 comments

  1. Looks like you’ve got some great movies lined up! I really liked the original Japanese live action movie adaptations of Death Note so I’m not sure if I want to try the Netflix American version. I just can’t quite imagine how it would work… At least if I do try it I coild always watch the originals afterward! 😉

    1. Thanks! Haha yeah I’ve definitely heard “mixed” things about the American remake (how it is with most American remakes really) and I’m sure even if I don’t get to it this month, I’ll watch it at some point as it has Lakeith Stanfield in it who I like a lot.

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