Y’all fall is my favorite season by far. No, it’s not because of pumpkin everything. Unpopular opinion, but pumpkin stuff isn’t that good. You can’t even taste the pumpkin. Apples are where it’s at for fall baking and eating, but that’s just my opinion. Anyways, lots of fun things happen in the fall, halloween, lots of fall decor, the leaves are falling, you can go apple picking, and carve pumpkins. It is literally the best. But on top of all that fun, we get a bunch of fun fandom things! Like new movies, fall shows start to premiere, new books, and games! Here’s my list of all the things I’m looking forward to this fall.
1. Luigi’s Mansion 3
I LOVE Luigi’s Mansion. It is probably my favorite game of all time. I play Luigi’s Mansion on my nintendo 3DS every single October and I’ve done that for the last 3 years. So I’m beyond excited that a new Luigi Mansion’s game is coming out this October and on Halloween! This game has sweet Luigi fighting ghosts ghostbusters style. The rooms are so cool and interesting and I love all the items you have to collect to be able to upgrade your gear and catch even more ghosts. And for the first time ever, this game will be multiplayer! I can’t wait to spend my Halloween playing this game with my boyfriend (who first introduced me to Luigi’s Mansion) and eat Halloween Oreos together!
2. Zombieland 2: Double Tap
I absolutely love Zombieland. I saw it in theaters at least 2 times and then got it on DVD and watched it multiple times a week. Normally, I don’t like zombies, they scare the crap out of me, but Zombieland makes them funny to me. I only found out recently that Zombieland is getting a sequel. I’m pretty sure I screamed when I heard the news. And it comes out this October! I’m going to watch the first movie a few times before I see the sequel. I’m so hype for this movie!
YALLFest is my favorite time of year. In early November, it’s finally getting cold and I’m headed to YALLFest to go to panels and hear authors speak, get advanced reading copies of incredible books, and hang out with fellow YA book nerds. In the weeks before YALLFest I get to plan my time there down to the minute with a very fun and kinda intense color coded chart and map. You say boring, I say organizational fun! Making my chart and map ensures that I get to see all the things, do all the things, and get all the books. Be on the look out, in November, I’ll be doing an article with all my tips on how to maximize your time and book haul at book festivals!
Those are a few things I’m looking forward to this fall. What are you looking forward to this fall season?