Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge; Favourite Holiday of the Year and Why


It's Wednesday and probably time for a new Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge post, courtesy of Long and Short Reviews. The theme of the week was favourite holiday of the year and why.

For me it's Halloween, as I can easily showcase my more gothic sides in addition that I have an excuse to indulge in paranormal and horror novels.

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  1. My daughter's favorite holiday is Halloween as well. Now that she has little ones, she's had to scale back a bit on the scarier decorations, but she still goes all out. It's fun to see.

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    1. Maybe for the best to scale back a bit on the most scary stuff if she has little ones, but it's still fun that she goes all out.

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  2. Halloween is my favourite holiday as well!

    My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/wednesday-weekly-blogging-challenge-favourite-holiday-of-the-year-and-why/

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    1. I think there's lots of us who enjoy Halloween.

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  3. Sounds like a great reason to me. Good one!

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  4. Halloween (or for me it's Samhain) is my second favorite holiday.

    Here's mine: https://www.marymorganauthor.com/post/long-and-short-reviews-weekly-blog-challenge-05-06-20

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  5. That one seems to be the winner.

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  6. When I was younger and could dress in sexy costumes, I enjoyed it a whole lot more! My friends had never heard of an "adagio" dancer when I was in college and made myself a costume to dress as one! Lots of fun.

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  7. Oh, Halloween is my favorite holiday too. Thanks for sharing. Here's mine. https://www.tenastetler.com/lsrs-wednesdays-blog-challenge-favorite-holiday-of-the-year-and-why/

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  8. Kindred spirit! That was my choice as well.

    My response is here.

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  9. When we lived in base housing, we'd get trick-or-treaters by the hundreds. I loved it! Where we live now, we don't get any and I miss seeing everyone dressed up and having a great time. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. That sounds like lots of fun. Too bad Halloween isn't as big in Norway as it's in the US. There's been times when I haven't had a single trick-or-treaters at my door.

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  10. Yay!! Someone who likes horror novels too. I adore them, along with any gothic style stories. Have you read The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell? A perfect Halloween read.

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    1. Horror novels for the win, especially if they've got a gothic vibe. I haven't read The Silent Companions yet, but thanks for the recommendation.

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