Sunday, 1 November 2015 / 11 Comments

Bookish Halloween Costume

As the finale of Team Teal's Halloween Trick or Treat we all decided to create our own bookish halloween costumes. It's the morning after here in Australia, but we had a pretty busy day yesterday so I didn't find time to post, but the good thing about being one of the first places on earth to reach the new day is that it's still Halloween somewhere.

So because I love a kickass heroine, and I love the opportunity to frock up, I've gone for Tessa Gray, from The Infernal Devices as she might have looked wandering around London, perhaps heading for Blackfriars.





Don't forget to check out the other stops on the tour!


October 22nd - Elizabeth @ So Long and Thanks For All the Fish shares the books that gave her nightmares.
October 23rd - Lucy @ The Reading Emporium shares her Halloween 2015 bucket list
October 24th - Maryam @ Once Upon a Story  has some spooky recs by horoscope
 October 25th - Melissa @ Live, Love, Read imagines YA characters at a masquerade
 October 26th - Bea @ Beatrice Learns to Read interviews author Mindy McGinnis 
 October 27th - Nicole @ Nicole Has ReadHalloween Dinner Party guest list 
 October 28th - Stephanie @ Steph in Wonderland has delicious Halloween treats and drinks 
October 29th - Nori @ ReadWriteLove28 shows us the creepiest YA covers 
 October 30th - Rachel @ A Perfection Called Books talks about horror movie tropes and cliches 
 October 31st - Stop by all our blogs to see our bookish Halloween costumes!
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11 comments:

  1. Gorgeous dress!! I can't wait to get to know Tessa!

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    1. The Infernal Devices books are great, I enjoyed them more than the Mortal Instruments.

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  2. This would be an amazing costume! I just picked up all these books over the summer and look forward to digging into them. Everyone says how good they are!

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    1. I would love to wear something like this. I'd look more like Queen Victoria though! :) Enjoy the books, it's a great series.

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  3. I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post. gifts

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