Call Me Monthly // OCTOBER

At a time when I've not been particularly good at posting anything these monthly round ups certainly come in handy, seeing as the organised part of my mind wouldn't really be able to cope with me skipping one; it would just send everything out of whack wouldn't it?

October has been quite a lovely month actually; it began with a week away in Italy with some other blogging gals (which I will get round to writing about properly soon I promise) and I'm ending it with a few days away in a lodge in Yorkshire with Matthew's lovely family.

Anyway, enough about the finer details of my life; here's what I've been wearing, listening to, reading and watching throughout the month:













I'm having a piano/jazz phase.

Yann Tiersen // Comptine d'un autre ete, l'apres-midi

Ludovico Einaudi // Nuvole Bianche

Bill Withers // Lovely Day

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong // Cheek To Cheek

San Cisco // Too Much Time Together

Blossoms // Your Girlfriend

Count Basie // Splanky

Benny Goodman // Sing, Sing, Sing

Duke Ellington // Take The 'A' Train


Listen on Spotify








After Life // Oh me oh my, if you haven't watched this Ricky Gervais series on Netflix then you really need to get on it. It's the best thing I've watched this year at least. Just prepare yourself for all the emotions; one moment you're laughing your head off and the next your heart is absolutely breaking.









The Angel Tree by Lucinda Riley // I always enjoy books by Lucinda Riley and this was no exception. She always manages to tell two stories in one (one past, one present) but it's never confusing and always keeps me hooked. 4/5.

You by Caroline Kepnes // Yes that's right, I read two books in October. I've watched the first couple of episodes of this on Netflix and quite enjoyed them, but actually found the book a little poor and now I know the (disappointing) ending I don't think I'll bother watching the rest of the series. 2/5

Amy x

10 comments

  1. Afterlife is phenomenal, isn't it? We binged it in one weekend and I don't think I stopped crying the whole way through (either through laughter or sadness). Can't wait for series 2 x

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  2. I watched Afterlife in 2 days what an incredible moving series, I can't wait for series 2. x
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    1. It's so good isn't it, can't wait to see what they do next! x

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  3. Sounds like a good month! Thanks for the book recommendations, I have read a Lucinda Riley book before and enjoyed it, so will check this one out!
    Have a lovely weekend :)
    Rosanna x
    Rose's Rooftop

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  4. Oh! I can't wait to read about your week in Italy with some other blogging ladies! Hope you're having a lovely week so far Amy :)

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    1. It's just gone live today :) Hope you're having a lovely week too gal xx

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  5. Sounds like a great month for you! Will listen to the songs that you listed while editing my pictures for the blog. Have a lovely week ahead! :)

    xoxo,
    SHAIRA
    Blog: www.missdream-girl.blogspot.com

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