The Beauty of … A Crisp Fall Day by @JosieRiviera

When Labor Day is over, isn’t it like flipping a switch? we go from summer beach days and picnics to cooler weather and football games.

One of my favorite activities is the Fall Festival Season and Craft Fairs. Every weekend, I discover different activities to enjoy.

For children, there are Pumpkin Patches and hayrides, and one of my granddaughter’s favorite activities is bobbing for apples.

There are also entertaining family options.

Holiday Craft Fairs offer handmade gifts and holiday ornaments. In North Carolina, where I live, there are several apple festivals providing local music. Not to mention those delicious food stands offering apple strudel and homemade baked good.

Wishing you an Autumn brimming with family fun and laughter.

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Their unexpected attraction kindles something as warm and sweet as a holiday candle. But the weight of their pasts could turn the promise of their love to ashes.


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About Josie Riviera

Josie Riviera is a USA TODAY Bestselling Author of contemporary, inspirational, and historical sweet romances that read like Hallmark movies. She lives in the Charlotte, NC, area with her wonderfully supportive husband. They share their home with an adorable Shih Tzu who constantly needs grooming and live in an old house forever needing renovations.

2 Replies to “The Beauty of … A Crisp Fall Day by @JosieRiviera”

  1. Thank you Josie, your audio books, I throughly enjoy listening to them, as I am sight impaired, these help me to relax and enjoy your books xx

  2. It is good for us that the start of fall is a date desigated on the calendar. So far the only hint we have had so far is that our high temperatures are now only in the 80’s and we’ve seen our morning lows dip into the upper 50’s and mid 60’s.
    Yes, it it is still beach weather here and we do not see the lovely fall colors, but most of us have learned that autumn has nothing to do with the weather.
    We have a year-round weekly arts market in town that features arts and crafts, live music, food vendors, and a small farmers market. However, I am sure we will see holiday oriented arts and craft fairs pop up in the weeks ahead.
    Pumpkin patches are a popular way for church groups to raise funds. They will start appearing on church lawns in early October.
    We may not have a picture postcard autumn, but it is still a wonderful season.

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