Spooky in Seattle

As mist starts rolling through the Evergreens, it’s getting dark even earlier, and the season of spooky is upon us. Here’s a round up of everything we are doing to get ourselves in the mood.

  1. Reading: Sleeping Beauties by Stephen and Owen King
    According to a poll conducted by Mercury News, he is still the undisputed ‘King’ of horror. Lock your doors and cozy up with his latest novel which came out last month.
  2. Sending: Halloween cards from Pike Street Press
    Send your mom a cat card, it will remind her of when she dressed you up as a cat for Halloween. Or, send a kneeling skeleton to a friend who is already struggling through fall quarter.
  3. Writing in: Spider Notebook
    This lined notebook is produced by the Natural History Museum of the UK, and makes the perfect statement piece to show everyone in your local coffee shop that you are truly the spookiest one there.
  4. Coloring with: F*cking Awesome Coloring Book by Calligraphuck
    Coloring is scientifically proven to be cathartic, even for adults, and this coloring book has removable, ready to frame pages which make it easy to simultaneously relax and spruce up your place.
  5. Sketching on: Pantone Dot Grid Notebook
    Inktober is upon us! Treat yourself to a new notebook and get sketching.
  6. Listening to: My Favorite Murder hosted by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
    Nylon says, “(Karen and Georgia) have created a new dialogue for true crime that is hilarious, brutally honest, and totally addicting.”
  7. Checking off to-do’s with: Presto Recycled Plastic Pencils
    These premium pencils come in a variety of autumn appropriate colors and you won’t get splinters from them while trying to achieve the perfect point.

Find these products and more in our Seattle and Kirkland locations!*

*We do not carry Sleeping Beauties in store, but you can find it by clicking on the link or at your local bookstore, and you can find My Favorite Murder on iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you listen to podcasts