Fall Activities Book Tag

Hello beautiful people!

Sydney, the creator and owner of Fire and Rain Books, tagged me in the Fall Activities Book Tag recently…and I’m so excited!

I love Fall, as in I have an obsession with Fall. The smell of the leaves, the feel of the cool air with the warmth from the sun, the beautiful array of colours, pumpkin carving, Fall decor, the beanies and scarves…I could go on and on, so I’ll stop. My inner hipster-indie-wanderlust-forest girl comes out the most during the Fall season.

So Sydney, thank you SO much for tagging me! Sydney is a terrific blogger, with her blog full of rich content and fun topics. She’s easy to connect with, especially since she reaches out and replies to comments fairly quickly. If you haven’t connected with her yet, please do!


A Book on Your TBR that Looks So Great You Can’t Wait to get into it

29283884I have heard nothing but praises about this book! This is probably the book I’ve been the most excited about out of any this year. When I ordered the October 2017 OwlCrate, I saw that this book was in the July 2017 OwlCrate…so I bought that too…he-he.


A Book to Get Lost in

235597This will most likely ALWAYS be my top choice. Milne’s beautiful children’s novella is full of wonder and silly little stories, bringing entertainment and joy to children and adults alike. The book brings about this nostalgia of more simple and innocent days, yet also giving hope for the future that things will be just as wonderful and beautiful.


A Book That Scares You

For someone that is scared super easily, I definitely enjoyed some scary books as a kid. I love R.L. Stines’s Goosebumps series. The stories are great, the plot is easy to follow, the writing is geared for a wide range of reading levels, and the twist is always spooky.


The Latest Book You Picked Up/Purchased

    589836 33158561

I recently purchased Coraline for a Goodread buddy challenge, and I have NO regrets. It’s a wonderful children’s book that’s a little eerie yet has a wonderful meaning behind it. Wild Beauty was the October 2017 OwlCrate book…the cover is so pretty! The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue was in the July 2017 OwlCrate that I additionally purchased.


A Book That is Lyrically Beautiful

Usually, I’d put The Little Prince, but I thought I’d TRY changing things up a bit. As much as this book gave me mixed feelings, I can’t help but recall the love I had for the writing style and how beautiful it was. It felt like poetry, though more clear and concise. Yoon’s ability to write stunning phrases that grasp at you is downright impeccable, making me extremely jealous!


A Book You Disliked So Much You Would Carve it Up

14942I feel like a broken record…this is honestly the only book I can think of…again.


A Sweet Book to Curl Up

24820165Though there is some suspenseful parts in this book, I overall find this a cute love story about learning to not only love others but to love yourself. It’s a cute and easy read, fun for a day when you just want to curl up on the couch with your pot of tea.


A Book That Reminds Me of My Childhood

549408This was my first Robert Munsch book! After that, I wanted to read and have read to me more of his books. They’re funny, lighthearted, and tend to always have some sort of wonderful message to take away from them. If I ever have kids, I will definitely read them Robert Munsch.


Your Favorite Spooky Read

2984286Edgar Allan Poe is always my “go-to” author for spooky and disturbing stories. However, I remembered this one short story I read for an American Literature course…it was freakishly grotesque and utterly frightening. You want a good and twisted horror short story? I HIGHLY suggest reading Faulkner’s short story…it’s so messed up but I loved it.


A Book With an Eclectic Cast of Characters

7896345The spinoff trilogy of Armstrong’s Darkest Powers, Darkness Rising is a phenomenal YA supernatural series full of unique and interesting characters. Not only do we have a WIDE range of supernatural beings, but we also have people from different ethnicity’s.  From Native American to Italian to Southern United States, Armstrong provides such a large amount of diversity that it’s a breath of fresh air in literature.


Too Much of a Booknerd

Naty’s Bookshelf

Windowsill Books



Books and Co.

Touch My Spine Book Reviews


Please do the tag if you haven’t yet and wish to do so!!

Happy Reading!

7 thoughts on “Fall Activities Book Tag

  1. Yay so glad you did this tag! I want to read a Gentleman’s Guide SO BADLY. I’ve heard such amazing things about it. And I NEED to read Winnie the Pooh, your blog has convinced me of that.
    I thought Everything, Everything was written so beautifully as well. I loved the book I think mostly because of how easily it was to read and how simple yet beautiful the language was.
    Thanks again for all the kind words ❤️ And have you upgraded your graphics for fall? They’re so cute. I love them!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. I am pushing it up on my TBR list…because I can’t wait any longer! I NEED to read it! I keep staring at it when I get home, but I have to catch up on some books that publishers and authors have sent me…so it has to wait a bit. If you end up reading “Winnie-the-Pooh” let me know! I would LOVE to know your thoughts! I think that’s what drew me into “Everything, Everything” as well; the language flows so well and it’s easy to read in one day. Thank you again for tagging me! And I did! I just did a post about it actually 🙂 I’m going to be updating them again for the Winter Season! I wanted to change it up but still use the creators work because she’s worked so hard on all the aesthetics I use for my blog. She’s just wonderful!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Thank you so much for tagging me! This is such a lovely tag and I’ll try my best to do this soon even though Fall is kinda slowly coming to an end XD I really liked the writing style of Nicola Yoon in Everything Everything even though I’m not completely on board with the book and it message. But I really want to read other books by her because I like her writing so much ❤

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.