Fall Book Tag #BookTagTuesday

HeLLOOOOO everybody! It’s the Fall Book Tag, y’all. (That should be the official name though.) Found another fun book tag except this time on Shanah’s blog, BionicBookWormBlog. She created this tag in 2018. She didn’t list any rules, and since my creativity meter is making a drastic plummet today, I won’t add any.

Crisp fall air – A book that felt fresh and new

The Hippo at the End of the Hall by Helen Cooper or The Story Peddler by Lindsay A. Franklin. Both were very good, refreshing, and new books. I really liked them. The Hippo at the End of the Hall was weird, but in a good way.

You can find my review on it here.

Howling winds – An ending that blew you away

The Warden and the Wolf King by Andrew Peterson had an ending that blew me away in a bad way. Now, the ending was NOT bad, just not what I wanted. I suffered from dramatic PBST (Post Book Series Trauma) after finishing this book. *sniff sniff* You just have to read it for yourself to determine if you found the ending satisfying or not because IT WASN’T FOR ME!!! WHAAAA!! 😦

Comfy sweaters – A book that gave you the warm and fuzzies

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, Rainbow Valley by L.M. Montgomery, The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street by Karina Yan Glaser, and The Penderwicks at Last by Jeanne Birdsall. All of these books have strong family-centered plot lines that just make me really happy and nostalgic.

Bright colors – A cover with red, orange, or yellow

Leaf fight – A book with non-stop action

The Ever After Series: Of Enemies and Endings by Shelby Bach. Though the action wasn’t “non-stop” it was very fast paced. I was surprised how quickly the ending snuck up on me. I was sitting there like, “What just happened?” Good series though. I definitely recommend.

Pumpkin spice – Your most anticipated read

The Vanderbeekers Lost and Found by Karina Yan Glaser. Y’all bored of hearing about that one yet? It came out on Sept. 15th, and a very kind friend let me borrow it!!! It’s so great, y’all!!!!

Or Fable by Adrienne Young! I’ve heard a lot about it and have read some great reviews on it. One Book More reviewed it here.

My Tags:

Well, that’s all for that tag! I also tag anyone who feels the urge to do a Fall Book Tag. Just please make sure to link back to the original creator and where you saw the tag. Thanks! Have a great day, y’all!! xoxo

I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.

Anne from Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery

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