Fall Activities Book Tag


I was tagged to do this by Heather @ The Sassy Geek for the tag! So be sure to head over and check out the Heather’s tag and her blog because Heather is sweet and kind! Thanks for tagging me, Heather! Here is the link to the original tag created by Ashely @ Dreaming Through Literature.

Apple Picking:
A book on your TBR that looks so delicious you can’t wait to take a bite out of it.


Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

There are so many books that I want to list, but Crooked Kingdom is beautiful outside and inside! They have red edges pages along with red naked covers and plus the maps and the designs on each chapter page. *drools* I am planning on reading this on Monday (today, in fact) because of the long drive (an hour and half) to have a car to be inspected, then drive all the way down to do an errand so I am spending these time reading in the car, waiting room, and anywhere. So I’m hopeful that I am able to finish this in a day! 

Corn Maze:
A book that’s so much to get lost in.


Nevernight by Jay Kristoff

Yes, I am still reading ever since its release back in August. There is a good reason, though. I am slowly savoring this book due to its new world and new words, I just don’t want to stop reading this. I don’t want this book to end. 

Haunted Houses:
A book that scared you silly.


The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

I am not a big horror or a thriller fan, so I went with a book that is fantasy but gives me heart attacks at the same time. The way Suzanne wrote this action in this series made me go, “OH NO!…” *covers eyes* “….please don’t tell me she/he died!”

Pumpkin Patch: 
The latest book you picked up (purchased).

GeminaGemina by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

I love meeting these new characters and I love how Marie Lu’s artworks seem to fit into this book. I am not even halfway finished with this book and I am already in love with it. I can’t wait to do a review post on this book! I’ll gush! 

Scenic Drives:
A book that is lyrically beautiful.


The Violets of March by Sarah Jio

To be honest, the cover is what pulled me into this book. It was not till I read it, I fell in love more. The writing of Sarah is beautiful. The way she was able to weave the history and the present together, effortless. She wrote seven books and her 8th set to be released in February. I love each one of them, and cannot read her new book. 

Pumpkin Carving:
A book you didn’t like and wouldn’t mind carving up.


Allegiant by Veronica Roth

This book could be so much better. It is written well, just that the plot is not at its best as Divergent is. It is so confusing with a different point of views because of last two books, it was told in Tris’ point of view and the world made sense that Veronica built but Allegiant changed, and not for the better. 

A book that was a highly enjoyable romp.


Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

I know, I know. This choice may be strange but it is true. I love this book for many reasons. I know it has flaws. I did enjoy this book. It is unique and different from every other fantasy book. I enjoyed getting know other characters like Jacob, Seth, Paul, Emily, Mike, etc. 

Drinking Apple Cider: 
A sweet book to curl up under the covers with.


Katherine: Heart of Freedom by Cameron Dokey

I loved this back in high school and I would love to read this over and over again. If only it have a kindle edition so I won’t worn out my physical copy because it is not everywhere like Twilight is and my copy that I have now is pretty much worn out because I bought it via Amazon.

Jumping In A Leaf Pile:
A book that reminds you of your childhood.


The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter

I loved this book when I was younger. I am planning to get a brand new book for my kids whenever I have them. I would love to read them again and again.

Scary Movie Night:
Your favorite spooky read.


The Moon Dwellers by David Estes

Like with Haunted Houses, I don’t really like to read horrors or thrillers novels so I went with this book because of so many twists this book and the series brought. 

Bonus! Costume Party:
A book with an eclectic cast of characters.


Saga by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

This is so easy to pick a novel/graphic novel that has such eclectic cast of characters. This graphic novel has everything that you are looking for. 

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6 thoughts on “Fall Activities Book Tag

  1. thesassygeek says:

    You’re too sweet Nicole thanks for doing the tag! I love Crooked Kingdoms red edged pages too both books are so gorgeous! I also can’t wait to get to Gemina but I have a few other books that need to be read first unfortunately. Loved reading your answers! 🙂

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