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Fall Activities Book Tag

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So it has been a pretty busy week since I’ve moved – oh yay! Me and Fenrile are still settling in; in fact we don’t even have Internet here yet. Everything is late, my reading schedule, my blogging schedule, and so many other things. Still, I did manage to do this Book Tag, so thank you to the Orangutan Librarian for tagging me. I hope you enjoy this.

Apple Picking

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

I hope the fact that I’ve already taken a bite out of it doesn’t make my answer invalid.

Stardust by Neil Gaiman

Stardustby Neil Gaiman

Corn Maze

A book that’s so much fun to get lost in.

What a lovely guilty pleasure this one was.

The Undomestic Goddess

The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella

Haunted Houses

A book that scared you silly.

I can’t remember the last time a book scared me. This is sad, but it might also have to do with the fact that I usually don’t read horror.

Pumpkin Patch

The latest book you picked up (purchased).

Well,  I loved the Batman edition so much, so I’ve decided to purchase this one as well.

Scenic Drives

A book that is lyrically beautiful.

There’s just something about this book (review coming soon by the way).

We Were Liars

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

Pumpkin Carving

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


Nevernight (The Nevernight Chronicle, #1)

Nevernight by Jay Kristoff

Drinking Apple Cider

A sweet book to curl up under the covers with.

The graphic novel adapted from the novel by Peter S. Beagle has beautiful illustrations by Renae de Liz. Five stars.

The Last Unicorn

The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle

Jumping in a Leaf Pile

A book that reminds you of your childhood.

Fairy tales adaptations always seem to have that effect on me. And this is certainly a good one.

The Goose Girl (The Books of Bayern #1)

The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale

Scary Movie Night

Your favourite spooky read.

A short tale, but a classic, isn’t it? Have to appreciate the dark humour.

Bonus! Costume Party

A book with an eclectic cast of characters.

I wish I had more time to actually be able to finish the other volumes of this series. Amazing book, even if a bit too long.

And I tag…

I’ve decided to tag some new people who have been following me (thanks a lot by the way!), plus anyone else who feels like doing this. Have fun, and happy Fall! Oh,  and let me know of what else you’ll be looking forward to doing this Fall (besides reading of course)!

Book Hearts Forever

The Book Worms Fantasy

YA Book Blog

Dusk Angel Reads

The Obvious Oblivion Blog

Bookish Babble

The Happy Book

Z. Y Doyle

A Haven For Book Lovers

Teen Book Lit 101



  1. Ree love30

    I’ve just finished reading the Girl on test Train aswell which was so good! I’ve actually never read any of years books you chat about but I love horror films so i’m going to check out Haunted Houses! Ree love30

  2. Yan

    I love Neil Gaiman and Sophie Kinsella but I’ve never read those you listed. Stardust has been sitting in my (e)book shelf for so long though, you can say it’s been getting a bit dusty haha. Will look up Undomestic Goddess! Looks interesting!

  3. Veronica

    I really dream to go to a sea or ocean side for a couple of weeks and read the paper books. I’d sit in a shack and enjoy warm sun and wind and paper letters.

  4. Michi

    Thanks for sharing your list. I’m really looking for books to read and “The Undomestic Goddess” by Sophie Kinsella caught my eye. Sophie has a lot of books and I haven’t read one. I’ve read that Universal has adapting the book and I hope I can also watch the movie. 🙂

  5. Kris

    I used to read a lot of books when I was in school. After graduation and work piled up. it’s just difficult to squeeze it in everytime. Although whenever I had the time to do so, I always pick and read a book and enjoy the smell of the pages. 🙂

  6. berlin domingo

    Used to read a lot but when my ebook crashed, I didnt find time to read at all. I have more than a dozen books waiting to be read and they are just sitting there. Poor books. I really need to arrange my schedule and include reading. Yes, I guess I need a schedule to give time for each. PS. Good thing I was able to finish Sophie’s Undomestic Goddess way way before.

  7. Nina Sogue

    Oh my, more books to read! I’ve always loved reading since I was a kid. I had to stop for a bit when I became a mom, due to lack of time. Since my son is already a toddler, I’ve just started having time for other recreational activities, including reading! I’ll bookmark this site – love your recommended list.

    Nina Sogue | http://www.ninasogue.com

  8. Allison

    I love reading but unfortunately I seem to never have the time. I always take one when I travel though to read on the beach. I love Soohie Kinsella. She is hilarious! You should try the shopoholic series by her

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