I was tagged (or will be tagged?) by Patricia @ Bookish Geek. I actually kind of hate book tags because my brain immediately forgets every book I’ve ever read, haha. Whelp, without further ado, here we go!
Here’s what to do:
- Mention the creator of the tag, Bookish Coffee Blog
- If you were tagged, mention who tagged you!
- Answer the questions *duh*
- Have fun!
- Bonus: watch the movie while you answer the questions!
Halloween gives kids ideas about there being magic
Name a book that is full of magic
Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones
Apparently I’m incapable of doing a tag without including this book. #sorrynotsorry
Halloween is Cool!
Name one book from your October TBR
Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake
I was supposed to read this for a book club but, uh, sort of ended up DNFing a few chapters in. Oops.
Nobody Really Appreciates My Taste in Weird Stuff
Name your favorite underrated read
Work for It by Talia Hibbert
I don’t hear enough people screaming about the amazingness that is Talia Hibbert’s Work For It. She has lots of amazing books, but this one shatters my heart EVERY. TIME.
The Cromwells are Powerful Witches, and It Took the Power of All of Them to Defeat the Evil
Name a powerful fictional family
The Bridgertons (Julia Quinn)
The first fictional family that popped into my head was Julia Quinn’s Bridgertons. Maybe because the series is coming to Netflix in December!!
Halloweentown was written about in a book, so maybe it’s real, maybe it’s not
Name your favorite nonfiction or historical fiction book
Haben: The Deafblind Woman Who Conquered Harvard Lie by Haben Girma
I recently read this memoir by Haben Girma for a book club and WOW, what an amazing book.
Mayor Kalabar wants revenge
Name a book that you thought you would enjoy but ended up not
My Kind of Earl by Vivienne Lorret
Vivienne Lorret is one of my favorite historical romance authors, and I was really excited for My Kind of Earl. The chapters from Jane’s POV was just SO cringey I couldn’t keep reading and had to DNF.
Instant Witch’s Brew, Sometimes it Works, Sometimes it Doesn’t
Name your favorite or least favorite book under 200 pages
Can’t Escape Love by Alyssa Cole
I ADORE this book! It’s a novella in Alyssa Cole’s Reluctant Royals series and takes place after/during the events of book 2.
Time Works Differently in Halloweentown
Name a book that was so good it made time stop
In A Holidaze by Christina Lauren
BONUS: It’s basically Groundhog’s Day but make it Christmas, so it EXTRA makes time stop! (Or repeat itself, as the case may be!)
Mortal See, Mortals Do
Name a book with non-human character interacting with human characters
Deep Wizardry by Diane Duane
The book his been haunting my brain lately and I really just need to reread the entire series… Anyway, Nita and Kit go hang out with some whales.
Luke Helps Save the Day
Name a character you thought was bad but ended up having redeeming qualities
Rhysand (Sarah J. Maas)
An Evil Force is at Work in Halloweentown, We Have to Put Merlin’s Talisman in the Giant Pumpkin to Save Everybody
Name your favorite fictional villain and hero
Villiers (Sarah J. Maas)
Excuse me, I think we’ve already established RHYSAND.
Halloweentown is Saved
Name a book with a really satisfying ending
I’ll Be The One by Lyla Lee
This is the most recent book I’ve read where I closed it at the end and sat back and just sort of marinated in the good feelings.
Katrina @ and the Kitchen Sink
Sarah @ It’s A Madhouse!
Patricia @ Bookish Geek
Katie @ Pages and Pugs
Brandy @ Sprinkles of Perfection
Gina @ Randomly Gina
Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl
Harker @ The Hermit Librarian
Kate & Paige @ A Conjuring of Lit
Alyssa @ Books Take You Places
Sylwia @ wish fulfillment
Ashley @ What She’s Read
5 thoughts on “Halloweentown Book Tag”
I just … want to sit and read everything you tell me to read. Is that friendship? Also, we need to read Howl’s together.
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I AM ALWAYS DOWN FOR A HOWL’S BUDDY READ. I just bought the set of all of her Chrestomanci books as well. My body is ready.
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I put Howl’s Moving Castle on my Christmas list. (Yes, I’m already thinking about Christmas.) I feel like I’ve been hearing about that book for my entire life. I want to know why people love it so much.
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YESSSSSS READ IT! I need to do a reread… I’m doing NetGalley November, but I might save December for rereading old favorites or something.
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