Another Sunday, another book tag.
We are firmly in fall and though we might not be partaking in these fun fall activities – it’s fun to take about them and reminisce, or maybe look forward to in the future.
But I’ve been slowly making my way through all of my saved tags (there’s a lot) and when I saw this one Heather @TheSassyBookGeek and knew it was perfect for right now!
1.) Apple Picking: A book on your TBR that looks so delicious you can’t wait to take a bite out of it.
Us Against You by Fredrik Backman
I have loved each Backman book more than the previous one and right now Beartown is my favorite – so this sequel/companion makes me both excited and nervous.
2.) Corn Maze: A book that’s so much fun to get lost in.
Hot Dog Girl by Jennifer Dugan
Fun fair summer hijinks made this un-put-downable.
3.) Haunted Houses: A book that scared you silly.
Post Mortem by Patricia Cornwell
I have vivid memories of staying up really late reading these in early high school and getting nightmares every night. But I loved the books so much, I didn’t care.
4.) Pumpkin Patch: The latest book you picked up (purchased).
Lock Every Door by Riley Sager
This was on sale, and it’s spooky season so I thought why not.
5.) Scenic Drives: A book that is lyrically beautiful.
Wild Beauty by Anna-Marie McLemore
This is such a beautiful book and I haven’t talked about how much I love it lately.
6.) Pumpkin Carving: A book you didn’t like and wouldn’t mind carving up.
Faking It by Rebecca Smith
This was just a wholly forgettable romance and I didn’t like any of the characters or romance.
7.) Hiking: A book that was a highly enjoyable romp.
I’ll Be the One by Lyla Lee
This was such a fun story – high energy, great humor.
8.) Drinking Apple Cider: A sweet book to curl up under the covers with.
Now That I’ve Found You by Kristina Forest
This might not be the most cozy vibes story, but I did read this in once sitting while relaxing in a hammock outside so it works.
9.) Jumping In A Leaf Pile: A book that reminds you of your childhood.
Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales
I watched Grease so many times when I was little and this retelling was a welcome return to the story tropes.
10.) Scary Movie Night: Your favorite spooky read.
The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton
This was a smart and creative murder mystery that I think I should reread and would only like it more!
11.) Bonus! Costume Party: A book with an eclectic cast of characters.
Vicious by V.E. Schwab
The book is just filled with questionable characters who I grew to really love.
What fall activities are you missing most this year? What books are you planning on reading this year?