Who’s up for another Halloween tag? The weekend has arrived, and I want to take it easy since I’ve found out I have Achilles tendonitis, which is much more painful than I thought it would be.
I love to see all the new Halloween tags popping up. I want to thank Nicole from A Beautiful Chaos of Books for tagging me. Please check out her BookTube account!
I hope you enjoy.
Thriller | A book that was an absolute page-turner
I believe I devoured this book within twenty-four hours. I couldn’t get enough of it. I know it’s not Halloween, but I can’t stop talking about it though.
Somebody’s Watching Me | A book that gave you the serious creeps
Not knowing who was killing the sister and not figuring out who was next gave me some serious creeps. And I don’t think I could attend a dance after reading this.
Vampire | A book you hated so much it was soul-sucking (i.e incredibly tedious to get through)
I didn’t hate it. No, I loved the premise of the book. But it took forever for me to finish. And I DNF’d it on my first try.
I Put a Spell on You | A book featuring witchcraft or magic
This title may be one of my favourite witch books. And I can’t help but recommend it to everyone.
This Is Halloween | Your favourite treat/snack to eat while reading
I adore eating Reese’s Pieces or chocolate-cover raisins. They’re one-handed and easy to snack on!
Time Warp | What book or books do you like to return to at this time of year?
I always feel the need to read this book during the autumn time. I used to do rereads of it for years. But I stopped once I started blogging.
Hungry like the Wolf | A book you loved so much, you devoured
I don’t always read these teacher-and-student books. Typically, I stay away from them. But Coralee wrote the perfectly sinful one I couldn’t resist.
The Adams Family | A book featuring a dysfunctional family
A fae sister who almost doesn’t care, one twin who betrays everyone, and the other twin addicted to poison may be more dysfunctional than I thought.
Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) | A book genre that you are scared or intimidated to pick up
Graphic horror novels are on the top of my list. I think reading horror is difficult enough. Seeing images is worse.
The Twilight Zone | A book with a completely different and unique premise
When the dead won’t stay dead, what do you do? Well, if you’re a gravedigger, it’s your duty. I am loving the wit and the sass. The plot itself is intriguing, and I cannot wait to see what happens at the end.