Finally Fall Book Tag!

I saw this book tag over on Life of a Literary Nerd , which you should go check out because Danielle posts some great bookish content! Fall/Autumn is definitely my favourite season so I just had to take part in this fun tag.

In fall, the air is crisp and clear: Name a book with a vivid setting.

High House and the surrounding town make for one hell of an atmospheric setting. I deny you not to get transported there and be completely and utterly creeped out!

Nature is beautiful…but also dying. Name a book that is beautifully written, but also deals with a heavy topic like loss or grief.

This book deals with grief in such a beautiful way! It is a major theme, and the author really shows how we can drown ourselves in it. The writing in this is just *chefs kiss* as well so definitely give it a go.

Fall is back to school season. Share a non-fiction book that taught you something new.

I actually don’t really read any non-fiction books so have no answer for this one!

In order to keep warm, its good to spend time with the people we love. Name a fictional family/household/ group that you’d like to be a part of.

I would kill to be a part of Squad312… minus the whole them always running for their lives anyway. They are such a fun team and definitely one I would like to be a part of.

Fall is the perfect time for some storytelling by the fireside. Name a book wherein someone is telling a story.

This is a really beautiful story, within a story, within a story. I was swept away on Silence’s journey and it deals with some really on point topics. A lot funnier than I expected, with some great characters and brilliant storytelling.

The nights are getting darker. Share a dark, creepy read.

The majority of this book isn’t creepy at all, but man than ending… It came out of nowhere and creeped me the hell out! It’s really beautifully written and is a Novella so a quick and easy read.

The days are getting colder. Name a short, heartwarming read that could warm up someones cold and rainy day.

Pretty much any Jill Mansell book will fill this category but Rumour has it is definitely a fave of mine. These books never fail to cheer my up and leave me with a warm and fuzzy feeling inside. Basically a rom-com in book format.

Fall returns every year. Name an old favourite that you’d like to return too soon.

It’s getting closer and closer to winter. and has been nearly a year since I read the ending to this amazing series, so I think I’m overdue for a re-read. Beautiful and lyrical writing, a strong willed likeable heroine and Russian Folklore… what more do you want?







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    • It was really fun to do! Ghost Wood Song is definitely going to be one of my favourite books of 2020, it was just so beautifully written. And Aurora Rising is just a fun kick-ass sci-fi Aries. You should definitely pick them both up Sammie ☺️


  1. Thanks for the tag, Becky! I was just thinking that this would be a fun one to do 😍 All your picks definitely give off those darker, fall vibes and I’m here for it! I’m so keen to read Mexican Gothic (although I’m definitely preparing myself to be scared shitless) and can’t wait to revisit TBATN!

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