Let’s have some fun this Monday, Readers!
I am LOVING the cooler weather fall has brought (granted, “cooler” in Oklahoma means highs in the 80s and sometimes 70s), and I’m also enjoying seeing the autumnal tags floating around. Last month I did the Fall Favorites Tag, and today I’m doing a more bookish fall-themed tag: The Fall Bucket List Book Tag.
I found this tag on Leah’s Books and it was created by Read by Tiffany. The rules are:
- Link to Tiffany’s blog in your post
- Feel free to use any of Tiffany’s graphics or make your own
- Tag 7 people at the end of your post and let them know you tagged them
Never Say Goodbye by Sarah Grace Grzy – Read my review here
“Jump for joy” may be a slight overstatement – I just don’t get that externally excited about what I read. Never Say Goodbye came out in May of 2020, and I was more excited about it than I have been about a new release in a long time. I looked forward to reading it for months, and I was very joyful when I finally got to read it! Plus, look at how beautiful that cover is!
Throne of Grace (Cliff Walk Courtships #1) by Cecily Wolfe – Read my review of the ebook here and the audiobook here
This is one of the most – if not the most – heartwarming series I have ever read. The characters, setting, and storyline work together to create a wonderfully comforting and heartwarming book.
Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger – Read my thoughts here
This series has been a highlight of my reading this year! It starts out as a solid middle-grade fantasy series, but as the series progresses, it definitely leans more toward YA. Either way, it’s fun, and the protagonists are such good friends. It’s refreshing to see friendships prioritized the way they are here.
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins – Read my review here
I’m trying to stick with books that I have already read for this tag, which rules out anything that is still yet to be published. Of the books I’ve read this year, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is by far the most hyped. I felt it was a thoroughly mixed bag – unlike how I feel about PSLs, which honestly are amazing (when made well).
This prompt was surprisingly difficult to find a book for! I decided to go with a childhood favorite.
The World According to Humphrey by Betty G. Birney
Eventually I need to finish this series. Actually, now that I think of it, one of my nephews might be about old enough to enjoy this, so maybe I should re-read it and then start going through the series with him… It is the most adorably lighthearted book. I still love following along with Humphrey as he explores the world and his classmates’ lives.
I tag anyone who, like me, enjoys lighthearted reading much, much more than horror, creepy, or even spooky books (that’s got to be at least 7 people, right?).
Have you done this tag, or any other fall-themed book tags this season, Readers? Share a link in the comments so I can check out your answers!
Until the next chapter,
Leave a Reply