Hello! Today for Blogtober/Blogween, I’m going to be sharing my answers for the Halloween Creatures 2.0 book tag. I was tagged by Jessica @ Reading with Jessica and Mandy @ Devouring Books. So, a huge thank you to the both of them for thinking of me! 🤗🎃
Alright, let’s get started!
- Answer all prompts.
- Answer honestly.
- Tag 1-13 people.
- Link back to this post.
- Remember to credit the creator. (Anthony @ Keep Reading Forward)
- Have fun!
Also, just to be clear, all the graphics in today’s post are from Anthony, too!
A Magical Character or Book.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is such a magical and enchanting book. It’s so mysterious with so many unique and magical characters.
The Perfect Book to Read at Night.
The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding is such a fun book to read for Halloween. It’s spooky and mysterious, but not too spooky, which makes it a perfect book to read at night, because I’m a scaredy cat and don’t want to read something super scary before bed!
A Book that Truly Shocked You.
This book was so twisty! Genuine Fraud really took me by surprise and didn’t go at all how I expected.
A Dark, Evil Character.
The villain in Black really encompasses the whole “dark, evil character” for this one!
A Character that Should Never Have Died.
If you’ve read this book, I’m sure you’ll agree. That’s all I’m going to say.
A Book that Made You “Hungry” for More.
Pretty much every single Meg Cabot book leaves me “hungry” for more. She is one of my favorite authors, and all her books are just so enjoyable and utterly readable!
A Character that You Would Protect at All Cost.
I love Anne Shirley with my entire bookish heart and soul. She is my favorite and I would root for her and protect her always.
A Book that Sucked the Life Out of You.
I just did not care for Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The writing style was not for me, and I felt so disconnected the entire time I read it.
A Book that Still Haunts You.
On Pointe is a book that definitely haunts me, but in the best way possible. This book really touched me. Even though it’s been quite a few years since I’ve read it, it’s still one that I think about often.
A Book that Really Scared You.
I know I’ve shared my story about hearing whistling in the night while reading The Diviners, but y’all, that freaked me out so much!! Hearing some random person whistling down the street at almost midnight, while the bad guy is in the book is doing the same does not make a good combo. Not only that, but this book is just overall so creepy.
A Character You Have a Bone to Pick With.
I don’t even know why, but the main character, Janelle, just rubbed me the wrong way. Plus, the whole time I read this book, all I could think about was Jenelle from Teen Mom 2. 😂
A Book You Would Preserve Throughout Time.
Nancy Drew is my original favorite. This series was the first one that I actually really fangirled with, and it will forever be my favorite. So really, I would preserve any of the classic Nancy Drew books for all time so she would always be remembered!
A Cover too Scary to Look At.
Okay, yes, this cover isn’t too scary to look at, but as a kid I sure thought it was! Plus, who wasn’t afraid of The Green Ribbon story in this book?! Talk about traumatizing!
The Monster Mash
It’s Fun to Be with Friends on Halloween!
Tag Your Friends!
Holly @ Nut Free Nerd
Lashaan & Trang @ Bookidote
Kristin @ Kristin Kraves Books
Jill @ Jill’s Book Blog
Shalini @ Shalini’s Books & Reviews
Lilly @ Lair of Books
Laura @ Reading Sanctuary
And, of course, anyone who wants to do this!
I hope you all enjoyed reading this fun tag, because I had so much fun sharing my answers!
Thanks so much for reading!