It’s Halloween! | Trick or Treat Book Tag

Hello everyone! I hope you guys are all enjoying Halloween today! (Can you even believe it’s already the end of October?!) Although many of you may not be trick-or-treating this year, it’s still Halloween and I thought, why not do a book tag in honor of this celebration? I found this book tag on Bea’s blog (When Curiosity Killed the Cat) and thought it was a fitting one to do for today. Credit to Alyssa for the creation of this book tag!

Let’s get on with it!

Kit Kat Bar – An anticipated release

Winter

That shall go to Winter, hands down! I can’t wait to get my hands on this! That reminds me, I should probably get my reviews up on the previous books in the series so I don’t have to rush them when I finish reading this installment of the series.

M&Ms – A book with a colorful cover

I feel like I answer this for literally everything, but I’m going to go with A Thousand Pieces of You. I mean, just LOOK at the cover!

A Thousand Pieces of You

If that isn’t colorful, I don’t know what is. Its sequel’s cover is just as colorful too! This series sure knows how to attract attention.

Milky Way – Name a book that makes you feel all gooey in the middle.

Carry On

Umm… almost every contemporary romance?! Have to say, I’m kind of a sucker for those. But I’m going to go with Carry On by Rainbow Rowell, because although it’s technically a fantasy, that isn’t to say it didn’t have romance—and the romance was perfectly done!

Sugar Babies – An underrated book or character

Although my immediate answer would be Shadow Falls—I’ve used that answer so many times for questions like these that it’s become a natural thought—I’m going to go with a different answer this time and choose the Goddess War series by Kendare Blake. I haven’t heard of this series being talked about much, though it definitely deserves to be! Great for Greek Mythology lovers. 😉

Sour Patch Kids – A book that started off sour and ended up being sweet.

I’m honestly having such a blank space in my head right now. *Cue Blank Space music* I know I answered a question like this before for another tag, but I just can’t remember my answer. Oh well. I think I’m going to go with The Heir by Kiera Cass for this! To be precise it kind of went up and down on the sour-and-sweet scale, but overall it started off kind of iffy but I liked it by the end of it.

The Heir

Hershey Kiss – Your favorite first kiss!

Okay, this is a question where I think I’m going to have to skip. You’d think it was such an easy question, but there are so many first kisses I love, so I honestly can’t choose just one. Nope! You all know how terrible I am with choosing just one.

Favorite book to read during Halloween-time?

Anything creepy! Having read not many Halloween-type books, I can’t exactly say what’s my favorite. Although from the ones I have read I definitely enjoyed Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs, The Dead List by Jennifer Armentrout and some other ones. 😉


So that’s it for this Halloween-themed book tag! Tell me; what would you answer for these? I’m not going to be tagging anyone, but if you comment down below that you’re interested, I’ll definitely add your name to the post! What scary books do you recommend? And also; what is your favourite Halloween candy or chocolate? Yes, this is an important question. 🙂

Trick or Treat and Happy Halloween!

Until the Next Meal, Analee

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7 thoughts on “It’s Halloween! | Trick or Treat Book Tag

  1. OOH WINTER IS COMING OUT WINTER IS COMING WINTER IS COMING…
    VEDA AND ANALEE ARE DANCING VEDA AND ANALEE ARE DANCING!!

    Girl, lovely post. You never fail to enlighten me with your posts. They feel so much like you are just straightforward talking to me, and I absolutely love it! I love that feeling because I so would like to meet you. We are totally best friends already, and so we can go book hunting when we hitch up one day. You are amazing and brilliant and wonderful. Oh, and delicious. You got the joke? Yeah, I’ll stop.

    I am so excited for the release of Winter. I finished Cress back in Spring, like April, and I have been dying inside bit by bit ever since. We so need to fangirl and sob together after reading it.

    Love and books,
    Veda

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