It’s the middle of October now and that means Halloween is just around the corner! Everyone and everything is getting ready for Halloween!
To be honest, I’m a complete chicken when it comes to scary/creepy things but that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy the festivities that come with the holiday. What better way to celebrate the spooky spirit than with a book tag?
This tag was created by Naomi The Book Lover over on YouTube. I wasn’t tagged by anyone per say but no one needs to know that 😉
Halloween is approaching and I still don’t know what I’m going to dress up as. Chances are I’m going to procrastinate on making my costume to the very last minute, like I do every year.
I was tagged by the lovely Heather over at The Sassy Book Geek! Don’t forget to check out her blog and give her some love! ❤ (This tag was originally created by Clever Fox!)
Although I love the holiday of Halloween, I am a big chicken. I don’t like scary things. I don’t like scary movies, and I’m terrified of haunted houses. You can’t get me within a mile of a haunted house, no matter how mild the scares are.
I also don’t read a lot of scary books either. I’ve got a fairly vivid and irrational imagination, and I don’t need scary stories to help me conjure up monsters in my head. That being said, a lot of my book choices for this tag won’t actually be all that scary.
Halloween is right around the corner (now that I think about it, it’s tomorrow) and I thought that this tag would be great to get into the spooky spirit. Some may argue that I’m too old to trick or treat, but I’m in denial. Everyone is young enough to go trick or treating if they want to.
Anyway, I was tagged by the lovely Heather over at The Sassy Book Geek. Thanks so much for tagging me! Don’t forget to check out her blog!
This tag was created by Katytastic on YouTube.
The rules are simple. All you’re supposed to do is pick your favorite book with a certain creature of the night listed. I’m going to try and not put a Harry Potter book for every category.
Over the years, I have noticed that there are 20 types of people during Halloween. To the young trick-or-treaters, to the elderly, everyone does something on Halloween.