Hello, everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful Saturday! 😀
Fall is right upon us, or, at least, it should be. Truth be told, lately, we’ve been getting temperatures well above 20ºC here in Portugal, and while I do like nice weather, I miss the cold days and, besides, the reason behind this event is to be concerned about. However, during the past week, it finally started raining and I couldn’t be happier – except the fact that I’m now sick because of this weird changes
Anyway, today I decided to share with you The Fall Book Tag 😛 Thank you, Sophie, @ Blame It On Chocolate for tagging me ❤ Don’t forget to check out her blog to read her own post and see the lovely Halloween designs she currently has! ^^
- Please link back to Bionic Book Worm, as the creator of this tag!! She wants to see your answers!!
- Use the graphics – if you want 🙂
- Have fun!
I didn’t want to repeat Sophie’s answer, even though I found it appropriate, and so I decided on Stalking Jack the Ripper. Although it had a few clichés, this book is so cool and fresh in its own way!
I’ll never be able to forget the end of Only Ever Yours. I really can’t say much without getting into details, but while it wasn’t exactly a surprising ending, it was one I expected the main character could avoid.
I’m gonna go with To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han. That book is seriously adorable!
I couldn’t find a book that reminds me of Fall, so I decided to stick to the colours. I found this one while searching on my Goodreads shelves and decided to share it – A Wizard’s Forge is not a book I talk about often.
Definitely A Court of Wings and Ruin. There’s always something happening!
People always associate pumpkin spice, especially lattes, with popularity or anticipation, but fun fact, I’ve never tried it. 😂
Anyway, the book I’m most excited to read right now would be Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls. It was recently translated into Portuguese and so I saw it at the bookstore and fell in love. The design on the cover and also from what I could see inside is amazing!