The Fall Book Tag! ☕ 🍂

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Okay. It has been about FOREVER since I’ve posted something, but I swear I’m not leaving for good!! I just haven’t gotten around to blogging lately with, well…just everything in life. ANYWAYS it’s been quite a while since I’ve gone tag hunting and after some thorough searching on my reader I found this and literally screamed PERFECT. Obviously I wasn’t actually tagged, so thank you Bionic Bookworm for creating this! (Loving the graphics!)

The Rules:

  • Please link back to me, Bionic Book Worm, as the creator of this tag!! I want to see your answers!!
  • Use the graphics – if you want 🙂
  • Have fun!

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We Are Okay: Nina LaCour

Funny story I actually ordered this thinking it was a graphic novel, and was disappointed at first but don’t worry that didn’t last for long!! I read this book a while back actually but I can’t help but pick this because of (not to be repetitive) how fresh and different the writing felt. I loved the way the story was told, and the mystery was carefully revealed. It was so unlike any other book and definitely stood out.

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I Am Number Four: Pittacus Lore

So basically I was going to do ACOTAR for this one but this book is literally an ombre of red and oranges! Perfect. I thought the book itself was fairly mediocre, and definitely not to the level where I wanted to read all the other books. Not bad though, and probably worth reading. It just wasn’t anything too special.

 

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 The Unexpected Everything: Morgan Matson

What a stereo typical cute little contemporary. I adore all Morgan Matson books because they’re just the right amount of cute to be borderline cheesy. Plus this cover, let’s be real, is one of the best contemporary covers ever. They’re always just so freaking CHEESY.

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 Lady Midnight: Cassandra Clare

It’s both this book and Lord of Shadows with dramatic endings, but really I only own LOS on my kindle which I didn’t feel like charging sooo…I didn’t really feel like Livvy’s death was super huge, but I was really looking forward to Livvy, Kit, and Ty being the next Jace, Izzy, and Simon. Anyone feel me? I was pretty surprised that Clare killed her off though, because let’s be real, she resurrects all of her characters…wait a second…

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 A Court of Mist and Fury: Sarah J. Mass

Dang, what better book is there? This book just constantly always keeps the reader interested with some sort of drama and THAT is how I finished it in 72 hours ladies and gentleman. I vividly remember not ever being able to put this book down, and carrying it absolutely everywhere. If you’re considering reading this series, just do it. You will have no regrets, I swear.

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Queen of Air and Darkness: Cassandra Clare

I’m excited for ALL Cassandra Clare books, because I know, there’s word spreading about all the upcoming releases currently. But honestly, I’m MOST excited for the next Dark Artifices book because I pretty much fell in love with the Blackthorns. I’m not a huge fan of the title, I feel like it should be more brief…The briefer with the more symbolism the better. Unfortunately it won’t be until next year that I’ll get to catch up with Julian and Emma, and I’m already super hyped.

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Tagging everyone who needs some fall vibes on their book blog :))

13 thoughts on “The Fall Book Tag! ☕ 🍂

  1. Hey Sarah, if you have time, I was wondering how you put in those social media icons on your sidebar… Did you use a plugin? I’ve been wanting to do that for a while and couldn’t figure out how…

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    • Ahhhh yes that took me FOREVER to figure out!! I literally asked everyone and researched it so much and I FINALLY found how a while ago. If you look it up all it does is tell you to get a plug in but only wordpress.org users can get them for some reason. It’s actually really easy: so what you do is find the image of the social media icon you want to put on your blog. They need to be separate images so cut them up if you have to on be funky.com or picmonkey. Then put all the buttons next to each other in the size you want them on your blog in a new blog post. (a draft) highlight each image and add a link to your social media website. Then go to customize and then widgets. Add a text widget. Go back to your post and click on the html button in the right hand corner. Copy and paste all the coding. Don’t copy any extra space. Then paste it into the text widget and that’s it!

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