Happy Halloween everyone! I hope y’all are having a great day! I was debating over the past couple of day about doing another Halloween tag for today since I did a handful of them in the Spooky Halloween Tag, and this morning the lovely Leelynn @ Sometimes Leelynn Reads tagged me to do the Night Film Book Tag!
Hocus Pocus – A character you wished lived on for forever
No shocker, but I’m going to have to say Will Herondale. Y’all the boy captivated my heart from the very first moment.
Scream – A Book that was hilariously scary
Mmmm… as I’ve said before (many times to be exact) I don’t do scary. The scariest thing I can think of at the moment is when a certain character with a large wingspan bout died in ACOWAR and had me bawling.
Coraline – A fictional world you wished you lived in
I’d love to live in Illea from The Selection… only if I can marry Maxon.
Halloweentown – Name a book that if full of magic!
Sorcery of Thorns because a) it is and b) that was the first book that came to mind. Other books would included the Hex Hall series by Rachel Hawkins, The Vampire Diaries by L. J. Smith, and Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim
The Nightmare before Christmas – A book you read during the wrong season
I think I had read My True Love Gave to Me by Stephanie Perkins during the summertime. I was apparently going for the whole Christmas in July vibes.
Beetlejuice – Name a character that haunts you
ALL OF THEM. I know Tris did after I had read Allegiant during middle school because of the ending of the book.
Rocky Horror Picture Show – A book that you think would be better as a musical
I’m going to have to say You’d Be Mine by Erin Hanh because it’s a story about two country singers’ story about dealing with grief and dealing with their budding relationship in the public eye. I can see it right now. Clay and Annie dancing around on the stage and belting country love songs!
Edward Scissorhands – A story you wish you could cut up
Kissing Ted Callahan. I just couldn’t with this book. The MC was a sophomore in high school, I think, and I felt like she was acting like a middle schooler. If I had read it during middle school, I might have liked it a little more, but to be a YA book, the MC’s voice was a little to immature for me.
It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown – A book that reminds you of your childhood.
The Candy Apple Book Series, Goosebumps, and Twilight (I know that’s a leap but I had read Twilight during the 5th grade.)
Ghostbusters – A book with a catchy tagline
Excuse me while I look at some books to find a good tagline.
“Every cure has a cost.”– The Complication by Suzanne Young
“These Royals will ruin you”– Paper Princess by Erin Watt
I’m tagging YOU! If you do this tag, make sure to tag me so I can see it!
Happy reading until next time,