Blogtober 2019 · Book Tags

BLOGTOBER DAY 22: Spooky Book Tag!

Hi everyone!

Today I’m back with another book tag – but this one is a SPOOKY one! I found this one when I was on the hunt for Halloween book tags, and this one I saw on Booker T’s Farm so go check it out!

Let’s go!divider-2461548_1280

Corn Maze:
What book had you lost and confused from the very beginning?

The Versions of Us by Laura Barnett – I don’t know why but this book just left me super confused from the first chapter.


Haunted House:
What book has the creepiest setting?

Lock Every Door by Riley Sager is set in an isolated apartment with people who keep going missing – I mean it was pretty creepy to me!

Ghost Boyfriend:
Who is your eternal ghost boyfriend?

Jesse from The Mediator series by Meg Cabot – If you haven’t read this series then GO READ IT NOW!

Caramel Apple Suckers:
The best dang Halloween book ever

Dracula by Bram Stoker ALWAYS!

Vampires in Everything:
What is your least favorite Halloween trope?

People who hear a noise when they’re home alone and go INVESTIGATE IT. WHY AREN’T YOU RUNNING THE HECK AWAY?????

Pumpkins in Everything:
Your favorite Halloween trope

Creepy atmospheric settings when someone has to hide from a monster or another person and it’s tense as heck!

Evil Incarnate:
The most evil villain

Moriarty because he is truly an evil genius!

Ouija Board:
A book that messes with things you don’t want to be involved in

IT by Stephen King – I do NOT want to mess with clowns in ANY SITUATION OKAY

Full Moon:
What character do you turn into during the full moon?

A vampire – I avoid the light and I’m nocturnal

All Hallow’s Eve :
The other world and this world have meshed up for one night; what book would you love to be swept up in? 

City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab because I love the setting of Edinburgh and I want to be friends with Cassie!

Voodoo Doll:
What author would you like to take control of and make them write whatever you want

Christina Lauren – I’d just get them to write whatever they wanted, but just something new for me to read!

Black Cat:
What red flags do you look for when you are starting a book?

I don’t really look for any specifically

Witches Brew:
A book that had a lot of different components thrown in but the result was magical

The Raven Cycle – it has so many different aspects, friends, family and psychic aspects and I loved it!divider-2461548_1280

I tag:

Ash – For The Love of Books

Beth – All the Bright Book Places

Sarah – Book Hooked Nook

I hope you enjoyed this post as much as I did – I absolutely LOVE spooky tags, so let me know what your thoughts were below!

Until next time,

Keep Reading!

Meggan x

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