Its not often these days I get the time to take part in book tags, but after I was tagged by the fabulous Sharon over at ChapterInMyLife I thought it would definitely be a fun tag to take part in.
Scroll down to the bottom to see who I’m tagging – and if your name is mentioned, please comment below and send me a link to your post (no pressure to take part, I know how busy everyone is).To take part then simply have a look at the books I have chosen for each title; then you chose your book – I can’t wait to see what you all come up with!
APPLE PICKING (A book on your TBR pile that looks so good you can’t wait to take a bite out of it!)
RagDoll by Daniel Cole
I’m desperate to read this one and I love the cover, it’s near the The top of my TBR and I can’t wait to read it
CORN MAZE (A book that is fun to get lost in)
Lizzie’s Christmas Escape by Christie Barlow
I mostly read crime and psychological thrillers but every now and then I like to pick up a book that helps me to escape for a couple of hours and Christie Barlow is the author I always turn to when I’m looking for a fun read
HAUNTED HOUSE (A Book that scares you silly)
It by Stephen King
I read this book years ago and I’m sure this book is where my fear of clowns originated from basically there’s this murderous monster clown invisible to adults who feeds on children in a small Maine town.. I couldn’t read this book now it would seriously scare me! and how can anyone think clowns are funny, I think there anything but! A certain author mentioning no names (Caroline Mitchel) seems to have great delight in sending me clown GIF I can’t think why!
PUMPKIN PATCH (last book you picked up/purchased)
Snatched From Home and I Know Your Secret by Graham Smith
I bought two books at the same time after I read Noelle’s rave reviews for them over at CrimeBookJunkie
SCENIC DRIVES (a book that is lyrically beautiful)
Cartes Postales from Greece by Victoria Hislop
This one is on my TBR pile and just looking at the cover, the beautiful photographs and the descriptive writing it conjures up images of Greece
PUMPKIN CARVING (A book you didn’t enjoy so much and you wouldn’t mind carving up!)
Baby Doll by Hollie Overton some bloggers raved over this book, but I really struggled with this one and found it a mediocre read and the characters just grated on me
DRINKING APPLE CIDER (A book to curl up under the covers with)
Any of the of the books in the Erika Foster series by Robert Bryndza, I love his books he’s probably my favourite author at the moment and I totally loose myself once I start reading one his books.
JUMPING IN A PILE OF LEAVES (A book that reminds you of your childhood)
Any book by Enid Blyton reminds me of my childhood I use to save up my pocket money to buy them, I loved all her books. Whilst looking for a photo to add to this post I was shocked…. WHAT have they done to the covers? the new updated covers are hideous! I loved the retro look of the original ones
SCARY MOVIE NIGHT (favourite spooky read)
Time To Die by Caroline Mitchell
This is the second book in the Jennifer Knight series which has a paranormal element to it, add to the mix ravens (which terrify me!) and it made for a very spooky read.
Emma at http://damppebbles.com
Emma at http://www.emmathelittlebookworm.wordpress.com
Janel at http://keeperofpages.wordpress.com
kaisha at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com
Jo at https://mychestnutreadingtree.wordpress.com
and anyone else who is reading this and wants to take part
Yay great choices! X
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Thanks for the tag Sharon x
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Thank you for tagging me. But 😱 you can’t carve up Baby Doll, I really enjoyed it lol…I do love reading differing opinions on books.
Snatched From Home sound very good, I will be checking that one out!
Sorry Janel but I carved it😂😂 I’m hoping to get to Snatched From Home soon x