Fall Bucket List Book Tag

There is nothing I love more than fall! Except maybe winter…

A huge thank you to my friend Caitlin from Caitlin Althea for tagging me in this and to Tiffany from Read by Tiffany for creating the tag and the adorable graphics!

The Rules

  • Link back to the original creator in your post.
  • Feel free to use any of my graphics in your post, or create your own!
  • Tag 7 other people at the end of your post, and let them know you’ve tagged them. 

I don’t really read lighthearted books? It’s only the first questions and I’m already stumped…

Oh! I got one! Truly Madly Royally by Debbie Rigaud is perfect! This story is so adorable and funny and an absolute delight. It released back in July but it’s been flying pretty under the radar so far which is a shame. It’s absolutely worth the read and you’ll breeze through it!

[Related – Review: Truly Madly Royally by Debbie Rigaud]

The last major hype book I read was Scythe by Neal Shusterman. Not gonna lie, I was pretty freaking nervous to read it and I was fully prepared to let everybody down and be the black sheep. I actually really loved it though? And as soon as I finished it I put the rest of the series on hold at the library.

[Related – Force Me to Read… Scythe by Neal Shusterman]

Their friendship goes through a lot of changes and growth in Let’s Talk About Love but I absolutely adore Alice, Feenie, and Ryan together. They are so fun and the way they just inherently understand each other is incredible. Things came between them but they stuck by each other and worked it out. I almost wish they were real so I could join their friend group.

[Related – Review: Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann]

I know I’m repeating myself here but y’all A Constellation of Roses just filled me with so much hope. It’s an incredible found family story and I need all of you to read it. Plus, there are so many instances of yummy pie being talked about and consumed. How could your heart not be warmed at the mention of fresh warm pie?

[Related – Sensational Sophomores: Miranda Asebedo’s Playlist Inspired by A Constellation of Roses]

Hello, yes, I haven’t mentioned it in a while but I really loved Midsummer’s Mayhem by Rajani LaRocca. It’s an adorable middle grade novel that’s a retelling of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The main character, Mimi, is so cute and such a good baker! Everything she makes sounds delicious and LaRocca does a really great job of describing it all. There are even recipes in the back of the book!

[Related – Review: Midsummer’s Mayhem by Rajani LaRocca]

There is some really great humor in Hello Girls. A lot of it is dark and it really caught me off guard when I would find myself laughing. I just really loved and appreciated the subtlety of it all. It matched the story perfectly.

[Related – Review: Hello Girls by Brittany Cavallaro and Emily Henry]

I Tag…

And if you want to do this but I didn’t tag you then go ahead! You can say I tagged you if you want!

8 thoughts on “Fall Bucket List Book Tag”

  1. Thank you tagging me Mari! For some reason every time I visit your blog wordpress tells me that I don’t follow you? So every time I click the follow button. Thought I’d let you know in case I’m not the only one with that problem.

    Anyway, I love this tag, the graphics are so cute! I’ve now added Midsummer’s Mayhem and Hello Girls to my TBR. I’ll get onto doing this one ASAP before fall (or Spring in Australia’s case) is over aha.


  2. Somehow I haven’t read any of the books in this tag, and I’m really sad! I am really glad that you enjoyed Scythe though! It’s one of those books that I keep adding and removing from my TBR. I really don’t know whether I want to read it or not, haha. Loved reading your answers ❤


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