The Fall Bucket List Book Tag

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Autumn is awesome! I can’t be the only one that loves autumnal activities- which is why I am so excited to do this fall bucket list book tag! Thank you so much to the terrific Tiffany for tagging me to do her fantastic new fall tag! I really enjoyed these prompts and absolutely loved the graphics as well, so am glad she says you can use them in the post πŸ˜€

The Rules
  • Link back to theoriginal creatorΒ 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.

light a scented candle

my lady jane

My Lady Jane– this funny take on Lady Jane Grey is the epitome of light-hearted! Which is surprising, considering how dark the history is… but never mind that, because even historical-accuracy-stick-in-the-muds (like me) can enjoy the heck out of this book!

drink pumpkin spiced lattes

six of crows

Six of Crows– this book is so deserving of the hype!!! And it’s the kind of dark and atmospheric read that really suits the autumnal months!

apple picking


Harry Potter– I mean, is there another answer? Whether you love the Golden Trio, the Marauders or Dumbledore’s Army, this book is packed with charming friendships.

cozy sweater

goose girl

Goose Girl– this is an older Middle Grade read, but it’s definitely the kind of book that makes me all warm and fuzzy inside.

cinnamon rolls

to all the boys

To All the Boys I Loved Before- Tiffany predicted that most people are gonna pick Lara Jean… and I am indeed doing just that! But this book isn’t just about a talented chef- it’s so much more than that! The romance, the family aspect and individuality of the characters all blend perfectly to create the ultimate YA contemporary!

pile of leaves

northanger abbey

Northanger Abbey– ahh Austen always has the power to make me squeal with delight! And this parody of a gothic novel is just right for (us scaredy cats in) spooktober!

That was so much fun! I’m tagging:Β Kelly, Lucy, Keira, Rachael, Lisa, Bookmark your thoughts, Journey into Books, Kristin Kraves, Green Tea Librarian, Emily @Embuhleeliest, Miminkling and anyone else that wants to do it!

What cosy books you most like for autumn? Let me know in the comments!


55 thoughts on “The Fall Bucket List Book Tag

  1. I REALLY need to read My Lady Jane. I read the second one, which was pretty good! Oooo … Harry Potter is a perfect answer for friendships!

    WHY DID I NOT THINK OF LARA JEAN?!?!?!?!?! Oh my gosh … I feel so dumb.

    Thank you for tagging me! ❀ I was tagged and have it planned, but now I want to switch my chef answer … though I won't … blarg.

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  2. I just finished Six of Crows last night (or early this morning at midnight, rather :’)). It had been on my TBR for ove a year, and WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG?!?! I am in LOVE with the characters, & I need to get down to the bookstore for the sequel asap. Haven’t read any of the Grisha trilogy, so I’m excited to dig into those too! It’s definitely a perfect read for these moody Autumnal months hehe. Now that I’ve finished SoC, I’m planning on digging into Northanger Abbey, and I am so excited!! Harry Potter is the PERFECT series to read this time of year; I love this selection xx

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    1. AHH I’m so so glad you liked it!! That series was fantastic- really hope you like the sequel too!! I really agree with you that it’s perfect for autumnal months as well!! Oh fantastic- I love that book πŸ˜€ Absolutely!! Thank you!! xx

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  3. This tag looks so fun, thanks for tagging me!!!

    I definitely agree with a lot of your answers. Goose Girl was one of my favorites in middle school and I was devastated when one of my dogs chewed it up one day πŸ˜‚

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    1. hehe well I hope you’re enjoying the spring- it’s a lovely time of year!!
      Ah fair enough- I hope it works out better next time around, but if it doesn’t work for you that’s okay, plenty of other books out there!


  4. I just finished reading Northanger Abbey, and it was an absolute delight! The perfect spooky book for Halloween, but also made me giggle quite a bit.

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  5. Ahhh The Goose Girl!! That book always makes me feel warm inside ❀ You've picked such perfect books for all of these – Six of Crows is definitely worth the hype, and Northanger Abbey would be such a fun book to read around this time of year!

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  6. YAY!! I’m so excited to see that you did this tag ❀ I love your answers for all of these prompts. Six of Crows is SO AMAZING and definitely worth all the hype, and I love the Golden Trio in HP πŸ™‚ Lara Jean is also such a perfect choice and my favorite baker!!

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  7. AWWWWWW THIS IS SUCH A BEAUTIFUL TAG! πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ‘»πŸ‘»πŸ˜±πŸ˜±πŸ˜±πŸ˜± AND YOU INCLUDED NORTHANGER ABBEYYY!?!?!?!? 😍😍😍😍😍😍 God, I FUCKING LOVE THAT ONE! EVEN that 2011 adaptation was on-point, yeah!? 😍😍

    Fucking LOOVEEE this post! β€οΈπŸ‘»πŸ‘»

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  8. I really want to read My Lady Jane! I have heard that it’s a really funny book, so when I’m in the mood for humour I’m definitely going to be picking it up. πŸ˜€ Northanger Abbey is a book that I read years ago and I remember enjoying it a lot, but I don’t actually remember much about it. I should probably reread it in the future. Great post! πŸ™‚

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  9. Oh my gosh, how fun! Her graphics are so cute & I love that it’s like a bucket list & tag at the same time. I may have to fill this one out on my blog! I enjoyed reading your answers, thanks so much for sharing. 😊


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