Friday, September 20, 2013

#BookTube Friday! The Autumn Book Tag!

I recently completed the Autumn Book Tag, created by the super awesome Dani On Books. "Tags" in the BookTube world are a lot like memes in the blogosphere. Fun little discussion points that allow us to share and nurture that good ole community feeling.

Plus, ya know, we get to show off our books.

Feel free to take this little "survey" to the blogosphere! You'll find the questions below the video.

 


  1. What is your favorite thing about autumn?
  2. What book reminds you of school?
  3. What is one of your favorite autumn-related book covers? 
  4. What is your favorite horror or Halloween story?
  5. What are some of your favorite horror films?
  6. What is a book release you're looking forward to this autumn?
  7. What is a film release you're looking forward to this autumn?
  8. What are three books you want to read this autumn?
Have fun!

12 comments:

  1. Since we moved north to South Carolina we do get a little relief from the heat. I really like it when the days are warm but the nights cool down.

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    1. Ohhh yes. I remember that about the Carolinas! :)

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  2. When I think of what I read in high school all I can think of is Stephen King. I picked up IT in my 20s and had to quit reading it...could not deal with a clown in a sewer. Ewww. And I LOVE Sarah Waters. We read The Little Stranger aloud during a road trip and its one I've been wanting to reread. She has a new novel coming out next year! Great vlog (is that the correct terminology?)!

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    1. Ha! Clown in the sewer was pretty gross, but Pet Sematery was the one I simply could not read. Kids, pets, coming back to life. Ugh! I'm so excited Sarah Waters has a new novel coming out! Squeee!

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  3. I saw the Norwegian Wood cover and got pretty excited! I have to say though, it doesn't remind me of school at all. The book that I think of most when it comes to school is A Separate Peace. It's boarding school drama which heavy themes. LOVE.

    Horror films! Love them! I love Halloween, the original. It's a cinematic masterpiece.

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    1. LOL, like I say, it's because of the time I read it myself and it included college students of a comparable age to myself at that time. I have never read A Separate Peace, but it's one I'd like to get around to.

      Original Halloween was pretty darn good. We watched that in one of my film studies classes and had a blast with it.

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  4. Yep, break in the heat is the best part of autumn, too. (Happens later here too though, hahaha)

    Ohhhhh that Kingslover cover reminds me of autumn in Maine. *drool*

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    1. Amen sister!

      Isn't it pretty? Just wanna pet it.

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  5. I really liked Kavalier & Clay on audio; it's a very unique story. I was disappointed when I read I Capture The Castle when I read it, too many people raving about it at the time I picked it up. But it's one I've continued to think about and like more as time passes.

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    1. I'm sorry you were disappointed with I Capture the Castle. It's quite continuously hyped, though, so I can see how it could happen. I'm glad it's improved as time goes along!

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  6. I'm right there with you - looking forward to Autumn to finally having a break in the Texas heat! :)

    Hope you get to Affinity by Sarah Waters - so good.

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    1. Amen! It was a beautiful weekend here. Plenty of rain on Friday and cooler temps on Saturday. Love it!

      I hope I do, too. I'm determined!

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