End of Summer Book Tag


The end of summer is upon us. Goodbye to lazy Saturdays, beach holidays and endless bar-b-ques.  Hello to Friday Night Lights, fall festivals and pumpkin flavored everything. I hope everyone had a great summer!

Thanks to Write Your Destiny for the tag.


Thank the person who tagged you.

Tag at least thirteen people.


What was your Favorite Book this Summer?

That is really hard to say…

As far as a fun, entertaining book with a summery feel, I will say that I See London I See France was my favorite read this year.


I See London I See France Review

What was your Least Favorite Book this Summer?

Definitely A Discovery of Witches.  Not to say this book is bad. I just have very mixed feelings about it.


A Discovery of Witches Review

What Book Did you wish You had read this Summer?

I kept seeing A Court of Wings and Ruin and even picked it up to read before realizing it was the last book in a trilogy. Sigh.


What was your Favorite Classic you read this summer?(If you didn’t read one this summer than in general.)

I didn’t read a classic this summer. However, my all-time favorite is Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe. I have read it 1/2 a dozen times and cry every single time.


Did you stray into a different genre and pick up a new and exciting book?

Yes. Typically I read classics and cozy mysteries. All summer I have been reading YA, fantasy, sci-fi books. One book I read this summer that I loved was:


Sea of Shadows Review

What was your favorite movie adaptation this summer?

I didn’t really watch any movies this summer. I am excited for Ready Player One to come out next year.


Ready Player One Review

What was your favorite new release book?


A Song of the Current Review

I Tag:

Anybody that feels like saying goodbye to summer.


2 thoughts on “End of Summer Book Tag

  1. Plot Monster says:

    Oh, I love pumpkin! I usually always have pumpkin spice Scentsy burning.

    If you read Uncle Tom’s Cabin, let me know what you think. The first few pages can be tough getting used to the dialect she uses, but after that it gets easier.


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