Night Film Book Tag
An Original Book Tag based off of classic Halloween films
- Answer the prompts.
- Tag some friends.
- Link back to this post, and be sure to mention the creator (Sam @ Fictionally Sam)
- Have fun!
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Hocus Pocus – A character you wished lived on for forever
Hana from Hana to Akuma. She was such a cute character in the Manga and so so precious! The world would be a much better place if there were Hana’s running around.
Scream – A book that was hilariously scary
Confession….I haven’t read a horror story in a while. Not even a funny mystery type….If you have any recommendations, let me know!
Coraline – A fictional world you wished you lived in
But if I had to choose one….it’d be the Day Court from Prythian in ACOTAR. The decision was pretty much set in stone when they mentioned the Thousand libraries.
Imagine all the books at your disposal! *dreamily sighs* A girl could only wish.
Halloweentown – Name a book that is full of magic!
Shugo Chara by Peach-Pit
The story is filled with such wonder and magical moments! Every time I re-read the series, my heart gets all mushy!
The Nightmare Before Christmas – A book you read during the wrong season
The Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead.
I always read this book during December, nearer to Christmas for some reason. The books mention Christmas like once or twice yet every year that’s the book I re-read during the holidays…
Beetlejuice – Name a character that haunts you
Yeah, I said it.
And I’m going to stick to it.
Edward always made me uncomfortable when I read the books back when I was like 12. I tried re-reading the books as an adult and he still gives me the heebie jeebies.
Rocky Horror Picture Show – A book that you think would be better as a musical
I’m not big on musicals so I really cannot say I’ve ever thought about this….hmm….
Edward Scissorhands – A story you wish you could cut up
The list is long, fellow bookworms…the list is very very long.
Tears of Tess (Monsters in the Dark, #1) by Pepper Winters is one of the many and most definitely in the top 10. I don’t even remember how I got around to having this book, where I picked it up or why but dudes….
High Trigger Warning.
It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown – A book that reminds you of your childhood
Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine.
You can read my mini review on it here: Throw Back Thursday Chapter One
Ghostbusters – A book with a catchy tagline
“Let Them Fear Her”
Wicked Saints by Emily A Duncan
I tag you!