Pumpkin Book Tag

I’m oh so happy that Thanksgiving break is here. I’m definitely reflecting on everything that is going on right now and making the most of the break from work. With that I decided to do a fall-themed book tag and I must admit I love pumpkin-flavored things (except PSL’s only because I don’t drink coffee…)

I got this tag over at Milliebot Reads, check out the original post here!


Pumpkin: A writer you always make a point to read in October

Hmm, I’m not much of a seasonal reader, but I must say I’m super happy that we decided to begin rereading Harry Potter in October!

Pumpkin Spice: A work you would read to impress a millennial

Um, I don’t think that is a thing. I don’t read to impress people, I read to enjoy myself?

Pumpkin Pie: A work that makes you think of autumn

Stephanie Perkin’s short stories, My True Love Gave to Me.

Pumpkin Cheesecake: A work that was challenging to read but was a rewarding experience

 

The Martian by Andy Weir. There were times when I was reading it that it was very scientific and I’m glad I stuck through it though!

Pumpkin Bread: An underrated work by a well-known writer

Scythe by Neal Shusterman. Shusterman is definitely better known for his Unwind series (which is forever on my TBR) but I absolutely loved Scythe.

Pumpkin Soup: A work that you first enjoyed, but then lost interest

 

Paper Towns by John Green. By the end of the book, I just didn’t get the same reaction that I normally get with one of his books, the characters also really frustrated me.

Pumpkin Doughnut: A light, five-star read

I’ll go with Anna and the French Kiss. I really want to reread those books soon.

Pumpkin Picking: Within the last year, in which genre did you purchase the most books

Most definitely fantasy!

Pumpkin Carving: A work that could have been trimmed down

 

Both books in Cassandra Clare’s new series, The Dark Artifices series.

Pumpkin Painting: A book with magnificent illustrations

Ugh, Harry Potter illustrated editions 100%.

Pumpkin Ice Cream: The most random work you would recommend

Probably A Madness So Discreet by Mindy McGinnis. It’s a fantastic book and over here at Thrice Read we love some McGinnis books.

What is your favorite way to enjoy pumpkin/what is your favorite dish where pumpkin is the main ingredient?

My boyfriend’s mother makes the best pumpkin sheet cake I have ever tasted in my entire life. I love that thing.

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2 thoughts on “Pumpkin Book Tag

  1. I had the same issue with Paper Towns (though I read it a handful of years ago and don’t think I could finish it now if I tried to re-read – he’s just not my type anymore). I liked Q, but the end of the book took a really weird turn.

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