Finally Fall Book Tag

Yay! Another Tag.  Nuria from Unwrapped Dreams tagged me in the Finally Fall Book Tag. Thank you Nuria, always fun to be tagged, especially a tag fan as me!
Here we go,

In fall, the air is crips and clear: name a book with a vivid setting.
All of Terry Pratchett books that I've read. The Color of Magic has such a vivid
setting. The way Terry Pratchett describes Discworld is fantastic.

Nature is beautiful, but also dying: name a book that is beautifully written, but also deals with a heavy topic like loss or grief.
Love you, Hate you, Miss you by Elizabeth Scott. The main character, Amy, has to deal with the loss of her best friend. The story was beautiful written and almost made me cry. A very emotional read.

Fall is back to school season: share a non-fiction book that taught you something new.
Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea. I always love to learn new things and last year I read Nothing to Envy. It's such a interesting and very sad book. It tells you real stories about people who lived under a terrible regime and how they escaped.

In order to keep warm, it’s good to spend some time with the people we love: name a fictional family/household/friend-group that you’d like to be part of.
There are so much! Let's see, I want to be friends with everyone in From What I Remember by Stacy Kramer & Valerie Thomas. I loved all of those characters. Will is my favourite and I want him to be my best friend. He is super hilarious and we would have so much fun together.

I also want to spend time with Piper from Five Flavors of Dumb by Antony John. Pipers family is very caring and supportive. I would love to hang out with them.


The colourful leaves are piling up on the ground: show us a pile of fall-coloured spines.
Okay, this is difficult to do, because most of my books are in boxes. If you don't know, I used to live abroad and now I'm back in the Netherlands. But, I'll try with the new books that I bought. Not showing the spines, but the covers. :)




Fall is the perfect time for storytelling by the fireside: share a book wherein somebody is telling a story.
I don't really know.

The nights are getting darker: share a dark, creepy read.
The Silence by Tim Lebbon! I haven't written a review for it yet, but everyone who loves a great horror story needs to read The Silence. This book was super creepy,  super intense and just so so good!

The days are getting colder: name a short, heartwarming read that could warm up somebody’s cold and rainy day.
Short read? How about The Boy in the Dress by David Walliams. It has 288 pages, not too long right? I really loved this book, it was super cute and charming.

Fall returns every year: name an old favourite that you’d like to return to soon.
Raised by Wolves by Jennifer Lynn Barnes. Why? Years ago I read this book and I really loved it, but I never picked up the second book in the series. So, I really want to reread it again and then finish the series.

Oh and Strange Angels by Lili St.Crow. Strange Angels is my favourite series. I freaking adore every book in the series. I need to reread the Strange Angels books.


Fall is the perfect time for cozy reading nights: share your favourite cozy reading “accessories”. 
I don't have any! I think. Whoops.


Spread the AUTUMN appreciation. 
If you like tags, then YOU're tagged! Looking forward to all of your answers.
Just let me know in the comments and I will check it out. 

Blodeuedd  – (18 november 2017 om 09:51)  

I think I will just enjoy your answers instead of trying to write my own :)

Annemieke  – (18 november 2017 om 12:54)  

Oh The Girl with All the Gifts. I'm curious about that one. :)

Nina  – (19 november 2017 om 04:49)  

@Blodeuedd: haha! Well, if you ever change you mind this post will be on the blog forever. :)

@Annemieke: It's really good!

Lynn  – (19 november 2017 om 05:43)  

I just finished The Girl with All the Gifts this month and I absolutely loved it! I hope you will too! Have a great week and happy reading!

Nina  – (19 november 2017 om 06:24)  

@Lynn: Yay! I'm currently reading it and so far I'm really enjoying it! Thank you!

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz  – (19 november 2017 om 09:16)  

What a fun tag! And what a lovely post!

Nina  – (19 november 2017 om 09:26)  

@Deb Nance: Thank you! I'm glad Nuria tagged me. :)

Shooting Stars Mag  – (19 november 2017 om 10:13)  

How fun! Fall is my favorite time of the year. I think cozy reading accessories would really just be blankets and slippers for me. :)

-Lauren
www.shootingstarsmag.net

Kindlemom  – (19 november 2017 om 17:44)  

Fun tag and I liked all your answers!

Nuria  – (20 november 2017 om 04:26)  

Yaaay! You did it! :) I honestly don't know a single book you've mentioned. oO BUT! The Girl With All The Gifts looks cool and I might just go and pick up Love You, Hate You, Miss You.

Great post and happy unpacking ;)

Nina  – (20 november 2017 om 05:02)  

@Lauren: How could I forget about my blanket? Fail. :) Thank you for stopping by.

@Nuria: Of course! I love tags and thank you again for tagging me! Thank you.

@Kindlemom: Yay!!

Heather G.  – (20 november 2017 om 16:01)  

Girl With All the GIfts is really great book. Loved it!

Carole Wooten  – (21 november 2017 om 06:22)  

I would have a hard time thinking of answers for some of these questions. I haven't read most of these books but did enjoy The Girl With All the Gifts a lot.

Nina  – (22 november 2017 om 04:52)  

@Heather G: Yay! So far so good!

@Suzanne: Thank you. I had a lot of fun answering the questions.

@Carole: That's one! :) Thank you for stopping by.

Jolene Wilson  – (23 november 2017 om 08:30)  

I keep hearing good things about Terry Prachett. I might have to cave and check out some of his books.

Lisa  – (28 november 2017 om 17:56)  

I love a good book tag! I feel like I get to know a blogger better through their responses! Thanks for sharing!

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