Blogtober: Halloween Creatures Book Tag

Hello, witches! 🎃 👻 🍂 ✨

Last year I did the Halloween Creatures 2.0 tag on the blog and had a blast with it! Originally I was going to redo it with books I’ve read in the last year, but I actually found the creator (Anthony @ Keep Reading Forward) tweaked it a little bit for a fresh start this year. So, without further ado let’s dive into the extension of the Creatures 2.0 tag!


  • This extension can be completed with both 1.0 & 2.0 versions of the tag.
  • This extension can also be completed on its own.
  • Answer all prompts.
  • Answer honestly.
  • Tag 1-13 people.
  • Link back to this post.
  • Remember to credit the creator. (Anthony @ Keep Reading Forward)
  • Have fun!




An Underrated Book That Many May Not Know About


This is like Wintersong meets ACOTAR and I lived for it. It had all the right amounts of world-building, slow burn romance PLUS enemies to lovers (we’re truly blessed), and lovable characters. To top it all off the male MC may or may not have given me all the Rhysand vibes. It is a story that is on the darker side and I talked about a few of the triggers in my review. If it’s something you can see past I highly recommend this and am so sad it didn’t get the love it deserved when it released earlier this year!

You can find my review HERE.


A Character Who is Mischievous


Obviously, I have to give this one to the one and only, forever schemin’, Mr Kaz. Brekker. I think everyone who read this duology will agree with me that you never know what to expect in the world of Ketterdam especially when you’re doing business with Kaz.

Will O The Wisp

A Book With an Unexpected Twist


You guys are probably sick of me talking about this book by now, but HEAR ME OUT. The ending of this book stopped me dead in my tracks. This was one of those plot twists where I just needed to sit in silence, completely stunned and process what just happened.  I thought I had kind of caught on to what was happening but LOL nope, not even close.

You can find my review HERE.


A Book or Character That Left You With Rage


Straight from the DNF shelf we have One Night Denied. Not only was this book SO BAD, but the “alpha billionaire” that was supposed to be oh so swoon-worthy deserved to be punched in the face. Lord help us all. If a man ever treated me the way Miller treated Livy, let’s just say I wouldn’t be blogging because I’m pretty sure you can’t do that from jail.

Creepy Clowns

A Book That Gave You Temporary or Permanent Fears

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Here we are, back again with the book that traumatized me as a child. This book gave me a raging case of arachnophobia, so much so that even seeing a picture of a spider puts me in distress…especially the bigger they are. Even though the movie adaptation was a total flop I will totally admit I had my eyes covered for the entire scene were the spiders exploded out of the girls cheek. I’d like to keep my sanity, thank you very much.


If you’re reading this consider yourself tagged 😉

Stay spooky,


11 thoughts on “Blogtober: Halloween Creatures Book Tag

  1. Okay you’ve inspired me to move my backlist ARCs around and read the grace year next. My move totally fucked up my reading schedule this year I have so many ARCs that are behind 😓


  2. Oh my god, 10000% agree with Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark traumatizing me as a child and giving me arachnophobia! The one picture from the book that’s stuck with me for like 25+ years was the spiders bursting from the girl’s cheek. *shudders* I saw the movie last week and while it wasn’t scary (barring the body horror at the end quicking me), I had low expectations and was pleasantly surprised – I liked how they worked on the lore and translated it to film. I just wish it were for an older audience.


  3. I keep coming back to the cover for White Stag. I’m drawn to it. I want to read Six of Crows, but haven’t gotten to it yet. And I’ve heard great things about The Grace Year. I’m going to try this tag and set it up for closer to Hallowe’en.


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