Happy Halloween!! 😀
Hope you have a wonderful time celebrating it while taking corona precautions.
Well, my book tag week has led up to this great holiday — HALLOWEEN!!! 😄😆🙃 — so here I am with the last tag, for now….
I found the All About Halloween Book Tag over on Madame Writer, who credits CatFairy Books as the creator. But it seems that CatFairy Books has taken down their blog. Aww…
Well, to the tag!
What are your favorite Halloween movies?
I have so many!
Except for Final Destination, Hocus Pocus, and probably Jeepers Creepers, I haven’t watched these in a while.
What is your favorite Halloween book?
The Shining by Stephen King
I don’t have a favorite Halloween book, but The Shining is one of my favorite horror novels. It’s about a very precocious boy staying at a haunted hotel with his mom and dad through the winter and seeing and experiencing some weird stuff there.
It’s about a lot more than that, of course, so I highly recommend it. It was a very entertaining read.
What other Halloween books would you recommend?
Song of Kali by Dan Simmons
Set in Calcutta, India, it’s about an American journalist who’s sent to the city by a magazine to interview a poet there but gets caught up in some mysterious and horrific events involving a cult dedicated to the goddess Kali. The story has a slow build but it steadily pulls you along and keeps you hooked. It was a good read.
Do you own any Halloween ugly sweaters?
I don’t, but I’d like to get this one — the “However It Ghosts Fair Isle Pullover” from ModCloth. I’ve been wanting to get it for some time now, but it’s $69. I’m having a hard time convincing myself to buy a sweater for $69 although it looks so cute.
What are some of your favorite Halloween costumes?
I like seeing people dress up for Halloween, but I hardly ever really pay attention to have a favorite costume. I more admire house decorations.
What are you doing for Halloween this year?
The same thing I do ever year…
Watch some scary, creepy movies and TV shows.
What is your favorite childhood Halloween memory?
I don’t have any. Halloween isn’t celebrated in my country, so I didn’t pay attention to it until I got to the U.S. and then I’d only watch scary movies.
A fun college memory, though, was seeing some of my friends dress up as Power Rangers and then run around a bit acting like them. That was fun.
AND THAT’S IT FOR THIS BOOK TAG WEEK SERIES.
Until Next Time… Happy HALLOWEEN!!
(If you’re looking for book tags to do, here’s a long list of ones I’ve done so far.)