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Autumn Chills Book Tag

Dear Leelynn,

Snagging a seasonal tag from you yet again because you have GREAT TASTE.

Happy spooky season one and all.

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Creator rules (per Chiara the Bookworm)

1. Remember to tag me back

2. Tag a load of people at the end

3. Have fun doing it

 

No promises on #2, Chiara.

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Marie Antoinette, Serial Killer reminded me of The Name of the Star.

 

These books have nearly identical plots: girl goes on school trip, unmasks supernatural murderer, paces by the river a lot.

The only difference: I liked Marie Antoinette, Serial Killer.

 

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Dear Emma for suresies.

Dear Emma

I just called it the perfect fall read and I stand by that statement.

 

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My Plain Jane is the only appropriate answer here.

My Plain Jane

Since I’ve started reading it, I haven’t had a single nightmare about Patrick Brice’s Creep!

That movie is not about ghosts, but I’LL TAKE IT.

 

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Wasn’t a huuuuge fan of Andrew and his mixed messages from If I’m Being Honest.

If I'm Being Honest

Cameron makes a minor behavioral change and Andrew goes, “WOW, YOU’RE A DIFFERENT PERSON. I FEEL LIKE I CAN TRUST YOU NOW.”

He doesn’t actually like her – he likes Shiny, Happy, Nice Girl Cameron.

And I HATE HIM FOR IT.

 

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Anne Shirley helps me appreciate the outdoors.

Anne

I even convinced myself that I love nature.

I don’t, but I WANT TO BE THAT PERSON FOR ANNE.

 

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I don’t know Tavin very well yet.

Merciful Crow

I just know that I love him.

Nothing can separate us.

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It’s Scorpio season, almost Halloween, and remarkably chilly.

What a fun time to be alive!

Do you feel those feelings?

Boom. Ya tagged.

Author:

She/her. 4w3. Lover of vegan cream cheese and performative angst. Seattle-based writer currently dabbling in socialism and progressive Christianity. I love to call out, complain, overreact, analyze, and reimagine. This site contains the fruit of that labor.

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