New Year’s Eve Book Tag!

Happy Monday! Today I’m doing a tag that I was tagged in back in January of 2020. It’s one that by the time I noticed it, it was a bit too late to do it. So I’m doing it now instead!

I was tagged by Narrative Paradise – thanks friend!

The Rules
↠ Link back to the tag’s creator.
↠ Thank and link back to the person that tagged you.
↠ Feel free to use the pre-made graphics or create your own. Credit is appreciated if you do.
↠ Answer the questions as best as you can. No answer is incorrect!
↠ Tag some people to do this tag. No minimum or limit. Spread the love and have a happy 2020 (2021?)

Good As Hell || Favourite Book

Spoilers! This’ll get its own post after the new year.

Green Light Go || Green Cover

Hands Off!, Vol. 1Hands Off! – This is a fluff supernatural manga about psychics. It’s very early 2000s, and I really like it.



LBD || Sexiest Character

I don’t have one! It’s been an age since I had one.

Dally || Best Moment of 2020

Honestly, it was nothing to do with a particular book, but my reading in general: I read over 170 books this year, and it’s insane.

Sin Querer Queriendo || Silly MC (or Side Character)

Ouran High School Host Club, Vol. 1 (Ouran High School Host Club, #1)Literally every character in Ouran High Host Club. They’re all just so goofy.



7 Rings || New Books Friends

I made a bunch of book buddies this year! I followed a lot of new blogs – probably over a hundred, and I consider you all buddies

Kill This Love || First Book in 2021

I haven’t decided yet! I know I’ll be picking up a buddy read on New Year’s day, so perhaps that one? We’ll see!


And that’s it! If you’d like to do this tag, consider yourself tagged!

Christmas Eve Book Tag

Happy Christmas Eve! And like every Christmas Eve, a tag today.

1) Christmas Eve morning: what is a book you wake up excited to read? one you anticipate reading or one you read in the past that you want to get back into?

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (The Herdmans #1)Today I’m going to read The Best Christmas Pageant Ever! I’m so pumped about it.



2) Christmas Eve breakfast: what are your favorite treats during the holiday season?

Lately it’s been the irish cream cold brew for drinks and the tollhouse chocolate cookies with oreo bits mixed in for snacks. I’ve baked a ton of them at this point, they’re so delicious.

3) Family Time: What is a book that fills you with happiness and love? the warm fuzzies in general?

Kakuriyo: Bed & Breakfast for Spirits, Vol. 1 (Kakuriyo: Bed & Breakfast for Spirits, #1)This year it’s been Kakuriyo: Bed & Breakfast for Spirits because it gives me Spirited Away vibes and I love it.



4) Christmas Carols: What are your favorite Christmas Carols or holiday songs?

I’m such a sap for Carol of the Bells. Always will be.

5) Anticipation: What is a book release you are very much anticipating?

Honestly I’m not sure yet – I have an anticipated release post coming up next month but I haven’t actually gone through and looked yet. I’ll get there!

6) You hear sleigh bells on the roof and are so excited you can’t sleep!: What is a book that kept you up all night?

HuntedMost recently it was this book! I definitely lost some sleep reading this one. It was pretty good!



7) It’s Christmas morning, and Santa has come!: What is a book on your wishlist that you hope to unwrap?

I made an entire post about this on Tuesday! Books I hope Santa brings! Go check it out!


And that’s it! If you celebrate Christmas I hope you have a lovely Christmas tomorrow. If you don’t, I hope you have a lovely whatever you celebrate on whatever day(s) it is, or just a lovely day if you don’t celebrate anything.

Merry Christmas! I’ll see you all on the 26th.

Christmas Book Blogger Tag!

Hi, a tag today! I’m scooting around my schedule for Blogmas a bit – I’m unprepared for the other posts, ahh! So a tag, a tag, a tag.

I saw this tag on Alex @WhimsyPages blog and stole it. :”D


❄️What Is Your Favourite Christmas Scene In A Book?❄️

I really like the scenes in Harry Potter honestly. Each book touches on it at least a little bit.

❄️Do You Have Any Christmas Book Traditions?❄️

Best Christmas Pageant EverI try to read at least one Christmas book a year. This year I’m rereading The Greatest Christmas Pageant Ever.



❄️Do You Prefer To Get Presents Of Book Vouchers Or Books?❄️

Gift cards for sure – I do love receiving books, but I also love receiving a trip to the book store.

❄️Do You Give Books As Presents?❄️

Occasionally, yes. I tend to only do it if I know exactly what they want or if they’re like ‘send me something you like’ though.

❄️What Bookish Item Is On Your Christmas Wishlist?❄️

Recessed shelving. One day, one day.

❄️What 3 Books Would You Love Santa To Have In His Sack For You?❄️

I’m not answering this one because it’ll have it’s own dedicated post in a few days!

❄️Fake Christmas Tree Or Real Christmas Tree?❄️

Real. My current one is fake because my lease doesn’t allow real, but… real. Always real.

❄️What’s Your Favourite Thing About Christmas?❄️

The whole thing. The festivities, the togetherness, the spirit of it, the reason for it, the gifts, the food and drinks, the weather, everything.

❄️What Christmas Book Would You Recommend?❄️

The one I’m rereading: The Greatest Christmas Pageant Ever.

❄️What Dish On Your Christmas Menu Are You Most Looking Forward To?❄️

Egg bake. It’ll have its own post at some point! Recipe!

❄️When Do You Open Your Christmas Presents?❄️

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day – My inlaws we usually do on Christmas Eve and my family usually on Christmas Day. That’s obviously gonna be different this year, though.

❄️What’s Your Favourite Christmas Song?❄️

Carol of the Bells, by a long shot.

❄️Are You Dreaming Of A White Christmas? ❄️

Yes. We have snow right now. I’m hoping and praying it doesn’t melt by Friday.


And that’s it! If you’d like to do this tag, consider yourself tagged!

12 Days of Christmas Book Tag!

Happy Sunday, a tag today! Wasn’t tagged as per usual but it’s Christmasy themed, so we’re going with it, peeps. I did this tag last year as well so I’m going to attempt to come up with different answers.

On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: A partridge in a pear tree!

The partridge stood alone in the pear tree. What is your favorite stand alone?

If We Were Villains by M. L. Rio is definitely up there on my favorites list. I read this book this year and I fell in love with it. The tone that it sets is so melancholy, it’s great!

On the second day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Two turtle doves!

Love is in the air! Who is your one true pairing?

Honestly, same as last year: I don’t really have one. I looked through all the books I read this year but none of them really had a couple that made me swoon. I did read some decent romances but none of them really spoke to me. Maybe next year!

On the third day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Three French hens!

In the spirit of threes, what is the best trilogy you have read?

The Fitz and the Fool trilogy by Robin Hobb is super up there. Last year I chose the Tawny Man trilogy from the same overarching world, so I figured I’d branch out a bit. I gotta tell ya though, I went through my books of 2020 and I didn’t finish a single trilogy this year. None. Wow.

On the fourth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Four calling birds!

Since series usually consist of four or more books, what is your favorite series?

Black Butler by Yana Toboso is definitely a new favorite. It’s currently 29 volumes long and is still ongoing. Volume 30 is supposed to come out in English sometime in early 2021 and I’m pumped about it.

On the fifth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Five golden rings!

One ring to rule them all! Who is your Favorite Villain/Antagonist?

I really like the undertaker from Black Butler. He’s such a neat character.

On the sixth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Six geese a laying!

Creation is a beautiful thing. What is your favorite world/world-building?

The Harp of Kings by Juliet Marillier has some pretty good world building in it. It takes place in ancient Ireland and plays with fae and fae worlds and all sorts of stuff. I dig it.

On the seventh day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Seven swans a swimming!

Who needs seven swans when all it takes is one good animal sidekick? Who’s your favorite animal sidekick?

Nighteyes from Robin Hobb’s Realm of the Elderlings series. I picked Nighteyes last year as well but man, he’ll always have my heart.

One the eighth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Eight maid a milking!

Milk is so 18th century. Which book or series takes beverages/food to a whole new level?

Graineliers by Rihito Takarai has a unique take on food, particularly seeds. Seeds give you weird abilities in this world, and are strictly controlled as a result. And as a result of that result, obviously an underground black market for seeds has popped up. This really is an interesting story.

On the ninth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Nine ladies dancing!

Dancing is just one skill of a Lady! Who is your favorite kickass female lead?

Loibhan from Juliet Marillier’s Warrior Bards trilogy is pretty great. She’s six feet tall and could pick me up and throw me.

On the tenth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Ten lords a leaping!

How about your favorite leading lad?

I really like Ciel from Black Butler (and I like Sebastian too). For a kid, he’s so smarty and witty and such a trooper. He’s pretty entertaining.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Eleven pipers piping!

What is your favorite book or bookish thing with musical influence? (It can be about music, reference music a lot etc.)

Given by Natsuki Kizu is an obvious choice – the main characters are in a rock band. I gotta say though, I think the better medium for this series is the anime, because then you can actually hear the music. But the manga is really good, too.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave ot me: Twelve drummers drumming!

Drum roll please…what is your favorite read of this year?

Spoiler! You’ll find out at the end of the year :p


And that’s it! If you’d like to do this tag, consider yourself tagged!

The Christmas Cracker Book Tag!

Happy Friday! A tag today! I wasn’t tagged, so we’ll just pretend I was. I found this tag on WonderfullyBookish!

Pick a book with a wintry cover

The Girl from the Other Side by Nagabe – Specifically volume 2. I really need to catch up on this series, I’m so behind.

Pick a book you’re likely to buy as a present

Tokyo Ghoul by Sui Ishida – I actually did buy this one! I got my husband the full series. He doesn’t read my blog, so it’s safe to say, dun worry.

If you read my blog and know him and you spoil it, I’m gonna bop you. I’m talking to you, Amanda. :p

Pick a festive themed book

My True Love Gave to Me by a buttload of people – It has just occurred to me that I missed this book in my ‘All the Christmas books I’ve read to date‘ post I made the other day.

I forgot about this one because I unhauled it because I didn’t like it. Whoops. So throw this one in there too. It was festive sure, but I’m so bad with short story collections. I didn’t love this.

Pick a book you can curl up with by the fireplace

Hunted by Meagan Spooner – This is a Beauty and the Beast retelling and a very recent read for me. It was so pleasant. It was nice and simple and fluffy and the beast in this was actually a beast. Not a brooding hot guy. It was so refreshing.

Pick a book you want to read over the festive period

The Book of the Dead Days by Marcus Sedgwick – This book takes place during the dead days – the time between Christmas and New Years – so I figured it’d be the perfect time to read it! This book was recommended to me over ten years ago by one of my best friends and bad me still hasn’t read it. I’ll read it this year.

Pick a book that’s so good, it gave you chills

If We Were Villains by M. L. Rio – This book was an unexpected five stars for me. It’s outside my typical genres so I didn’t think it’d ensnare me so, but surprise, it did.

Pick a book that’s going on your Christmas wish list

Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse – This book just looks so neat, man. If I end up not receiving this as a gift, I’m gonna go out and get me a copy.

And that’s it! If you’d like to do this tag, consider yourself tagged!

The Anti-TBR Book Tag!

Hi, it’s Sunday now! Today I’m doing a tag! I saw this on Deanna @ANovelGlimpse‘s blog and tagged myself, so I was tagged, dammit. This tag was created by Nicole & Her Books!

A popular book that everyone loves that you have no interest in reading

Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid – I know this one tends to get good reviews but honestly it just doesn’t speak to me.

A classic book (or author) you don’t have any interest in reading

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald – Again, it just doesn’t speak to me. I know this book is a lot of people’s favorites, buuuut

An author whose books you have no interest in reading

Rick Riordan – And this is nothing against the guy at all, mind you. I just don’t tend to gravitate towards middle grade and that seems to be what he writes. Should he put out an adult fantasy I’d change my tune.

A problematic author whose books you have no interest in reading

Orson Scott Card – I recently purged my copy of Ender’s Game because of this (and because of general disinterest because I’ve already seen the movie). Buuuut I do have one more book by him… it was a gift from a friend, so I feel like I might at least give it a shot. I’m going to try to separate art from artist but we’ll see how it goes.

An author you have read a couple of books from and have decided their books are not for you

Ernest Cline – I’ve read two books by him now. Ready Player One I gave three stars and Armada I DNF’d. I just don’t dig his storytelling style, nor his characterization of women. I know Ready Player Two is coming out soon and for the people who are pumped, I’m happy for you. Personally I won’t be picking it up.

A genre you have no interest in or a genre you tried to get into but couldn’t

Young adult romance. I’m not knocking it, mind you. I don’t hate it, but the majority of the books I’ve read from it have turned out to be three stars. It’s just ok. I’m not against giving new books in the genre a try, but my expectations are kinda meh. If it’s mixed with something else I tend to like it more, but if it’s just like… contemporary fluff romance between sixteen year olds it doesn’t really do much for me.

A book you have bought but will never read

Life of Pi by Yann Martel – I bought this years ago, but have since purged it from disinterest. I watched the movie and thought it was ok, but it wasn’t striking enough to make me wanna pick up the book too. So technically I don’t own this, but I did buy it at one point.

A series you have no interested in reading or a series you started and have dnf’d

I make a list about this every December and the one for this year is coming out next week or so, so sneak peak.

The Maze Runner by James Dashner. I read the first one. It was ok. I gave it 2.75 stars. I can’t say I’m super thrilled to continue, and I’ve gotten multiple opinions now that it just gets worse, soooo.

A new release you have no interest in reading

So a lame answer for this one: I can’t think of one. I mean sure I could go grab a random book I’ve never heard of and go ‘not this’ but it feels arbitrary. I can’t think of one where I heard it came out and immediately went ‘NOPE’. So… no answer. I feel like just randomly going on an ‘anticipated list’ and grabbing a book isn’t fair.


And that’s it! I tag Zezee @Zezeewithbooks. Peer pressure, do it.

Also if you wanna do this tag, I also tag you, officially. You’re tagged!

The book addiction tag!

Hi! A tag today! I wasn’t tagged but I found the thing here!

1. What is the longest amount of time you can comfortably go without picking up a book?

Honestly, months. It hasn’t happened in years though, that I’ve gone that long without reading.

2. How many books do you carry on your person (physical or device) at any one time?

Usually just one. I read more than one at once, but I tend to only have one on me.

3. Do you keep every book you buy/receive or are you happy to pass them on to make space for more?

I purge like crazy. I keep a book if I either really liked it or if it’s something I can’t stop thinking about, even if I disliked it. Otherwise I get rid of ones I disliked and don’t care about, or ones I haven’t read but lost all interest in.

4. How long would you spend in a bookshop on a standard visit?

Assuming I don’t know what I want ahead of time, anywhere between 30 minutes and 2 hours

5. How much time per day do you actually spend reading?

Between 0 minutes and 12 hours, depending on the day. During the work week maybe about a half hour a day? On the weekends I can get in a lot more.

6. Where does the task “picking up a book” appear on your daily to-do list?

It doesn’t. It’s not a task. If it was I wouldn’t enjoy it as much.

7. How many books do you reckon you own in total (include ebooks)?

Over 1000. With ebooks though I’m not sure of the exact number. It might add 20 or 30.

8. Approximately how often do you bring up books in conversation?

It depends on who I’m talking to! If it’s a friend I know reads, a lot. If it’s not, I don’t.

9. What is the biggest book (page count) you have finished reading?

According to Goodreads, A Storm of Swords by George R. R. Martin, coming in at 1179 pages. This one took me a bit.

10. Is there a book you had to get your hands on against all odds (searched bookstore, online digging, stalked author, etc.)?

Fruits Basket vol 23 by Natsuki Takaya. It’s the final volume in the series and out of print. When the anime was rebooted, the manga went from hard to find to downright impossible. I found this one though. I paid four times list price for it, but I did find it.

Four times might sound like a lot, but now the price has shot up way more. So I’m glad I bought it when I did.

Also wtf, who thinks it’s ok to stalk an author?

11. Is there a book you struggled to finish because you refused to DNF?

Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James. It was not a book for me, but I finished it. It even sparked a discussion post on DNF-ing books. I was so torn.

12. What are 3 (some) of your main book goals for 2020 or 2021 (if you’ve started planning)?

For 2021, read at least 40 novels and as many manga as I can manage (I’ll probably set my Goodreads goal to 100 total), knock my physical fiction TBR down to 170, and knock my manga TBR down by 50 (I have no idea what it’s at now).

13. Have you ever had the privilege of converting someone into a reader (by inspiration or your incessant nagging)?

I’ve gotten non-readers to read books, but didn’t fully convert them, no.

14. Describe what books mean to you in FIVE words.

They keep me pretty entertained.


And that’s it! If you’d like to do this tag, consider yourself tagged!

Halloween Book Tag!

Tag creator can be found here!

Happy Halloween! I’m doing a tag today! I wasn’t tagged, but I linked the creator above, if you’re interested. The last time I did this tag was I think in 2015, so I figured it was okay to repeat at this point.

1. Carving pumpkins- what book would you carve up and light on fire?

Honestly I don’t think I’d do that, unless it was necessary to stay alive. Five years ago I had an answer, but now it’s just… I don’t know, I don’t feel the hate anymore, haha. Even for books I hate, if that makes sense.

2. Trick or treat- what character is a treat, what character is a trick?

Trick: Erik from The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux. I read this very recently and this guy is such a sneaksy person!

Treat: Spink from Forest Mage by Robin Hobb. Spink is such a wholesome little button, I love him.

3. Candy corn- what book is always sweet?


A Man & His Cat by Umi Sakurai – This is such a nice, wholesome story about exactly what the title says. It’s such a joy.

4. Ghosts- what character would you love to visit you as a ghost?

To be honest I’d rather do without a ghostly encounter of any kind, thanks.

5. Dressing up in costume- what character would you want to be for a day?

Honestly I’m going to go with the same thing I said five years ago: Someone from Dragon Ball Z by Akira Toriyama. It’d be cool to be that strong and be able to fly and stuff.

6. Wizards and witches- what is your favorite Harry Potter moment?

Proooobaby the whole time-turner business at the end of the book three. I really like how that played out.

7. Blood and gore- what book was so creepy that you had to take a break from it for awhile?

Apologies again for duplicate answers, but there’s really only ever been one book I had to put down because of too much gore, and that’s MPD Psycho by Eiji Otsuka. It was just a tad too much for me.

And that’s it! If you’d like to do this tag, consider yourself tagged! Happy spooky day!

End of Year Book Tag!

Happy Saturday! I did this tag last year as well but it’s a new year, sooooo doing it again! I wasn’t tagged! Wah!

Are there any books you started this year that you need to finish?

The Maze Runner by James Dashner – I started this one a couple weeks ago, but it’s fallen by the wayside because of buddy reads I’m in. I’ll finish it though!

Do you have an autumnal book to transition into the end of the year?

I hate the word ‘autumnal’.

I choose Vita Nostra by Marina and Sergey Dyachenko – I’m currently buddy reading this with my irl buddies Katy @Bookbinderway and Amanda @LadyCorvinous. So far I’m really digging this, and I think the other two are as well. It’s not necessarily a book that takes place during fall, but it has ‘fall vibes’ if that makes sense.

Is there a new release you’re still waiting for?

I don’t think so. Aside from being on a ban, preventing me from buying anything anyways, I don’t believe any of my anticipated releases for this half of the year have still to come out. Or if they do, it’s obvious it wasn’t that anticipated. There’s one manga that’s come out since going on my ban that I definitely wanna pick up as soon as the ban is over, so that’s the closest I can get to answering this question.

What are three books you want to read before the end of the year?

Renegade’s Magic by Robin Hobb and Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin are two buddy reads I have coming up, so I’ll definitely be getting to them. Slade House by David Mitchell is… well, it’s one of the shortest books I own, and I’m like 17 books away from my TBR goal for the year, so… short books are gonna make up a lot of my reading for the rest of the year. Hwe hwe. Slade House gives me spooky vibes too so I’m hoping it’ll be good for fall-y season.

Is there a book you think could still shock you and become your favourite book of the year?

Honestly Vita Nostra, mentioned above, might just do it. I wasn’t expecting to love it but it’s surprised me so far. We’ll see how the ending is – it’s gonna make or break it.

Have you already started making reading plans for 2021?

Tentative ones, yes (This is the exact same phrasing I used to answer this last year).

If I achieve my TBR goal, I’ll set another, lower one. I also plan on making a manga TBR goal, and a buying-restriction of some kind. Not an outright ban but maybe like a ‘5 books a month’ thing or something. I’m not quite sure yet.


And that’s it! If you’d like to do this tag, consider yourself tagged!


Spoopy Memes Book Tag v2! [Original]

Around this time last year, I created the original Spoopy Memes Book Tag, and I think it went over pretty well – I got to see a lot of answers and found a bunch of new bloggers to follow! So this year I’m re-creating it with all new questions and memes!

If you’d like to check out the original tag, go here! If you’d like to do that tag, do it!

  • If you do this year’s tag, please link back to me so I can see your answers!
  • Feel free to use the banner (and I highly recommend also copying the memes. That’s the whole point!)



Name a character that keeps repeating the same mistakes, despite having multiple opportunities to prevent them

I’m choosing Fitz from Robin Hobb’s Farseer trilogy (and every other book he’s in by her). Fitz has this habit of getting an idea in his head and going with it, despite those around him making other well thought out plans. He consistently feels like his impulsive actions will have better results than anything anyone else comes up with. He’s annoyingly consistent with this, despite his impulsivity often being his downfall.


Name a book where the characters got their just desserts

I’m definitely going with Goblin Slayer by Kousuke Kurose, and the characters I’m referring to are the goblins themselves. I mean, what did they think was gonna happen after consistently stealing people and killing people and doing terrible things to people?


Name a book that tries to put a positive spin on something terrible

Hands Off! by Kasane Katsumoto does this pretty well I think. One of the characters in this series can see images of the past. For instance, he avoids hospitals and the like because every time he’s in there, he just sees and hears people dying and the cries of the families around them. He’s a rather disturbed character as a result of always seeing these phantoms of past violent acts, understandably. The book spins it though, as because of this skill, this character is often also able to track down people that have gone missing and prevent further acts of violence, by seeing where they were beforehand and who they were with. This is a pretty interesting series, honestly.


Name a book that delves into an existential topic

I chose I Want to Eat Your Pancreas by Yoru Sumino, because despite the title of the thing, this is a pretty serious manga. The main character comes across the journal of a girl who has terminal pancreatic disease, and knows she is going to die. The story deals with the mentality of someone who knows their life is almost over, and also deals with being that person’s loved one. Obviously this book is a tear jerker, and it’s definitely worth reading.


What trope or theme in a book do you really like that you don’t feel gets enough attention?

It’s kinda hard to put it into just a few words to give this trope an actual name, but I really love it when a book dives into the thought process of a character that originally you feel like is going to be a hero, but then turns out to be an anti-hero. I get that the anti-hero trope is pretty common, but I haven’t really read too much where you can see them turning into one enough so that the character themselves realizes they fully aren’t ‘good’ anymore, and has to deal with the mental crisis that they themselves might be a monster. I’ve chosen The Traitor Baru Cormorant as my example here, because I’m seeing heavy, heavy hints of this in books one and two. Three is out now and I haven’t read it yet, but my hopes are high man.


Name a characters whose humor is consistently underappreciated by those around them

I chose Kip from Brent Weeks’ Lightbringer series. Now, Kip is written to be funny. I think he’s hilarious and I’m sure so do many others, but a lot of the characters don’t really react to his sense of humor, which is rather self-deprecating. Personally, I think he’s a hoot. Most of the characters things he’s weird.


Name a book (or two or three) that has helped you get through this year

Black Butler, The Harp of Kings and Shaman’s Crossing all have. This year obviously has been a rough one for everyone, but I gotta tell ya, I’ve read some really good books this year. The three I’ve named here are really up there among them. They’re just so engrossing and I got obsessed with them to the point where it helped me pass the time. And boom, now it’s October. There are so many more books I could name here as well, but honestly that might be a separate post.


What are your plans for Halloween this year if you celebrate it? How do you plan on spending what’s left of October?

I decorated my house this year, moreso than just putting up a pumpkin, which I’ve never done before. I will also likely going to be seeing a buddy and watching a scary movie. Other than that, nothing really. I haven’t decided if I’m gonna give out candy for trick or treat or not this year because of the plague. Maybe I’ll just throw snickers at children from the second story window? :”D


And that’s it! I’m going to tag people below, but if I miss you and you’d like to do this tag, consider yourself tagged!

I tag (also, you should follow):

Peer pressure, do it