Summer Bucket List | Book Tag

It’s the first official day of autumn, although it seems like everyone else has been trying to live like it’s autumn extra early this year. Before I move on to autumn, let’s give summer one last mention with a summer bucket list, although not all of these were summer reads. Hopefully you got to do everything on your own summer bucket list.

Original tag by Tiffany @ Read by Tiffany

Hit the Beach: a book set by the water

Half a King by Joe Abercrombie takes place not only by the sea, but in it, as a good portion of the story is set on a ship

Watch Fireworks: a book that had a fiery romance

The Wonder Engine by T. Kingfisher finally brings two of our main characters together after building their bond over two books

Go for a Roadtrip: a book that involves a journey

A Natural History of Dragons by Marie Brennan has Isabella leaving her privileged life to take a journey to study dragons in their natural habitat

Camp Under the Stars: a book that left you starstruck

Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery is a beloved children’s classic that I only recently experienced for myself, and it was just as charming as I’ve heard

Marathon Some Movies: a book you couldn't put down

Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir definitely kept me up past my bedtime

Go Out for Ice Cream: a book with a sweet romance

Finlay Donovan is Killing It by Elle Cosimano has Finlay being wooed by two very different men

Picnic in the Park: a book that was a breath of fresh air

The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Panner had a fun mix of historical fiction and contemporary and was a delightful break from the

Go for a Hike: a character who conquered an obstacle

Charmain Baker in House of Many Ways by Diana Wynne Jones overcomes a troubling lubbock, some difficult kobolds, her inexperience with magic, and her incompetence in basic household chores

Grill Some BBQ: a book featuring delicious food

A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking by T. Kingfisher has both delicious food and dangerous food

Watch the Sunrise: a book that inspired you

Although ‘inspiring’ isn’t the first word I’d use to describe Solutions and Other Problems by Allie Brosh, this book has some relatable tales of hardship mixed into the nonsense that are described in both reflective and light-hearted ways

How was your summer?