The Harry Potter Spells Tag

29 March 2016

Hey Book Lovers and All,
  In a week's time, I'll be getting ready to visit the Warner Bros. Studio Tour and I honestly can't wait to go! I've been once before and thoroughly enjoyed myself, if you're a lover of Harry Potter and live in the UK (or visiting the UK) then, you need to grab yourself a ticket on to this tour. Another reason to why I'm excited about going, is I'm taking my boyfriend and he's never been - last year we marathoned the film series, so it's going to be great waking around the film scenes together. I also never got to see the Hogwarts express when I went last, so that'll be fun to see.
Here's a picture of my friend & I, when I last visited the WB Studios. 
To go along with this post letting you know what I'll be up to in a weeks time, I thought it would be fitting to take part in the 'Harry Potter Spells Tag'. The tag was originally created by TurtleSympathy on Youtube and I'm really excited to answer the questions, so let's get started!

1. Expecto Patronum: A Childhood Book Connected to Good Memories 
There's so many books that I loved when I was younger, but I'm going to go with Roald Dahl's stories. I loved these stories, as I found them so funny and intriguing. I loved the darker take on some of his stories, such as 'The Three Little Pigs' and 'Little Red Riding Hood'. I remember receiving 'George and the Giant Peach' as a Christmas present at primary school and I loved it. Definitely holds many primary school memories. 

2. Expelliarmus: A Book That Took You By Surprise 
Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Mass definitely surprised me, I was a little disappointed with the first book (Throne of Glass) but when I read the second book, everything got so much better! So much happened and I couldn't put the book down, definitely surprised me.

3. Prior Incantato: The Last Book You Read
The last book I finished was 'Winter' by Marissa Meyer and I rated it, 4 ½ Stars.

4. Alohamora: A Book That Introduced You To A Genre You Had Not Considered Before 
'Starstruck' by Brenda Hiatt introduced me to the sci-fi genre, a genre that I didn't consider before but I now love the genre (one of my favourite series at the moment is under the sci-fi genre, that series being 'The Lunar Chronicles' by Marissa Meyer). 

5. Riddikulus: A Funny Book You've Read 
I honestly, don't know what my answer would be for this question. I've read many books that have made me laugh and smile, but none that I can say is a total LOL book. I guess Roald Dahl fits in to this category as his stories are so fun and humorous. 

6. Sonorus: A Book You Think Everyone Should Know About 
There are so many books I could mention but I feel like most people have heard of them, such as 'The Lunar Chronicles' but do think everyone should know about these books, as  they really are great and unique. 

7. Obliviate: A Book or Spoiler You Would Like To Forget 
I was spoiled with what happens at the end of 'Mockingjay' by Suzanne Collins and I really wish I wasn't told what happened because it ruined the impact, when I came to reading the scene I was spoiled with. 

These are all the questions and my answers! I hope you enjoyed reading this post and I'd also like to say that hopefully I'll be filming my experience at the WB Studio Tour next week, so keep an eye out for that post/video. Have any of you visited the WB Studio Tour? Did you enjoy yourself? 

Love you all, 
  Tabitha x 


  1. I did the WB Studio Tour in the summer of 2015 when I visited London the first time! We were only able to get afternoon tickets and for that reason were unfortunately very rushed going through it. I would absolutely LOVE to go back to see it. Hopefully I will be able to go in in the morning and take my time looking at movie props from a series that had gotten me into reading— and one that I love so incredibly much!

    1. Did you enjoy yourself when you were there? What was your favourite part? Hopefully we won't be rushed around too much, but either way I'm still looking forward to going. I hope you get to go again soon! How far are you from London? :) x

    2. I did! It was super cool, and since I am a HUGE Harry Potter nerd, I loved everything in there. Honestly anything that involved Fred and George were my favorite parts (I have the utmost love for them).

      We had probably like three hours to wander before they had to close, so it was a lot of time, but considering how much there is to look at and read, it wasn't enough for me or my siblings.

      When I went, I was living in Germany, but we're from the U.S. which is where we are living now. So it's a little far, but one of my friends want to go to London so I might force them to come to the studios with me if we end up traveling there lol

      What is your favorite part of it and what are you looking forward most to seeing again?