I wanted to do a book tag today because I haven’t done one in awhile and this is the first one that I saw. I found this tag on J.K. I’m Exploring blog and so I’m copying all the rules from her 🙂 I am tagging anyone who wants to do this and if you have already done it let me know so I can check out your answers!
- Thank the person who tagged you and link to their post.
- Display the banner(copy and paste).
- Link to the original creator: Erin @ Reading On A Star !
- Answer the questions!
- Tag however many people as you want!
Snow Day – What’s your “comfort” book?
I have read this book so many times during my life and it is always so heartwarming and inspiring. I love each of the March sisters for different reasons and every time I read it I find something else that I love about them.
Snow Angels – What’s a book that you love so much you would want to be buried with it(a little morbid, but…)?
Ahh this was a hard one because I have so many favorites but if I had to pick one to be buried with it would have to be either my first copy of Little Women or my first copy of Anne of Green Gables. Both of them were given me to my Grandma who passed away almost four years ago and I still miss her so much and it means a lot to me to have them on my shelves.
Warm Socks – What’s a book that makes you feel warm inside?(The fluffiest, cutest romance you’ve ever read?)
I have probably read a ton of fluffy feel good romances in my life but the most recent one is A Soldier Under Her Tree. I loved this book so much and it was the perfect way to kick off the holiday season. I think I said this in my review but I would love to reread this one every year. It is a clean romance too so if you are in the market for that then I cannot recommend this enough.
Hot Cocoa – What winter-themed novels have you previously read?
I could recommend a lot of romances for this question but I wanted to go with something different. This isn’t really that different though since Jenna also gave this answer! But this book honestly just screams winter. No Exit is a suspense novel takes place during one night at a rest stop while a blizzard is going on. I also think One By One by Ruth Ware would fit this question but I wasn’t a fan of that ending so I can’t really recommend it. Although, I do think I will reread it at some point and then just stop reading when it gets to the part I think Ware should have stopped.
Sledding – What’s a book with the best plot twists? Who’s an author that always keeps you on your toes?
I’m currently reading my second Lars Kepler but I have been blown away this year by the many twists and turns that their stories take. I’m always on the edge of my seat and not really sure what is going to happen next. The Hypnotist is the first book in their (a husband and wife author duo) Joona Lima series and it is very graphic and dark but also captivating and exciting.
Ugly Sweaters – What’s a book with the ugliest cover?
This isn’t necessarily that ugly but I think it is plain and the cover with the blue flowers is so much prettier. I like when covers are really gorgeous or they give you an idea of what the book is about. This cover does neither of those things.
Movie Marathon – What’s the last book you binge read?
I read this book in the span of one day a couple of Sundays ago. The neighborhood our main characters live in is so insidious and I just need to know what was going to happen. This was a fun ride and I don’t think I would have liked this book nearly as much if I had read it spaced out.
Letter to Santa – What’s a book that’s on your wishlist this year?
I have a lot of books on my wishlist and I would love to own any of them but the first one that I thought of was the latest Stuart Turton. I was blown away by how intricate Turton’s debut novel was. That whole book would have fallen a part if he had messed anything up with the tangled timeline but he masterfully pulled it off and I am so intrigued to see what he has come up for his sophomore effort.