So, I went out and I search for a book tag to do because I was bored and making myself some tea because I’ve already had my cut off amount of coffee for the day [Ugh, it’s sad I have to limit myself now.
So, here is a beautiful book tag I found all related to hot beverages! [I forgot where I saw it, so APOLOGIES!]
Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling – I had read the first few pages when the book first came out and I wasn’t impressed. I just finished the book about a month ago after deciding to pick it up. The Potterheads are rabid and while the book was fairly decent I just… wasn’t in love with it, you know? Regardless, I bought the second book to see if maybe I can get into it more.
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens – Really, is this any surprise? I mean it takes place during Christmas and it’s the entire idea behind the story. More than that it’s a great tale/moral about redemption and second chances and that it is never too late to change. I love this book, I’ve read it once but I watch Scrooge every Christmas season.
Julie of the Wolves by Jean Craighead George – I think this will always be one of my favorite childhood reads or rather the entire series. This is kind of what kick started my reading addiction – I was twelve years old when I read this series and I was obsessed with everything wolf related at the time.
Aftermath by Clara Kensie – Whether it was emotionally on the edge of my seat or physically, this book really gripped me in a way I wasn’t prepared for. I really loved it and hated it for how it made me feel. 😛
The Sun is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon – I see this book everywhere and I don’t even know what it’s about. My reading list is so long that I dare not look in case it entices me.
Suzanne Rogerson – Some fantasy and mystery combined. This was a great novel.
A Court of Thorn and Roses by Sarah J. Maas– It was pretty decent, but I wanted so much more from this. More action, more world, more story.
Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover – Argh. I loved this movie and it was all three things.. This is a book I can easily re-read all the time and I’m not even a contemporary junky!
The Sweetest Dark by Shana Abe – I don’t know what I was expecting going into this series and it was my first time reading anything by Shana. I was floored by how stunning the writing was and the story itself.
The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare – I loved this series and it is by far my favorite thing to have been written by Clare. I enjoyed the Steampunk influences, the Victorian Era and the supernatual flare to it.
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett– I grew up loving this movie and 3 years ago I read the book. I loved it, still love it. It’ll always be my favorite.