It’s Fridaaaaay again – holla up, and I’ve got another book tag for you. Unfortunately I’ve got conjunctivitis so I’m trying to write this with a layer of Optrex in my right eye *just because it doesn’t seem to be healing so well. I can’t remember for the life of me where I found this but it’s been sad in my drafts for little over a month so I thought it was time to get it all written up – ENJOY!
BLACK: A SERIES THAT’S TOUGH TO GET INTO BUT HAS HARDCORE FANS
The Hobbit and The Lord of the RingsPaperback by
This is a reaaaaaally controversial choice but I have really struggled with these series. I’ve tried numerous times over the past few years to really get into this but every time I have failed miserably – sadly.
PEPPERMINT MOCHA: A BOOK THAT GETS MORE POPULAR DURING THE WINTER OR A FESTIVE TIME OF YEAR
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
I think maybe because these films are allllll over the channels over the festive period but whenever the Christmas period rolls around I always feel the urge to wrap myself back in the warm blanket that is Harry Potter.
HOT CHOCOLATE: A FAVORITE CHILDREN’S BOOK
Judy Moody Predicts the Future by
I don’t reallly know what my favourite book was as a child (because I could never pick between Roald Dahl books) but these series of books were definitely up there. I adored Judy Moody and the trials and tribulations she went through – brilliant books with beautiful covers.
DOUBLE SHOT OF ESPRESSO: A BOOK THAT KEPT YOU ON THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT FROM START TO FINISH
Snow White Must Die by
I read this really recently and reviewed it here – you can see why I adored this book so much, but basically this had it all, a crime with multiple red-herrings, potential murderers, and multiple plot-lines. It’s fantastic!
STARBUCKS: A BOOK YOU SEE EVERYWHERE
City of Bones by
Stilllllll haven’t read this. *slaps wrist*
THE HIPSTER COFFEE SHOP: A BOOK BY AN INDIE AUTHOR (A SHOUT OUT)
REINHEIT by THOMAS S FLOWERS
This is a book that I adored and kinda of want to re-write because I feel, at least, that I’m so much better at writing reviews now, compared to the reviews I used to write a couple of years back. This book was absolutely stunning just like everything this author writes – go and check him out pleassse.
OOPS! I ACCIDENTALLY GOT DECAF: A BOOK YOU WERE EXPECTING MORE FROM
The Woman who Went to Bed for a Year by
This was supposed to be a laugh out loud sarcastic, hilarious book but it ended up being very calloused and cold. Not a book I should have hyped up and up for it to then come crashing down on me.
THE PERFECT BLEND: NAME A BOOK OR SERIES THAT WAS BOTH BITTER AND SWEET, BUT ULTIMATELY SATISFYING.
The End of Your Life Book Club by
Oh my, this book – SERIOUSLY. It’s bitter and sweet because it’s a beautifully lyrical, stunningly written book but the actually focus of the book is utterly devastating. STUNNING book, seriously stunning.
GREEN TEA: NAME A BOOK OR SERIES THAT IS QUIETLY BEAUTIFUL.
Phoning Home: Essays by
Any book by Jacob Appel is stunning – full of quirky, simple, stunning writing his books are honestly beautiful.
CHAI TEA: NAME A BOOK OR SERIES THAT MAKES YOU DREAM OF FAR OFF PLACES.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (The Chronicles of Narnia) by
I really desperately want to re-read this. It’s so beautiful and so utterly entrancing. It’s been way to long since I read this stunning far away, fantasy book.
EARL GREY: NAME YOUR FAVOURITE CLASSIC.
Down and Out in Paris and London by
SOOOOOO much better than 1984, so much better. I adored this book and I feel that it really shows off the beauty of Orwell.
So there we go – I tag everyone that adores Friday’s andddd have a great lovely readers.