Bank Holiday Book Tag!

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Hi everyone! Happy Bank Holiday Monday! I’m back today with a very timely book tag made by my lovely friend Cora @ Tea Party Princess – don’t forget to check out her blog!


Have A Lie In ~ Which book could you lounge in bed with all morning?

When Dimple Met Rishi

When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon is such a feel good read and I could definitely cosy up with this one!

It’s Sunny Outside! ~ A book that makes you feel optimistic.

Wing Jones

Wing Jones by Katherine Webber is so wonderful for this. Wing is a very inspiring character.

Spend Some Time Outdoors ~ A book that reminds you of nature.

Tree Magic

Tree Magic by Harriet Springbett, I mean, it’s all in the title but this book is so magical and completely underrated!

Make Some Punch ~ A book that you find difficult to classify into one genre.

The Exact Opposite of Okay

I’ve picked The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven because this book just ticks so many boxes. It is YA, contemporary, feminist but in general it’s just a book that EVERYONE should read!

Pass Some Food Around ~ A book that you want to share with everyone.

The State of Grace

I read and adored The State of Grace by Rachael Lucas last year and I think it’s so underrated. I LOVED this book, Grace is such a brilliant character and it has #OwnVoices autism rep too.

Light the BBQ ~ A book that took a while to get going.

State of Sorrow

I loved State of Sorrow by Melinda Salisbury, it’s definitely a slow build up as the new world is introduced but worth it!

Failed BBQ ~ A book that ultimately disappointed you.

Who Runs the World?

I can’t even explain how disappointing this book was.

It’s raining, of course! ~ A book to cuddle up with when it’s raining outside.

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

Ah, Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli is such a fuzzy, heart warming book. Definitely one to cosy up with on a rainy day!

Let’s Just Eat Chocolate ~ A book that’s super sweet.

If Birds Fly Back

If Birds Fly Back by Carlie Sorosiak. This book is so sweet and I loved the dual narrative too.


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