Winter Wonderland Tag

It’s Thursday and I’m back this week with another tag. This one I saw on my lovely friend Steph’s blog and being as we have had a heap of snow here this week I thought it was apt!

One: What book is so happy and sweet that it just warms your heart?

I have to say the Heartstopper graphic novels by Alice Oseman because I adore everything she writes about Nick and Charlie. They are so adorable and I love Alice’s illustrations too. I can’t wait for volume 4 this year!

Two: What is your favourite book with a white cover?

Sadie by Courtney Summers is an actual masterpiece. I fell in love with Sadie and her story and I have plans to reread this book via audio this year as I’ve heard brilliant things about the narration too!

Three: You are sitting in a nice, comfortable chair with a hot chocolate. What monster book are you reading?

Assuming that monster means a humungous book then I’m picking The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon which I absolutely LOVED when I read it but boy is it huge!

Four: It’s snowing outside and you decide to have a snowball fight. Which fictional character would you choose?

I’m going to be really basic with my answer and say I’d love a snowball fight with The Weasleys. The whole family. At the Burrow. Loads of space. Lots of laughing. Magic!!

Five: Your campfire is dying. What last few chapters of a book do you throw in the fire to keep warm?

To be honest I would quite happily burn this whole book if needed. Not because I hated it, I really didn’t. But it did fill me with a sense of unease.

Six: What book do you love so much you would buy another copy of to give as a gift?

Not just these two but any and all of Sara Barnard’s books. These two I am particularly fond of as I adore Suzanne so much.

Seven: Who do you tag?

YOU. If you are reading this right now and want to do this tag make sure you leave yours in my comments/link back to me for me to check out! If you don’t want to then I hope you have a nice day!

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