I love a bookish tag because they get me thinking about the books I’ve read in the past and brings back my love for them. I saw this one last week on my lovely friend’s blog and thought I’d hop on the bandwagon too!
A January Tag
1. WHAT’S A BOOK YOU’VE READ SO FAR IN 2023 THAT’S CHEERED YOU UP?
I loved reading Space Blasters: Suzie Saves the Universe by Katie and Kevin Tsang earlier this month. Dipping into children’s books is one of my favourite things to do when I fancy a quick read full of adventure and this one didn’t disappoint. I giggled along and am looking forward to reading the second one which was released this month.
2. RECOMMEND A BOOK SET IN WINTER.
Stay Another Day by Juno Dawson – this one is set at Christmas in Scotland.
3. RECOMMEND A BOOK SET IN THE DARK.
Five Survive by Holly Jackson – this one is set overnight and is an exhilarating YA thriller!
4. RECOMMEND A BOOK SET IN A COLD CLIMATE.
The Last Bear by Hannah Gold – set in the Artic, this is a gorgeous tale of friendship.
5. RECOMMEND A BOOK THAT TAKES PLACE OVER A WHOLE YEAR.
Babel by R. F. Kuang – maybe not set over an entire yet, but many months pass by!
6. RECOMMEND A COSY SPOT TO READ.
My favourite place to read is on the sofa with plenty of cushions and maybe a blanket!
7. RECOMMEND A READING SNACK.
I’m not really a snacker whilst reading but I often have a cup of tea.
8. WHAT BOOKS ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO COMING OUT IN 2023?
A Day of Fallen Night | Cursed Crowns | Where the Light Goes
Let me know what answers you would have given to these questions. Feel free to give the tag a go! I’d love to hear from you in the comments!
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I can’t wait for those three books, although I gather the Priory prequel is a bigger beast than the first one. I’m not sure my arms are strong enough
Babel was one of my favourites from last year.
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I’ve got an eARC of ADOFN but there’s part of me that is looking forward to the challenge of reading the enormous tome!
I tried reading Priory when I was off work unwell and I remember waking up as it hit me in the face. I’d fallen asleep reading it and my nose did not appreciate its heft.