Waffle Book Tag

waffle book tag

Since this is the perfect time of year to get cosy and, well, eat a lot, I thought it’d be fun to finally do this tag. Thank you so much to the fantastic Kelly @Another Book in the Wall for tagging me to do this- really recommend checking her out, especially because she writes and hosts amazing discussions on YA!

The Rules

➽ Link back to the original creator, Kat @ Novels & Waffles (check her out too, she’s so sweet!)

➽ Feel free to use any of the waffle graphics in this post, just make sure to credit Kat! (as you can see, I used them cos they’re amazing!)

➽ Tag as many people as you want (or don’t want) to. No pressure here, folks! ♡

belgian waffles classic

christmas carol

For this time of year, let’s go with Christmas Carol!

whole wheat waffles

little women

Trying to keep to the Christmassy theme, I’m gonna go with Little Women.

eggo waffles

peter rabbit

I had to look up what Eggo is (turns out it’s an American thing)… which is why I thought it might be fun to flip that on its head and choose a quintessentially British book that (some) Americans may not be familiar with: The Tale of Peter Rabbit. I can’t tell you how warm and fuzzy I get whenever I think about Beatrix Potter- her books made my childhood and ultimately is why I’m in love with the Lake District. So yeah, this is a real nostalgia-fest for me!

chocolate waffles


Cress! She’s super sweet and my favourite character in the Lunar Chronicles.

blueberry waffles.png

words in deep blue

Words in Deep Blue… see what I did there 😉 Okay, but in all seriousness, this is a book about grief that made me cry *the whole way through*. But it’s so beautiful and uplifting and gorgeously written that I can’t recommend it enough!

waffle cone

evelyn hardcastle

I’m going with the Seven and a Half Deaths Evelyn Hardcastle– cos it was by far the most unique thing I’ve read this year! Even that title stands out from the crowd!

maple syrup

wizard heir

I’ve binged a lot of brilliant series and powered through some pathetic bilge… but one that I’m glad I finished was the Heir series by Cinda Chima Williams. Warrior Heir wasn’t my favourite book, but I’m glad I read it, because that series ended up being delectable!! I especially loved Wizard Heir!

waffle iron.png

last kingdom (2)

I’m gonna have to steal Kelly’s answer and say my Kindle. I never thought I’d want an ereader, until someone on my degree course pointed out it’s really useful for books that are no longer in copyright. Of course, once I got it, I ended up hooked on all the other wonderful ebooks that are so easy to get and stock up on. And while I still love physical books, it’s safe to say I’m a Kindle convert!

That was fun! Tagging: Witty and Sarcastic Book Club, the Paperback Piano, CJR the Brit, Misty, Green Tea Librarian and anyone else that is craving waffles wants to do this!

And that’s all for now! What’s your favourite delectable series? Let me know in the comments!


55 thoughts on “Waffle Book Tag

  1. It made me laugh to realize that Eggo’s are an American thing. Leggo my Eggo!
    Of course, they’re not nearly as good as the real thing, but if you have no desire to cook and want that waffle’y taste, they’re great!

    Thankfully I just ate my latest Survival Saturday food, and it was good, so no cravings here 🙂

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  2. I just finished The Seven Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle (7 or 7,5: it’s funny that that is the main difference between the EN and US editions) and I LOVED it. I read well into the night because I just HAD to finish it! It’s very nice to be able to squeee about it to someone who has read it too :).

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  3. This tag is just glorious and the waffle graphics are wonderful! Eggos are something I learnt about after watching Stranger Things. There’s so many interesting books on this list, and yes, I saw what you did with Words in Deep Blue (wink wink). Looked up the book itself and it sounds fascinating! Will have to check it out some time soon!

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  4. Awww, thanks so much for your sweet words, love! I had a blast reading your answers! I LOVE your answer for Words in Deep Blue. It made me chuckle lol! I adore Cress as well, and I think that A Christmas Carol is one of the best classics ever! Definitely my favorite Dickens novel! 🙂


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