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!
➽ 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! ♡
For this time of year, let’s go with Christmas Carol!
Trying to keep to the Christmassy theme, I’m gonna go with Little Women.
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!
Cress! She’s super sweet and my favourite character in the Lunar Chronicles.
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!
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!
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!
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!
And that’s all for now! What’s your favourite delectable series? Let me know in the comments!