Monday, 2 December 2013

Christmas Cracker Tag

I saw this tag done by Lucy on Bumbling Bibliophiles channel over on You Tube. I thought it would work equally well as a blog post and so I decided to use this to kick of my Christmas book reviews on the blog, even though I know there have already been a couple of them. So here goes, hope you enjoy!

1. Pick a book with a winters cover...

I reviewed this book back in March and even though its not a Christmasey book, it still has a lovely winters cover so this is perfect for this question. Do check out my review as the sequel for this will be out soon! 

2. Pick a book you're likely to buy as a present...

I would definitely buy people Take A Look At Me Now by Miranda Dickinson because it has now become my favourite novel of hers and one of the best books I've read all year, I can think of loads of people that would enjoy it and so this would make a lovely present! 

3. Pick a festive themed book...

I'm going to go for married by Christmas by Scarlet Bailey because this was pure Christmas joy in book form and the cover is so Christmassy! My copy is signed too, making it doubly lovely! 

4. Pick a book you can curl up with by the fireplace...

The twelve Days of Christmas by Trisha Ashley. I read this on a flight to the states for Christmas and it just made me want to be in an English country house somewhere. Surprisingly, it also made me crave soup something rotten, so if you're planning on reading this one, be warned of that! 

5. Pick a book you want to read over the festive period...

I think I'd like to read Let it Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Laurwn Myracle. It's sitting on my shelf and over Christmas itself, I know I might not have time to sit down and get into a whole book and so short stories will suit me nicely, there's a chance I may end up reading it before this though! 

6. Pick a book that's so good it gives you chills...

This Child of Mine by Sinead Moriarty. This book was such a page turner and was one revelation after another, I was gasping and exclaiming basically the whole way through. Definitely one to make you sit up and listen! 

7. Pick a book that's going on your Christmas wish list...

Definitely Anna and the French Kiss. Everyone raves about this one and tells me ill love it, I really like the hardback edition though so it's definitely on my Christmas list! 

Ok so it's tagging time. I tag:

Debbie @ Snuggling on the Sofa
Sam @ The Book Corner
Victoria @ Victoria Loves Books
Natalie @ Flutterby Books
Kirsty @ Love of a Good Book

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