Hello everyone! As usual, I was not tagged for this, but I have decided that I want to do it, so I’m going to. Also, I would like to apologise for the lack of posts this week- I have been very busy with homework and NaNoWriMo. Due to this, I am going to be posting a little update thing in a bit, letting you know some important things that are coming up. I tag Càtia @The Girl Who Read Too Much (because I commented on her post just before writing this post) and Anthony @aVeryAwkwardBlog (because you have so many rant posts recently 😉 ). And then, without further ado, let us begin!
Crunching Leaves- the world is full of colour. pick a book that has red, oranges and yellows on the cover.
This is actually surprisingly difficult, because most of my yellow or red books are distinctly only at the colour, but I think I’ll go for A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin. It doesn’t have red, but it is close enough…
Cozy Jumper- it’s finally cold enough to don warm clothing. pick a book that gives you the warm fuzzies.
For this one (again, it was surprisingly difficult), I think I’ll have to go for Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. A certain two characters just make my heart melt, they’re adorable! I’m pretty sure I reread a couple of scenes, just to soak up the adorableness that they exude. If you’ve read the book, I think you know what I’m talking about. If you haven’t… read it!
Autumn Storm- the wind is howling and the rain is pounding. choose your favourite book or genre to read on during a storm.
Definitely fantasy, it really sets the mood…. How about a reread of Harry Potter?
Cool Crisp Air- pick your favourite character that you would most like to be.
As a lot of people who have done this have said, this is really difficult because a lot of my favourite characters are in really awful situations, but I’d actually really like to be Daenerys Targaryen. I know it is strange, but she is just such an interesting character. (Source: here)
Hot Apple Cider- which under-hyped book do you want see become the next biggest, greatest thing.
Fish In A Tree by Lynda Mullay Hunt. It explores some important, emotional topics which need to be addressed. In addition, it is beautifully written.
Coats, Scarves and Mittens- the weather has turned cold and it’s time to cover up. which book cover do you like to keep covered up in public.
Life and Death/Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. I was okay with it until my friends made fun of me for reading the rewritten one (which was far less cliche and annoying, in my opinion).
Pumpkin Spice- what is your favourite fall-time comfort food.
The same as it is for the rest of the year: chocolate and tea.
Hope you enjoyed and speak to you soon.