The Fall Time, Cozy Time Book Tag!

I was encouraged by the lovely lady over at Boston Book Reader to do this tag! Thanks for the encouragement, love! (:

CRUNCHING LEAVES: The world is full of color- Choose a book that has red/ orange/ yellows on the cover.

Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas. Just look at that gorgeous cover!!

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COZY SWEATER: It’s finally cold enough to wear warm clothing- what gives you the warm fuzzies?

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. I just absolutely adore this trilogy and there’s no other way to describe them other than fluffy. I’ve read the trilogy at least ten times through and have yet to grow tired of them.

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FALL STORM: The wind is howling and the rain is pounding- Choose your favorite book or genre that you like to read on a stormy day.

Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling. There’s honestly nothing better to me on a stormy day than a cup of tea or coffee and any of the Harry Potter books. They’re just the most nostalgic books ever and are perfect for those rainy days.

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COOL CRISP AIR: What’s the coolest character you’d like to trade places with?

Karou from the Daughter of Smoke and Bone series, hands down.

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HOT APPLE CIDER: What underhyped book do you want to see become the next biggest, hottest thing?

Arcana by Jessica Leake. I honestly wish that more people had heard of this book. I’m going to get the second one ASAP but I flew through the first. It’s so well-written and the characters and the world they have them set up in is perfect.

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COATS, SCARVES, AND MITTENS: The weather has turned cold and it’s time to cover up- what’s the most embarrassing book cover you own that you like to keep hidden in public?

Infernal Devices/ Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare. Okay, so albeit it’s not a series I’m embarrassed by in any capacity. But it’s more because as much as I ADORE talking about the series and the world, I don’t like how often I’m interrupted while reading any of Clare’s books- especially when the majority of people ask about the show and that’s a subject I don’t like to touch with a ten-foot pole.

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PUMPKIN SPICE: What’s your favorite fall time comfort food(s)?

Sweet potatoes. (not my photo- came from: Potato picture )

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Well, that about sums it up! If anyone else wants to do it, go for it! There’s only a few days left in fall, that’s why I wanted to do it now! :p

-Lauren xx


Currently Reading:

Pendragon: The Rivers of Zadaa (page 63)


5 thoughts on “The Fall Time, Cozy Time Book Tag!”

  1. Haha, I enjoyed your twist on the embarrassing cover prompt. Yeah, sometimes reading a popular book or series in public can lead to numerous interruptions, so I definitely see how that fits the prompt. I hate when people think because they see me reading it means that I’m not doing anything important and can be interrupted.


    1. I honestly haven’t ever bought a book I’d be embarrassed by, I always get something I have no problem telling people I’m reading. :p and yeah, popular ones seemed to be worse, but I do feel you on that one. People have this weird mentality that because someone is reading it means they’re just killing time or doing it for shit’s sake, not because it’s something they *want* to do. And why in the WORLD is it an open invitation to just talk to the person holding a book?! The “what’re you reading” question is the worst, and it always comes at a super crucial part in the book. Haha okay, I’m done, I promise.

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      1. Now, I don’t mind it as much if the person interrupting me is a reader as well and we start a fun discussion about books. That’s okay. And, lol. If someone asks me what I’m reading, I just shift the book so they can see the front cover and keep on reading.

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      2. Haha that’s different than someone just asking something while you’re reading for the sake of conversation. :p I do that too but for whatever reason I always get the follow up question of, “huh. What’s it about?” And I cringe.

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