‘Tis the Season to be jolly, and jolly you may be. Today’s post is short and sweet – but it touches on some things outside the bracket of the book world. Today’s tag comes from ‘Eve Messenger’s OtherWORDly Endeavours‘ and it is called the ‘Tis the Season Tag’.
Do you have a favourite Christmas read?
There isn’t any particular book that I love to read over the Christmas period – it’s usually the only time I have off university so I try and read as much as I can. But the perfect Christmas read this year is going to be a cute, fluffy romance novel – probably something by Entangled: Crush.
Find a book cover that is blue.
The Love Letter of Abelard and Lily | Laura Creedle
This book has already made it onto the list of books I need to find under my Christmas tree this year, and it just so happens to be a pretty blue book too.
While I know that the design is a load of scribbled out hearts, it kind of looks cool from a distance, so brownie points on that!
What book would you use as a star on a Christmas tree?
The One | Kiera Cass
The gorgeously flawless design of the girl supposed to be America on the front of the cover would top any tree this Christmas. Although one of Young Adult’s older books, The One springs to mind whenever thinking about Christmas.
I’d love to see this on top of a white tree this year.
Pick one place that would be perfect for a Christmas vacation.
Either inside Hogwarts’ dining room – this view and food = happy Cody.
Outside in the Hogwarts’ Castle grounds in the snow.
Or making a visit to Hogsmeade.
Pick one character you’d love to take on holiday with you.
Alex Steward from Cecelia Ahern’s Where Rainbows End (now renamed as Love, Rosie).
Name one book on your wish list this year.
Love, Life and the List | Kasie West
Kasie West writes some of Young adult’s best romance and contemporary fiction – so here’s hoping that this little gem makes its way into my shopping bag in the new year.
Also, cover appreciation – look how gorgeous the cover is!
Favourite holiday drink, treat and movie?
My favourite holiday drink has to be hot chocolate! Every year where I live, a massive German Christmas market comes to town for a month – and the hot chocolate from there is simply divine!
As for my favourite holiday treat, that has to be toffee apples/chocolate apples. Again, they are everywhere at the Christmas market and super cheap as well. My absolute favourite one is a chocolate apple where it has been dipped in coconut flakes.
So finally, my favourite holiday movie is Love Actually.
and to all the lovely people reading this, remember to have a Merry Christmas!