Winter Themed Book TagTuesday, December 22, 2015
Winter Themed Books
A while back I came across another book blogger and I really enjoyed her fun post, The Fall Time Cozy Tag. I tried to pull together a post then, but time just got away from me. With the official start to winter coming up, here's my winter version! I hope you enjoy it.
- Falling Snow: The colors of winter are muted. Choose a book that has whites, light blues, and grays on the cover.
There are many great books that fulfill this one, but I still love the cover to Every Perfect Gift **. The story was not my favorite, but the cover still catches my eye - I mean you can't get more winter into a picture, can you?2. Crackling Fires: Colder weather makes for the perfect time to sit by a crackling fire in the fireplace. What book is the best to curl up next to a warm fire with?
There have been a few books over the years where I could curl up and get lost in. Most recently I have to say The Selection** Series did that the best. It captured my interest so completely!3. Ice Storm: Winter storms can be brutal. What book do you love that takes the characters through a brutal season?
The story of If I Stay** pulls Mia through a series of events that are extremely brutal. In fact just about every character in this story is faced with unbelievable choices.4. Winter Wishes: Spending more time indoors allows for more time to dream and wish. What character is living a life that you dream about?
Part of me wants to put a book set in a tropical island since during the winter I dream of warmer weather. However, as far the life I dream of, I still see Anne’s life as a wonderful dream, especially her life in Anne of Ingleside**.5. Hot Cocoa: There is nothing like a hot cup of cocoa during the winter, as adults we often under estimate it. What book do you think should be the next big thing?
I greatly enjoyed Pivot Point**– it is certainly underrated. The story was compelling while original and the main characters were captivating. The overall story could lead a wonderful movie or even a setting concept for a TV series.6. Lip Balm & Lotions: Soothing dry skin is part of the winter for many. What book is full of soothing & comforting words?
I have to go with Women Living Well** on this one – partially because the cover is soothing to look at, and because Courtney Jacobs has filled this book with encouragement for all women no matter their season.
A Tag post is no fun unless you tag some others to join in! So here are my tags:
- Ayssa at Sunrise Avenue
- Anissa at The Bookworm Central (thanks for the idea)
- Karen at Dinosaur Superhero Mommy
- Tina at Mommynificent
- Any of you readers who want to partake!
It is pretty easy, just put together a post with the above seven categories and come up with your matches! Then tag some of your blogging friends and make sure to leave a link to your post over here so I can check it out of course. You can put up your post any time during winter, but try to give your tags a time to respond.
If you're in for the tag - grab this image for your own post so others can join us. Then share your link in the link up below.
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