Book Tag: Spring Time, Cozy Time

I recently saw Belle Rose Reads do this and it looked so cute I decided to do it as well! I also wanted to do this right away so it doesn’t get into summer before it gets done.

The rules are as follows:

  1. Thank the person who nominated you.
  2. Give credit to the original creator of the tag (Kate @ Cover to Cover Book Blog)
  3. Link back to the original post (this one!)
  4. Nominate other bloggers who need some cozy in their life!
  5. You DO NOT have to wait for a nomination to do this tag! Nominations are optional.
  6. Link your post in the Master Linkey so other BookEnders can see it!
  7. Finally… link your posts in the comments. It’s not a rule, but I want to see them!


Rainy days: A great cozy read while the storm is pounding away

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern: This book was written so beautifully. Once I started reading I’d get sucked in. I didn’t read it all in one sitting because I wanted to soak in the story but I loved it so much.

Thunderstorm: A book that surprised you

Down and Across by Arvin Ahmadi: This was a book I had taken off my TBR because I don’t read contemporary books that much but I loved all the relationships formed in the books and how fun of a journey it was.

Birds are chirping: A book about music

Daisy Jones and The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid: I haven’t read many books about music so this was an easy one to decide on. I have a couple other books on my TBR but I haven’t gotten to them yet.

Cozy blankets: A book that never gets old

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho: I think even the best books get old at some point but I would love to read this again and again. I’ve only done one read of it but the people I read it with and I talked about how we think we’d take new lessons from it every time we reread it.

A whole new wardrobe: A book with a beautiful cover

Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King: I love the UK cover of this book. It’s one of my favorite covers ever. EXCEPT. I hate the book so I’m finding it difficult to unhaul. My full review is here.

Baby animals: A book featuring adorable animals

Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang: I haven’t thought about this book in forever! I want to reread it at some point because I loved it. If I remember correctly the main character in this can tell what animals are feeling and can communicate with them.

Puddles: A books with an A+ reading experience – one that was so fun to read (even if it wasn’t your favorite)

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness: I bought the illustrated version and read it all in one sitting. The artwork is amazing and I could just stare at it forever. Plus the story itself is so much more than I thought it would be.

Candy: Favorite book featuring a sweet, soft romance

The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary: I listened to this last summer and I still think about it and it’s adorable. It’s a romance of  two people who share an apartment because one is only there during the day and the other has a night shift

Spring cleaning: A book you reread every year / fairly often

Shifters series by Rachel Vincent: There are a couple series I reread a lot but right now I’m in the middle of a couple rereads and this is the one I’ve wanted to reread the next one of ASAP.

Rainbow: Your favorite LGBTQ+ book

What if it’s Us by Adam Silvera and Becky Albertalli: I listened to this a couple months ago when I was in the mood for a romance and this one did not disappoint. It was exactly what I needed at the time.

Early bird gets the worm: A favorite March/April new release you read or favorite 2020 #arc you’ve received

You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen: I kind of had to pick this one as it’s the only spring release I’ve read so far. It’s decent. So far it’s more disjointed than I thought it’d be.

Picnic: A go-to book that always travels with you or one that you always have on hand

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert: I don’t physically carry this around with me but it’s one I keep thinking back to all the time. I also very much need to reread.

Declaring your Spring TBR: List three most anticipated reads for spring, and link your full TBR (if applicable!)

I have a couple posts I’m planning for reading books Twitter has recommended to me and I’m doing it in multiple parts. A couple from those I’m looking forward to are Break The Fall by Jennifer Iacopelli, Blood of Elves by Andrzej Sapkowski and The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo.

Have you read any of these? What would your answers be?

18 thoughts on “Book Tag: Spring Time, Cozy Time

  1. Great books! From the suggestions, the only one I read was The Alchemist. I remember loving it. I’m curious about Flat Share, I will check it out. Thanks for sharing!


  2. Great answers! I don’t think I’ve read any of these books but I know that I have loads of them on my TBR!


  3. This is a fun tag! The only thing that I have read too is The Alchemist. I’m sure I’ll reread it again some day!


  4. Not yet! It’s on my list to read soon, I’m waiting for my e-copy to come into the library but I’m so excited for it.


  5. It’s such a good book! I was really intimidated before reading it but I’m glad I got to it.


  6. I haven’t read that Adam Silvera book, but I’ve read a couple of other books by him and they’re definitely my LGBT books of choice. ‘They Both Die at the End’ and ‘More Happy Than Not’ are the best!


  7. How good to finally read your answers of this tag! Big Magic is such an amazing and motivational book, I haven’t finished it yet but it has helped me in my writing journey 💖


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