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:
- Thank the person who nominated you.
- Give credit to the original creator of the tag (Kate @ Cover to Cover Book Blog)
- Link back to the original post (this one!)
- Nominate other bloggers who need some cozy in their life!
- You DO NOT have to wait for a nomination to do this tag! Nominations are optional.
- Link your post in the Master Linkey so other BookEnders can see it!
- 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
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.