Hello, it’s been a minute! I’m very glad to say that from here on out I will most defiantly be posting more frequently! I needed some time away due to get my mental health better but I’m now in recovery and making incredible progress towards my goals! For anyone else out there struggling with their mental health, you got this!
So, it is finally the festive season and I cannot explain just how excited I am for Christmas!! This year we are celebrating our first Christmas as The Hampsons (My mum & Stepdad got married this year!) which is making the whole season just that extra bit magical!
For this post I have created a festive treat, a Christmas book tag! This will consist of a few bookish questions inspired by my all time favourite festive songs.
Jingle All the Way
A book you loved so much you couldn’t put down.
Song: Jingle Bells
It’s Kind of A Funny Story by Ned Vizzini
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
A book with the best time setting.
Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare
Look at all the things My True Love gave to Me
A book that gave you all the feels.
Song: True Love
The Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer
Stockings on the Fireplace
A book that gives you that warm fuzzy feeling.
Song: Christmas Eve
Harry Potter and the Philosphers Stone by J.K. Rowling
Were Gonna’ have a party tonight
A book with the best party scene.
Song: Merry Christmas Everyone
To all the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han
Raise a glass for Everyone
A book you’ve read which has received the most praise.
This is Hard! But I think possibly One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McMmanus
Snow is Falling
A book that takes place in the winter months.
Song: Sleigh Ride
So it doesn’t nessiarly take place in winter but there is a good portion of the book where there is snow so… History is all You Left Me by Adam Silvera
Let the bells ring out for Christmas
A book that screams Christmas.
My True Love gave to Me by Stephanie Perkins & more.
Every Snowflakes Different
A book that is really different to what you usually read but you loved it.
The Complete Maus by Art Spiegelman
Thank You for Reading!