Fellow WordPress book blogger Bookish In Bed tagged me in this challenge, so here goes.
Black: A series that’s tough to get into, but has a hardcore following.
I read The Hobbit and then the first book in this series, but I gave up once the movies came out and I didn’t even see all of the movies. Maybe I’ll try again at some point.
Peppermint Mocha: A book that gets more popular during the winter or festive time of year.
I don’t have this book anymore, but I loved it as a kid. I still watch the cartoon of it when it comes on around Christmas.
Hot Chocolate: A children’s book
This is a cute book with a great message. It’s about learning to accept others and their differences.
Double Shot of Espresso: A book that kept you on the edge of your seat.
This book is intense and very well written. The characters stuck with me way after I finished it. The climax of the book is crazy and shocking. If you like character driven thrillers, I highly recommend it.
Starbucks: A book you see everywhere
This book has been everywhere lately. I see it on Goodreads, Facebook, Youtube, Books-A-Million and it was in the Penguin Teen sampler.
The Hipster Coffee Shop: A book by an independent author.
Do you like noir mysteries set in the 1930’s about undead detectives? If so, this is a book for you.
Oops, I Accidentally Got Decaf: A book you were expecting more from.
This book started off well and it was interesting, but then it just got repetitive.
The Perfect Blend: A book or series that was both bitter and sweet, but ultimately satisfying.
I really enjoyed the House of Night series. They have vampyres, magick, cats and love in them.
Green Tea: A book or series that is quietly beautiful.
I loved everything about this book. The friendships, the characters’ growth over the course of the story, the descriptions, their fictional town of Stanwich, just everything. I was actually sad when I finished this.
Chai Tea: A book or series that makes you dream of far away places.
New Orleans might not be considered a “far away place,” but the descriptions of the city in this book are so amazing that I felt like I could actually see the places they were going. If I ever get to go there, I’m going to take this book with me.
Earl Grey: A Favorite Classic
I’ve loved this poem ever since I read it as a kid. If you’ve never read it, I recommend it. Especially if it’s a dark, rainy night in December.