I have been loving these tags lately and thanks to Kelly @ Another Book In the Wall for tagging me (a million days ago) to do The Cookie Book Tag. Kelly is amazing, I’m always raving on about her and her blog so be sure to check her out. This tag just makes me so hungry and want to eat all of the cookies.
The creator of this tag is Nicole @ Sorry, I’m Booked
1. In addition to linking back to the person who tagged you, also link to the original post.
2. Pick a book that corresponds to the cookie’s ‘theme’
3. Have fun!
4. Tag 1-3 people
Chocolate Chip: A classic book that you love or really enjoyed
I have two classics that are my absolute favorite… To Kill a Mockingbird and The Great Gatsby. Both are so well written and such beautiful stories.
Thin Mints: A fandom that you really want to ‘join’ and/or a hyped-up book you want to read
I am really looking forward to reading The Mortal Instruments. I feel so out of the loop for not having read this series and it has a huge fan base so I’m surely missing out on something great.
Shortbread: An author you can’t get enough of
Marissa Meyer! All of her books are amazing. I still need to read Renegades and the Wires and Nerve graphic novels but I’m sure they will be amazing!
Samoas/Caramel DeLites: An emotional roller coaster
The book I most recently read that had me crying my eyes out was Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo. Don’t get me wrong, this book is so good and so worth all of the tears but oh my goodness… I thought I would never be able to open my eyes again after reading that.
Oreos: A book whose cover was better than the story or vice versa, where the story was better than its cover
Vengeance Road by Erin Bowman… This book definitely has the most beautiful cover I have ever seen but the story was just okay. It was the first western I have ever read and while it was interesting and fun, I didn’t find anything amazing about it.
Tagalongs/Peanut Butter Patties: A book that wasn’t what you expected
The Museum of Intangible Things by Wendy Wunder… one of my 1-star reads. I thought this would be a cute story about two friends who go on a road trip but it took a turn for the worse.
Snicker doodles: A book you may never stop rereading/loving
As soon as I finished this book I wanted to open it back up to the beginning and re-read it. And that book is Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. I have yet to see the movie but this book is incredible and so unique.
Bonus: Choose a cookie that is not listed and make up a question!
Sugar Cookie: A sweet love story
Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett. One of my recent reads and I really enjoyed it. It was cute and maybe not my favorite of all time but still really great!
Thanks again to Kelly for tagging me. This was a lot of fun and now I must search my pantry for some cookies. Thanks for reading, cya!