It’s too cold to do anything besides write a Winter Book Tag post. Did you hear that books stay warm with book jackets? Ashlee from Books are 42 and Olivia from The Blind Scribe recently posted their own lovely Winter Book Tag posts.
The colors of Winter are muted. Choose a book that has whites, light blues and greys.
In my opinion, Anne of Green Gables in muted inside and out. It’s not boring – it’s muted in a wholesome way.
Colder weather makes for the perfect time to sit by a crackling fire. Which book is best to curl up next to the fire with?
The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe would be my choice for reading by the fireside. It’s familiar and therefore it’s also cozy.
Winter storms can be brutal. What book do you love that takes the characters through a brutal season?
I love A Game of Thrones. It is brutal and captivating.
Spending more time indoors allows more time to dream and wish. Which character is living a life that you dream about?
There are so many books and so many characters that I don’t want to be. Alice is the closest character that is even a possibility.
There is nothing like a hot cup of cocoa during winter. What book do you think should be the next big thing?
Don’t forget to check out The Library of the Dead. I heard that libraries are good for circulation.
Lip Balm and Lotion
Soothing dry skin is part of winter for many. What book is full of soothing and comforting words?
2nd choice was The Tao of Pooh.
What is your winter go to food or drink?
Hot apple cider is my favorite winter drink. Apple fritters are also delicious.