Winter is Coming Book Tag

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Welcome to the Winter is Coming Book Tag! I discovered the tag on Zezee with Books. She has many bookish posts worth visiting. The Winter Is Coming book tag was created by booktuber Katherine Barka.

Everyone is welcome to participate. Tag Zezee, Katherine and I in your posts so that we can see your answers.

SNOW: IT IS BEAUTIFUL WHEN IT FIRST FALLS, BUT THEN IT STARTS TO MELT.
A BOOK/BOOK SERIES THAT YOU LOVED AT THE BEGINNING, BUT THEN, AT THE MIDDLE OF IT, YOU REALIZED YOU DON’T LIKE IT ANY LONGER.

I don’t remember if I finished the series. I am ok with not finishing the rest of the books.

SNOWFLAKE: SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL AND ALWAYS DIFFERENT.
CHOOSE A BOOK THAT STANDS OUT, THAT IS DIFFERENT FROM ALL THE OTHER BOOKS YOU’VE READ.

It’s my favorite book of all time. There are no other books like One Hundred Years of Solitude.

SNOWMAN: IT IS ALWAYS FUN TO MAKE ONE WITH YOUR FAMILY.
CHOOSE A BOOK THAT A WHOLE FAMILY COULD READ.

The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus is a classic for the whole family.

CHRISTMAS
CHOOSE A BOOK THAT IS FULL OF HAPPINESS, THAT MADE YOU WARM INSIDE AFTER READING IT.

I loved The House in the Cerulean Sea. It’s a lovely book.

SANTA CLAUS: HE BRINGS WONDERFUL PRESENTS.
CHOOSE A BOOK THAT YOU’D LIKE TO GET FOR CHRISTMAS.

I would love to have this book as a Christmas present.

SNOW BOWLING: IT CAN BE PAINFUL TO BE HIT BY A SNOWBALL.
CHOOSE A BOOK THAT HURT, THAT MADE YOU FEEL SOME STRONG EMOTION LIKE SADNESS OR ANGER.

Tess of the D’Urbervilles is the only book that has ever made me cry.

SLEDDING: WE ALL LOVED IT WHEN WE WERE YOUNGER.
CHOOSE A BOOK THAT YOU LOVED WHEN YOU WERE A CHILD.

I loved all of the books about Ramona.

FROSTBITE: CHOOSE A BOOK THAT YOU WERE REALLY DISAPPOINTED IN.

The domestic abuse is too much for me to look past.

REINDEER: SOMETHING THAT IS DEAR TO US.
CHOOSE A BOOK THAT IS OF GREAT SENTIMENTAL VALUE TO YOU.

I watched the tv series and read several of the books. I have also visited some of the real life settings of the books in South Dakota.

Book Tags

“Just a small town girl – living in a lonely world.” Concert tickets are practically essential. Musicals are the key to life. I like movies, music,books, and corny jokes.

1 Comment

  1. One Hundred Years of Solitude is one of my favorite books. Such a unique format, I think. The only other book I read that came close is “Kintu” by Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi.

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