Thursday, November 27, 2014

Ginger's Thanksgiving Book Tag

Since today is Thanksgiving I thought I'd do a little something different. I came up with a couple family/holiday related book question to share with you all. 

Hope you enjoy and feel free to leave your post links in the comments below. 

Ginger's Thanksgiving Book Tag 

Favorite fictional family? 

I always loved the Weasly family, I mean who didn't? From the clock in the kitchen to their homemade Christmas sweaters. 

Favorite fictional place to spend Christmas? 

Technically it's not fictional but I'm sure if I pulled half of what Eloise did than I'd be kicked out so it's close enough. 
I've always loved this book and I think it would be so much fun to spend a holiday weekend at the Plaza. 

Book that made you hungry? 

Life As We Knew It. Everytime I read that book, or any book in that series I get insanely cold and ridiculously hungry. It's like I get sucked into that world and I feel what the characters are feeling. 

Favorite book to read by a fire? 

This is going to sound weird but NOS4A2. 
I read it last year around Christmas time and I loved it, now it's forever categorized as a Christmas book in my mind... 

Favorite book to give as a Secret Santa gift?

Anything by Jen Lancaster, I feel like no matter what you read she's so universally funny that your hooked within seconds. 

A book you'd love to get for Christmas? 

The Queen of Zombie Hearts! I somehow added it to my wishlist for my TBTBSanta and now everytime I go to the bookstore I have to restrain myself from buying it!!! 

Favorite book recommendation from a family member? 

The Elegance of The Hedgehog. My Aunt recommended it to me a couple years ago when I was on vacation visiting her and my Grandfather and I went to the store the next day, read it within a couple hours and I still love it years later. 

Favorite book to read to the kids? 

Junie B. Jones. I always read those books to the kids I nanny and once my nieces and nephew are old enough I'm sure I'll be reading them to them. 

Favorite e-book series to feed your new tablet? 

Anything by Amanda Hocking, she's seriously a genius and I remember a couple years ago getting a giftcard and having maybe 5 dollars left on it by Christmas night and I ordered 3 of her books for my nook and spent the rest of Christmas break in her Trylle world. 

Book you want to read over the holiday break? 

I have a list I'm challenging myself to read over the break so I can get a little ahead for my blog, I know The Rosie Effect is on it and Playlist For The Dead, a couple others are: Distance Between Lost and Found
Last Time We Say Goodbye 
and My Heart and Other Black Holes. 

And there you have it, hope you guys have fun picking and choosing your own books to fit the questions and have a Happy Thanksgiving! 

Until next time, 

1 comment:

  1. Yes, I so agree with the Weasleys and Eloise!! My book to read to the kids would be Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, and probably a HP book would also be my fireside read. My sister recommended The Across the Universe trilogy by Beth Revis to me and I loved it. I would love to get the Raven Boys books for Christmas and I am looking forward to two books equally in 2015, the sequels to both Of Breakable Things and Gates of Thread and Stone, but this is only because I lucked out and recieved ARCs of both Ensnared, the last book in the Splintered trilogy, and Stone in the Sky, the sequel to Tin Star and have read them already. I will be checking out the Switched books. I couldn't come up with a hunger inducing book. Maybe that is because I am almost always hungry! Lol. :)