Tag #69: Holiday Drinks Book Tag

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I wasn’t tagged for this one, but I loved reading Daniel’s post so much, I knew I needed to post my own version.

Here’s the link to Daniel’s post:

Hot Chocolate: Marshmallows and chocolate and whipped cream, oh my! Recommend a book that’s sweet through and through.

Forgetting My Way Back To You

Forgetting My Way Back To You, Karina Bartow.

I read this book as an ARC a few months ago, and it’s really sweet and touching. I noted a touch of cheesiness, but it was also integral to the story. No spoilers!

Peppermint Mocha: The flavor of peppermint is strong and distinct. Recommend a book with a lot of strong emotions.

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, J.K. Rowling.

It’s so hard to pick a single Harry Potter book for nearly anything. This one runs the reader through the gauntlet of emotions, though!

Apple Cider: It’s so good it can’t be good for you, but it’s from apples – That means it’s healthy, right? Recommend a book full of characters with questionable morals.


The Hunger Games trilogy, Suzanne Collins.

I will probably never stop raving about this trilogy. If you’re looking for a great series with a ton of diverse characters, I highly recommend it. And there are definitely lots of characters with questionable morals here!

Eggnog: It’s creamy and smooth, with a little spice, and some people even add alcohol to it. Recommend a book that’s mostly fun, with just a hint of danger.

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Safe Haven, Nicholas Sparks.

This is one of Sparks’ books where I truly felt scared several times for the main character. No spoilers, but it was certainly intense for an author who has traditionally written sweet romance novels.

Gingerbread Latte: A drink with a veritable explosion of spices. Recommend a book with a lot of action.

The Girl on the Train

The Girl on the Train, Paula Hawkins.

This book was one of my favorite reads of 2018. It kept me on my toes, and on the edge of my seat, almost the entire time. Great book!

Tag – You’re It!

Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂

9 thoughts on “Tag #69: Holiday Drinks Book Tag

  1. Thank you again for another awesome tag!!

  2. Beautiful picks! Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was so emotional – Rowling talks about how it’s the BIG book because it switches from the “childhood semi harmless but amusing” adventures to the “darker” stuff. And it really does feel like that when you read it.

    I loved The Hunger Games specifically because of the questionable morals. I love a good book where there isn’t that DEFINE LINE between GOOD and EVIL.

    I was actually tagged in this a while back and I JUST finished writing my post earlier this week lmao! I have it set to release this upcoming week.

    Thank you again for the tag!

    • I shed tears in a few places with the first three books, but Goblet of Fire was the first time where I legitimately cried while reading it. And afterward. I totally agree!

      I also agree with you about The Hunger Games. I don’t think I fully realized the questionable morals part the first time I read them, but now I definitely do.

      Awesome! I can’t wait to see your answers. You’re welcome!

  3. Love your answers!!! ❤

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