The Christmas in July Book Tag

Hello everybody! Today, I’m going to be doing the Christmas in July Book Tag, which I saw on Morgan’s blog last year and have been saving ever since. Onto the post!

Santa on the Beach- A wintry book you read during summer

I’m pretty sure I read North Child, which is extremely wintry, in August, because I was reading it when I went into uni to collect my lanyard/student card/talk to my disability adviser right before I started.

Elves Tanning- A fictional world you want to go on vacation to

I wouldn’t want to experience any of the scary, dangerous stuff that Morrigan does, but I think Nevermoor would be a really cool holiday destination.

Melting Snowman- A book that made you cry that you would reread

I, Cosmo would be a good pick for this I think. I’ve not talked about it in ages but it’s honestly one of my favourite books ever.

Christmas Lights on the House (still)- A book you’ve put off reading

I don’t so much actively decide to put things off, it’s just I have way too many books in my house and it will honestly take me years to get to everything. But one that pops into my head straight away is My So Called Bollywood Life, it sounds great but I just keep forgetting to read it.

Box of OrnamentsA book you’ve read that you’ve tried to hide from others

When I was quite young, I remember trying to hide the book Bras and Broomsticks from people. I can’t really think of anything else though.

Thank you so much for reading! Do you prefer winter or summer? What do you think of the books I’ve chosen for these prompts? I’d love to hear in the comments!

Amy x


Author: goldenbooksgirl

Disabled book blogger who also writes TV, film, music and other posts from time to time | UKYABA Champion Teen 2018 | Email: | she/her

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