The Afternoon Tea Book Tag

Hello everybody! Today, I have a tag for you, this time the Afternoon Tea Book Tag created by Incessant Bookworm. Onto the post!

Finger Sandwiches: A Book You Savoured Every Minute Of

I feel like I can’t go a single post without mentioning the Gifts series by Caroline O’ Donoghue now, but seriously, every single word is perfect and I just love those books with all my heart.

Scones: A Book Everyone Should Own I mean, I don’t know!

Maybe The Secret of Haven Point? I don’t think enough people have read it, and I want to see much more disability rep in books because this one meant a lot to me.

Biscuits: A Book that Can be Finished in One Sitting

It wasn’t quite one sitting, but I read Twice Hexed super quickly because I was so desperate to see what would happen!

Patisserie: A Book that is Light and Easy to Read

Um, let’s say an author, Rachael Lucas, cause I’ve just read one by her and all her books are honestly so lovely.

Showstopper: A Book that Blew You Away

Okay, so a book I expected to like but ending up LOVING is the Last Fallen Star; it’s about Korean witches and the worldbuilding is unreal. The characters and the humour were also absolutely on point!!

Tea: A Heart-warming Classic

I was talking about Charlotte’s Web today, so let’s say that. I have no idea if it’s heartwarming, but a classic I’d like to read soonish is Pride and Prejudice.

Thank you so much for reading! What’s your favourite of the snacks mentioned in this tag? Do you have any thoughts on the books I’ve mentioned? I’d love to have a wee chat with you!!

Amy xx

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

3 thoughts on “The Afternoon Tea Book Tag”

  1. So much food! Definitely, biscuits I can dunk, and a great sponge cake. As to books, hmm, well if it is tea and cake it has to be a murder mystery by Christie, or maybe R Stevens. And of course with Alice Éclair soon to hit the shelves, one of Sarah’s books would make great afternoon reading.

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