A couple of days ago I was tagged by Rachel Vincent to do the Candy Book Tag. Thank you!
I’m pretty sure there aren’t any specific rules, but you can visit Rachel’s post here.
Anyways, let’s get on with the tag!
Apples: Ah, healthy food. It is deep, it is meaningful, and probably won a lot of awards but, um, it really isn’t your thing.
Well personally, I think apples are delicious. But, for the sake of the post, I’ll find an answer.
Honestly, I would have to say the Keeper Of the Lost Cities series. I tried so hard to read those books, but I unfortunately never finished them. Of course, now I might consider going back to read the series, but thinking of how thick each book is, makes me want to change my mind.
Milk Chocolate: This is a book that you’d recommend to EVERYONE!
Hope Is A Ferris Wheel by Robin Herrera. This is a great book, and I would recommend this to anyone who is willing to read it.
Black Jelly Beans: Why do these even exist?
For this answer I have to say The Fairy Land of Science by Arabella Buckley. This is a non-fiction book about science that I’m currently reading for school, and I absolutely detest it.
Chocolate Kisses: Awww, this book had the best romance.
I usually don’t read books about romance, but I did read Thirteen by Lauren Myracle, and it definitely had the best romance.
Gummy Spiders: EEK! You made sure to check under your bed each night after reading this book.
I hardly ever read anything that involves anything scary. At all, ever. But, those few times that I do, I usually pick out the scariest ones. The Goosebumps Wanted: The Haunted Mask is terrifying. Absolutely terrifying. Just looking at the cover gives me chills up my spine…
Jumbo Lollipop: This took you forever to get through, but hey-you did it!
Wishing Day by Lauren Myracle. This book isn’t as long as it seems, but as I was reading it I thought I would never finish it. It’s a great book, but it took forever to read!
Cotton Candy: Admit it: You loved this when you were little (and you probably still do). Think children’s or MG fiction.
Well, I had to look up what ‘MG fiction’ means, and I found out it means Middle Grade Fiction. So I guess my next answer will fit right in.
I’d have to say the Rainbow Magic fairies series my Daisy Meadows. There are so many of these books, I’m surprised the author hasn’t run out of ideas yet.
Now I’ll tag:
A lot of happiness
I had a lot of fun doing this tag, thank you Rachel!