The Coffee Book Tag!

Good hello and happy Friday! For the end of the week I thought it would be fun to do a tag! It’s been so long since I last did one so I’m excited to start doing them again! I wasn’t specifically tagged and I’m not sure who started this tag but I saw it on my friend’s blog Bookisly Brittknee.

Let’s Just Jump Into It!

Black Coffee: A series that is hard to get into but has hardcore fans

I’m going to cheat and say an author because her two popular series have diehard fans. Sarah J. Maas – I don’t understand it myself, I’ve tried both ACOTAR and Throne of Glass series and they are not for me. All power to everyone who enjoys these books!

Peppermint Mocha: a book that gets more popular during the festive season

I might be crazy (most definitely, haha), but I feel like Wuthering Heights by Emily Bontë. Another book I didn’t particularly like, but I feel like I’ve heard this being a thing where people enjoy reading this during the holidays.

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Hot Chocolate: A favourite childhood book

I 100% have to say Anne of Green Gables. I grew up with the TV mini series, the books and the movies. Of course, as a Canadian I loved this series. I started a reread, but I’ve only completed book one! My Anne of Green Gables: Book Review


Double Shot Of Espresso: A book that kept you on the edge of your seat from start to finish

I’m going to say Orphan Monster Spy, I really enjoyed the book and there was so much tension that I was definitely at the edge of my seat throughout the book! My Orphan Monster Spy: Book Review.IMG_1492

Starbucks: A book you see everywhere

I’m gonna say Strange the Dreamer. I haven’t read it yet, but I feel like everyone I follow has read it and loved it!

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That Hipster Coffee Shop: A book by an Indie author

I unfortunately don’t have an answer for this one! Please comment with some of your favourites!

Oops, I Accidentally Got Decaf: A book you were expecting more from

A book I expected more from would be Red Rising. Maybe my expectations were too high, but this was definitely a let down. I really wanted to love it! My Red Rising by Pierce Brown: Book Review.


The Perfect Blend: A book or series that was both bitter and sweet, but ultimately satisfying

Hmm… I had to very think about this one.. But my answer is One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid. I just finished this book a few days ago and it was satisfying but so bittersweet. I cried quite a bit too!


Green Tea: A book or series that is quietly beautiful

I know the perfect answer for this one! It has to be Unbroken: 13 Stories Starring Disabled Teens. This book needs more love than it’s getting. We need more disability rep in books! My Unbroken: 13 Stories Starring Disabled Teens: Book Review


Chai Latte: A book or series that makes you dream of far off places

My ‘chai latte’ is Outlander! I’ve read the first book in the series two times and with the show on top of that I’m dreaming of Scotland! I have always wanted to go, but the book just gives such beautiful descriptions of the landscape that I can’t help, but dream of it!


Earl Grey: favourite classic

Would it be cheating if I repeated an answer?? Well, I guess I can pick something else.. Haha. I absolutely loved The Alchemist. I thought it’s such a wonderful story with such great quotes too.


Well, Wasn’t that fun?! I had a great time! Now to rush to get ready for work!

As always, thanks for reading!


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