The Snack Food Book Tag

Book Tag

I saw this tag over at Word Woonders blog, but it was originally created by Reading With Lucia, which you can see here!

Look, I felt hungry, then I saw this and now I’m more hungry. Let’s get even more hungry with these questions:

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Chocolate covered Pretzels- A book couple you thought would never work together

Do I like chocolate covered pretzels? I know I’ve had them before…

Luka and Yael from The Wolf by Wolf duology. The way they met under false pretenses and such, I just knew it wouldn’t work when truths were revealed. But I love them together so much please hold me.

 

Prungales ( at first I didn’t know what this was… it’s a trademarked name… I see what you did there…)- An addictive book you can’t get enough of

I love me some Prungales (hehe, that’s always going to make me laugh) especially sour cream and onion…. Those are my JAM.

Speak Easy Speak Love by McKelle George was so cute and adorable and everything I didn’t know I needed. I went into this book not expecting much and it gave me EVERYTHING. All the characters are precious and I need another book. PLEASE.

 

Trail Mix- A book with a variety of characters

It’s strange, I just got into trail mix… like officially…. but it needs almonds always. Yeah that was random.

I’ve been trying to read more diverse books lately and the most recent one would be Warcross by Marie Lu. That whole book has diversity written all over it. We have POC, LGBT+ and disabled characters.

 

Fruit Bowls- An unpredictable character

What do you like to put in your fruit bowls? I mean, bananas are a definite NO, but I think anything else is fair game. And now that I think about it, what makes fruit bowls the choice for unpredictable characters? Hmmm…

We can always go with the one and only Kaz Brekker, but I’m going to take it back a little bit and say President Snow from The Hunger Games because you can’t tell me he didn’t keep you on the edge of your seat.

 

Nut Bar- Your go-to book

I don’t think I eat nut bars… I mean, I’m pretty sure I have… I just don’t remember… Yikes…

The Light in the Attic by Shel Silverstein. This book has been with me since I was five. I actually have two version that I managed not to lose, which is shocking since my elementary years were full of me losing things.

 

Popcorn- A character to can’t help but like

You know that life changing moment when you see your friend make homemade popcorn with her popcorn maker? No? Okay.

We are not going to go with my obvious AIDEN answers, so we’re going to go with Warner (but I feel like this is another obvious answer  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ).


Yay, I did it! I know this won’t help my craving for gummy bears, but it was fun 🙂 . Anyway, I tag EVERYONE, of course. Let me know if you did the tag, I’d love to see what answers you came up with!

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