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Coffee Book Tag

Hi Friends!

It’s been a really long time since I’ve done a book tag and I really enjoy them so I thought that needed to change. As I was sipping away on a couple of coffee I thought what better than the Coffee Book Tag.

This tag was created by BangadyBangz,



1. Black: Name a series that’s tough to get into but has hardcore fans.

Cassandra Clare has a huge fan following. I love that she has expanded her world and has many series in it! However, that makes it very intimidating for me to jump into the series. I can hardly finish a trilogy let alone a longer series.

2. Peppermint mocha: Name a book that gets more popular during the winter or a festive time of year.

It doesn’t feel like winter or Christmas for me anyways without The Christmas Carol. If I don’t read the book than I am watching one of the movie adaptions. Randomly I think y favorite version of The Christmas Carol is the Mickey Mouse one. Probably because it is so nostalgic for me.

3. Hot chocolate: What is your favorite children’s book?

I think the most read series for me as a kid was The Magic Tree House series, I remember loving this series and I really want to read some of these now to see if they are as good as I remember. I think my favorite was Ghost Town at Sundown #10 in the series. Or at least this is the only one I remember the plot.

5. Starbucks: Name a book you see everywhere.

The book I have been seeing everywhere is The Poppy War and I am so excited to read this but sadly I won’t be able to read it for a while since there is a long wait at the library. Last I checked it had over 6 months before I have a chance at getting this book.

6. That hipster coffee shop: Give a book by an indie author a shoutout.

I just read this book on Kindle Unlimited and I loved it! I mean it follows two bookish people and they were so cute together. They have a date at a library and did a blind date with a book it was so cute and I didn’t want their story to end.

7. Oops! I accidentally got decaf: Name a book you were expecting more from.

This was the first book I’ve read from the Discworld series and I wasn’t that impressed but I’ve heard the later books are more solid than the older books in the world. I did enjoy death as a character but I’m excited to see him more in depth in the later books.

8. The perfect blend: Name a book or series that was both bitter and sweet but ultimately satisfying.

Even though there is a possible 3rd book in this series I really loved this duology and I felt all of the things which is always a good thing. I loved the characters’ interactions and I felt super connected to them all but that death Y’all about killed me!

I officially tag:

Allie @ Hexen Librarian

Isabelle @ Bookwyrm Bites

Sophia @ Bookwyrming Thoughts

Neni @ La Mafia Morada

Sepia @ SepiaReads

Nora @ Papertea and Bookflowers

Han @ The Queens of Geekdom

Nox @ Nox Reads

Lindsay @ Truly Booked

& YOU!

I know this tag has been out for a while, but it’s new to me so If you want to do it again or for the first time, definitely go ahead! If you do decide to participate leave me a link I would love to see your answers

12 thoughts on “Coffee Book Tag

  1. thanks for the tag! 💕

    if you do want to read Cassie Clare’s books, I’d recommend starting with one of the trilogies – TID oR TDA (I’ve only read TID and TMI, but TID is far and away my favorite); they feature some character cameos and small references, but technically do stand alone from each other 😉

    and oof, having to wait in long library queues is always awful – especially since those books don’t always live up to the hype 😕 but I hope you enjoy The Poppy War when you finally get it!


    1. I’ve heard you can read them separately bit i think I’m going to try to read in publishing order. I have read 2-3 of the Original series way back in junior high or high school but its been so long so i need to reread them. I love seeing characters from other series pop up so i think that will be the most fun for me.
      Usually after the wait my expectations are lower since I’ve read so many reviews while i wait but I’ve heard so many good things about The Poppy Wars so I’m still really excited!

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  2. This seems to be a great tag! 🙂 I understand the fear of starting the Shadowhunter books by Cassandra Clare. I’ve only read the first book in the Mortal Instruments series last year and I was so afraid to hate the book. In the end, I liked it but knowing that I have still so many books to read in the series before I’m all caught up is so frustrating! I’m not even sure to catch up on the rest of her books before she publishes her next one. How is she able to write so fast? xD


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