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The Bedtime Book Tag

I’ve actually seen both Reader Gal and A Little Haze Book Blog do this tag and it sounds fun so I’m going to join in!

It’s also highly appropriate as I’m writing this post while I should really be sleeping.

What book kept you up all night reading?

Most recently, this was The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren – I just couldn’t wait to see what happened next!

What book made you scared to go to sleep?

There haven’t been any recently, mainly because I don’t read books that make me feel uneasy/afraid close to going to bed! However, Room 13 by Robert Swindells made me far too scared to sleep when I read it years ago!

What book almost put you to sleep?

I hate to say it, because I really wanted to like this book, but Rowan Coleman’s Looking For Captain Poldark really did bring me close to sleeping.

Which book had you tossing and turning in anticipation of it’s release?

Definitely Queen Of Air And Darkness by Cassandra Clare! I couldn’t wait to read it after the (cliffhanger) ending of Lord of Shadows!

What book has your dream boyfriend?

None of them – I’d rather stick with my real one!

What book would be a nightmare to live in?

Definitely The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley; imagine going away for a holiday with a group of your closest friends and someone winds up dead? No thanks.

What book reminds you of night-time?

I have books that remind me of different seasons, but I can’t think of any books that remind me of night-time.

What book has a nightmarish cliffhanger?

I mentioned it above but Lord Of Shadows by Cassandra Clare has a truly awful cliffhanger ending…

What book have you actually dreamt about?

It’s more of a character than a specific book, but I once had a dream in which Miss Marple was trying to work out who had attempted to assassinate the Queen…

What fictional monster would you not like to find hiding under your bed?

Any of them…

I’d like to tag anyone who likes the sound of this tag to participate!

– Elanor πŸ™‚

Author:

Elanor ~ 20 ~ Hufflepuff