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Summer Vibes Book Tag

This tag was created by The Comfy Reader. I wasn’t tagged by anyone to complete it, but I thought it sounded fun, so I’m going to complete it anyway.

The Rules:

  1. Mention the creator and link back to the original post (Deanna @ The Comfy Reader)
  2. Thank the blogger who tagged you
  3. Answer all the prompts below, however you see fit
  4. Tag some friends
  5. Feel free to use the graphics

The Beach – a book set somewhere tropical

The first book that comes to mind is The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren!

Music Festival – a book with a focus on music

I’m quite surprised to say it, but I don’t think I’ve read any books that have had a focus on music…

Watermelon – a book with a juicy secret

I recently read The Catch by T. M. Logan, which has a really juicy secret!

Water Park – a book set near or on the water

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie is set on an island, so it’s definitely near the water!

Ice Cream – a book or genre that is a guilty pleasure

Oh definitely the “chick-lit” genre!

Picnic With Friends – a book about friendship

This is one that I read years ago, but Sleepovers by Jacqueline Wilson was about a group of friends who, you’ve guessed it, had a bunch of sleepovers!

Road Trip – a book that takes you on an adventure

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis takes you on an amazing adventure. It’s actually a book I want to reread sometime soon!

Sunburn – a book that you regret reading

A few years ago, I read Wideacre by Philippa Gregory. Previously, I’d never read a book by this author that I hadn’t enjoyed, but I wish I hadn’t read this one; I really didn’t enjoy it.

Summer Dress – a book that is light and cute

The To All The Boys trilogy by Jenny Han is perfect light, cute reading!

Mosquito – a book with an annoying character

I’m choosing another series for this one: Clary from The Mortal Instruments series really irritates me.

I tag anyone who reads this post – consider yourself tagged!

– Elanor 🙂

Author:

Elanor ~ 21 ~ Book Blogger

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