Let’s just act like I posted this in time for Valentine’s Day. I didn’t realize this would be great for V-day celebrations until after I started on it, though I hardly mention romantic reads in the post. Hmm… maybe it is fitting that I post it now. I was tagged by the Organ-utan Librarian back in January. Go check her out! 😀
Box Wine – a book that people will judge you for liking but you like it anyway!
That’s just about 90% of the books I own. I read a lot of middle-grade and young-adult fantasy novels and people judge me for that because I’m in my mid-ish 20s. Apparently, once you pass a certain age you HAVE to start reading certain books because it’s the “adult” thing to do.
But, if I have to choose a book, I’ll go with Unteachable by Leah Raeder. It’s a new-adult novel about a high-school girl who falls in love with her teacher. It’s been on my mind lately. I feel like rereading it.
Organic Wine – a book that doesn’t have any added crap in it and is just written perfectly.
Anna and the Swallow Man by Gavril Savit. I recently read this book and I think it was well-written. It’s about a girl trying to survive World War II with the help of an unusual man.
Gluehwein – a really spicy, wintry read.
Hmm…maybe The Ice Dragon by George R.R. Martin. It has ice and fire so… I think that works for the spice and winter.
Sauvignon Blanc – a really sharp and aggressive read that you couldn’t put down!
Probably “Youth,” a short story by Joseph Conrad. It’s an autobiographical story about a young man’s first sea voyage. It’s foggy in my memory but I recall being so engrossed that I didn’t stop reading until I was done.
Pinot Noir – a book you didn’t expect much from but ended up getting blown away!
The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey! I picked it up out of curiosity and was surprised and glad to find that it’s well-written, engrossing, and tackled all the themes I thought it would and more.
Chardonnay – a good summer read that was super-zesty?
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants by Ann Brashares. I just read it. It’s definitely a summer read. I wouldn’t call it zesty though.
Rosé – a book that has a little bit of everything in it.
A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin. I think we can find bits of most genres in it. I think there’s something in it for everyone.
Shiraz – a full-bodied book that is dark and juicy.
You by Carolyn Kepnes. It’s about a dude stalking a girl. It’s great. Go read it.
Merlot – a smooth easy read with a soft finish.
Jinx by Sage Blackwood. A middle-grade fantasy novel about a boy who was abandoned in a mysterious wood. It was easy to read and the ending was okay.
Champagne – your favourite book.
That’s a hard question to answer.