The Christmas Movie Book Tag

As it’s getting closer to Christmas, my watch list has also started to get a little festive. I’ve even added A Christmas Price to my Netflix list. Yes, all three of them. I found (and slightly renamed) this fun and festive book tag on Two Book Teens BookTube channel, and it’s chock full of great films to guide you into Christmas week. Have you seen them all?

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Books with Festive Covers

This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday, run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.

When December rolls around, there’s simply no escaping the festive season. It’s definitely time to pull out the Christmas jumpers, pour some mulled wine, and curl up on the couch with some yuletide reading.

I love ringing in the festive season with some Christmas-inspired reading. It’s such a cosy way to mark my favourite holiday.

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Tag Thursday: The Thanksgiving Book Tag

Thanksgiving isn’t a big deal in Ireland. We keep the massive turkey until Christmas Day. But, we have got some of the traditions of the holiday on this side of the Atlantic – mainly Black Friday.

So, if we Irish can save a few bob on Kindles every November, surely I can take the Thanksgiving Book Tag? I found it over on Heather’s blog, and it’s a lovely way to celebrate Thanksgiving with none of the turkey coma.

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Five Star Reads in Five Words

You know me, I love a good bandwagon. So once I saw a couple of people doing the Five Star Books in Five Words Tag, I absolutely wanted in. It’s a tag originally created by Booktuber Matthew Sciarappa, but I’m going to be bold and bring it to the written world.

The idea is pretty simple – take some of the books you’ve given five stars to, and give five words to describe them. I realise it seems now as I’ve just mansplained the task but that really is it.

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I’m going to take five of my reads from 2019 (so far, who knows if there are still some to come).

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