The Fall Bucket List Book Tag

Happy fall, friends! I’m so excited for this new season.😍 I’m ready for cozy reading days with blankets, warm drinks, and cool weather. Right now it’s still green and warm but the temps are a bit cooler, especially at night, which makes me very happy.!

I saw this tag and I thought it would be perfect for a September post!

Thank you to the original creator of this tag for the awesome questions and beautiful graphics!

Anne of Green Gables is the perfect lighthearted read. I also think it’s a wonderful fall read since it has beautiful descriptions of all seasons, fall included. There’s also the memorable Anne quote “I’m so happy to live in a world where there are October’s!”

Dust has had a lot of hype, especially on bookstagram, which is where I discovered it. I think it deserves all the hype because it was amazing!

The Betsy series by Maud Hart Lovelace has such fun friendships! These kids growing up in the early 1900s knew how to have some fun! I loved reading about “the crowd” and all of their fun times!

Little Women never fails to warm my heart! It’s such a beautiful book, my favorite book actually. There’s just something about Louisa May Alcott’s writing that comforts me. Her books are my favorite to read in fall and winter!

Eleanor from A Beauty So Rare is a wonderful cook, so good that she opens up her own little restaurant for women going through hard times. This is a beautiful book, one that I definitely recommend reading!

This third book in the Tradewinds trilogy made me so happy! It made me want to jump for joy so I think it’s perfect for this prompt. 😉

And that my friends is my answers to the Fall Bucket List Book Tag! I had so much fun!

Thanks so much for stopping my blog! I hope you have a wonderful day and a happy fall!

❤️Emma

Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag 2021

I decided to do the Mid-Year Freakout Tag to give y’all a reading update.

So for 2021, I didn’t really have a goal number of books in mind. I actually had a goal to read less, and do more. That probably sounds weird for a bookworm but it’s true! I read soo much in 2020 due to quarantine that I did little else. This year I wanted to be more active, try new things, hangout with people, and take opportunities. I didn’t want to have any pressure to read. Just read when I wanted to. And that’s what I’ve been doing!

I think I did get a little overwhelmed by all the books I added to my TBR once I joined the bookish community. I was reading some books I really wasn’t that interested in just because I thought I might be interested in them. I’m happy to say this year I’ve stuck to the books I’m pretty sure I’ll love, and it’s the best!

That being said, so far I’ve read 54 books this year. I’ve been really been enjoying going back to the library and getting physical books! I honestly got a bit burnt out with my kindle for a while. I LOVE my kindle, but having a change with physical books is the best.

I’ve read a lot of good books so far! A lot of trilogies, actually. It’s been so fun to meet new characters!

Now I’m going to get into the actual tag and talk about some of the books I’ve been reading. ☺️

1. Best book you’ve read so far this year?

I’ve read several amazing books this year but the best… it’s definitely between Finding Lady Enderly or Lady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano. They were amazing and went straight to my favorite books list!

2. Best sequel you’ve read so far this year?

Shadow by Kara Swanson! It was amazing! But then Flight of the Raven by Morgan L. Busse was also incredible. You know, it’s really hard. But it’s between those two!

3. A new release you haven’t read yet but want to?

The Nature of A Lady by Roseanna M. White is a new release I’d like to read soon! I’ve never read any of her books but they are high on my TBR. I’ve heard so many good things about her stories so I’m ready to read one!

4. Most anticipated release for the second half of the year?

A Midnight Dance by Joanna Davidson Politano! I cannot even tell you how excited I am for that book. I’ve loved every single one of her books so I’m thinking I’ll love this one too!

5. Biggest disappointment so far this year?

The Me You See by Jill Williamson was a disappointment for me. I had enjoyed the other two books in the series but that one had some content I didn’t like. I love Izzy in the first two books, and still liked her in this one… but it disappointed me. 😔

6. Biggest surprise so far this year?

Matched by Ally Condie. I’m always unsure if I’m going to like a popular book but I ended up really liking Matched! I was also surprised by how clean it was! Thumbs up from me!

7. Favorite new author–debut or new to you?

Sara Ella! I read the Unblemished trilogy within three days, and Coral soon after. All of them were amazing! She’s now one of my favorite authors. I can’t wait for her to write and release more books!😍

8. Newest fictional crush?

Ky from the Unblemished trilogy! I mention this series again… Ky was really great, guys. I loved him! This trilogy had a serious love triangle but I was #TeamKyforever!

9. Newest favorite character?

Selene from the Ravenwood Saga. She was just an amazingly written character. She had so much character growth throughout the trilogy. She’s definitely one of my new favorites as I think of her often!

10. Book that made you cry?

Unbreakable by Sara Ella… that book kept me up till 5A.M. The latest I’ve ever stayed up reading, and probably the latest I ever will again. But it was amazing… and broke my heart too many times to count. Goodness! The ending just demolished me, and I cried soo hard! Don’t worry… it’s a very happy ending… it just hurt a bit. 😭❤️

11. Most beautiful book you’ve bought or received so far this year?

Barefoot Memories by Taylor Bennett! I actually bought it on Kindle. Sadly, I haven’t bought many physical books this year. But hopefully that’ll change soon! The cover of Barefoot Memories and the book itself is beautiful.

12. What books do you need to read by the end of the year?

One of Sarah Sundin’s books for sure! I’ve heard a million good things about them. I started one and never finished it. That seriously needs to be changed!

That wraps up this little mid-year reading update! I’m happy with the reading I’ve accomplished so far. And excited to read more!

❤️Emma

The Summer Book Tag

What book cover makes you think of summer?

The cover for Chasing Jupiter by Rachel Coker gives me all the summer vibes! Sunshine, peaches, green trees— just all of the colors! I love it!

What book has brightened your day?

Sarah, Plain and Tall by Patricia MacLachlan was soo sweet and refreshing! It definitely brightened my day! ☺️

Find a book cover with Yellow on it.

The Noble Servant by Melanie Dickerson! Isn’t that cover so beautiful? It’s so summery and sunshiney!😍 (probably not a word!)

What is your favorite summer beach read?

I’d choose Porch Swing Girl by Taylor Bennett since it’s set in the beaches of Hawaii! The perfect setting!😍

What action book had you running for the ice cream man?

Shadow by Kara Swanson, the sequel to Dust. These Peter Pan retellings… whew!!! Super hard to put down. I was definitely on the edge of my seat!

(Sunburn) What book has left you with a bad and/or painful ending?

This Quiet Sky by Joanne Bischof… oh goodness, I cried so much!! It wasn’t a bad ending but it was painful. Heartbreakingly beautiful!

(Sunset) What book gave you the happiest feelings when it ended?

The ending to this book made me so, so happy! The kind of happy that made me smile till it hurt. ☺️

What book cover reminds you of a sunset?

I love sunsets! Probably why I love this cover so much. Dust by Kara Swanson!😍

What is one book or series you hope to read this summer?

Jane of Lantern Hill by L.M. Montgomery! Honestly, I don’t feel like a summer is complete without reading at least one L.M. Montgomery book. It just doesn’t feel the same! So I really do want to read Jane’s story within the next month or so.

And that wraps up this summer tag! All of these books would be good summer reads so if you’re looking for a book to read when it’s hot outside, these would be great!

I hope you have a wonderful Thursday! It’s almost the weekend.☺️

❤️Emma

The Historical Fiction Reader Tag

Hey, bookish friends! Today I thought I’d do a tag that’s right up my alley… The Historical Fiction Tag! Sadly, I don’t know who created this tag but it’s a great one.

If you’ve followed my blog or bookstagram for very long, you know I love, love a good historical fiction book! It started with my love for the historical American Girl book series. Now I’ve read many more historical fictions, mostly in the Christian fiction category… and I’ve found some amazing ones! I plan to do a post soon on some of my favorites but for now, I’m going to answer these questions. 😉

1. What is your favorite time period to read about?

This is a hard one… but I’m going to say late 1800s to early 1900s! I love reading about the pioneer days. Some of my favorites are Little House on the Prairie and The Hope of Azure Springs. And my favorites from the 1900s would be the Anne of Green Gables series and the Betsy series (by Maud Hart Lovelace!) I also LOVE books in the mid-1800s (Little Women and all of Louisa May Alcott books! They happen to be my favorite books!😍) Basically, books from the 1800s and 1900s!

What book made you fall in love with historical fiction?

Both the Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder and the American Girl series. Both really shaped my love for this genre. I remember my mom reading the Little House books to us at night, and I loved learning and imaging what it was like back in those days. And I remember summer days on the porch reading all the American Girl books my library had— Felicity, Kirsten, Josefina, Marie-and-Cecile, Kit Kittredge, Molly, Samantha— so many good memories!

If you could write yourself into any historical fiction novel or visit any time period, what would it be and why?

Ooh… this is a hard one! I think I would choose Anne of Green Gables. I know technically Anne of Green Gables is a classic rather than a historical fiction but it would be the time period I would most want to visit!

Have you read a historical fiction novel that was so gripping it sent you on a research deep dive?

Yes! Recently I read With This Pledge by Tamera Alexander, and I did just that! It gripped me so much that while reading it and after finishing it, I researched and learned more about the Carnton mansion and the Battle of Franklin. An emotional story for sure, but very interesting!

Do you have a favorite or auto-buy historical fiction author?

Yes, yes, yes! Rachel Fordham, Joanna Davidson Politano, and Melanie Dickerson. Cha-Ching! 😉

What is your favorite historical fiction movie or television show?

The Little House on the Prairie TV show. It’s SO good! I’ve watched most of the episodes multiple times. Ooh, and a tip! You can watch them free on the app/ website IMD-b. I own three of the series but was able to watch the rest on there. A blessing!😍

Historical fiction is often overlooked or underhyped in the booktube world. What book would you recommend that would hook any reader on the genre?

I would say one of Joanna Davidson Politano’s books— any of them really! They all have mysteries that really intrigue and hook me from the beginning. They’re amazing!

And that’s the end of this tag! I plan to do more historical fiction posts in the future because I truly do love this genre, and I love talking about it!

I hope everyone has a wonderful Memorial Day weekend! ❤️

❤️Emma

The Bookworm’s Book Tag

Hey, friends! I was recently tagged for The Bookworm’s Book Tag and decided to do it tonight. ☺️

The Rules

Thank and link to the blogger who nominated you— Thank you so much for tagging me, Heaven!

Include the tag graphic in your post/Link to the original tag

Answer the ten questions the blogger asked

Nominate between five and ten bloggers

Ask your nominees ten book-related questions!

Don’t feel bound to these rules

(Most importantly) Have fun!

The Questions

1. What do you like most about reading?

I love how I can go places and do things I won’t get to do in my own life! I also love how it sparks my imagination and teaches me things. Also, I love how it helps me see things from other perspectives!

2. What is one book that you give a 5 star rating?

Lady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano is one I recently rated 5 stars! It was fantastic! I’ve rated all of her books 5 stars.

3. What is your least favorite genre?

I’ve never read horror and I plan to NEVER read it. Ever. The end.

4. Do you prefer to read indoors or outdoors?

I love reading outdoors, especially on the front porch. But reading on my bed in my room is just so comfy!

5. If you could only bring three books with you on a trip, what would they be?

Ooh, good question! My number one would be the Bible but as for fiction books (I’m sure this would change with my mood) currently I’d say, Little Women, Anne of Green Gables, and The Hope of Azure Springs.

6. What book would you reread over and over?

Little Women for sure. It’s my favorite book ever. I love it so much!

7. Does a book cover determine if you will read it or not?

Not usually, unless it’s inappropriate or unclean in some way. I will say that beautiful covers do make me more likely to read a book. But I have read books that I didn’t care for the cover.

8. Where do you typically purchase your books?

Used book stores! Online I like AbeBooks, Thrift Books, and Amazon.

9. Paperback, hardcover, or e-book?

All three! But my favorite is paperback, for sure. Hardbacks are beautiful, paperbacks are enjoyable, and ebooks are convenient.

10. If you could travel to any made-up literary world, where would you go?

Narnia!

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My Questions For You!

1. What is a popular book you didn’t like?

2. Which fiction book changed your life?

3. Who is your favorite author?

4. What book would you like to be adapted as a movie?

5. What is the longest book you have ever read?

6. What is your favorite and least favorite book trope?

7. What is your favorite genre?

8. What book makes you cry?

9. Which fictional character would you want as your best friend in real life?

10. What is your favorite book series?

And that’s the end of this tag! Thanks again, Heaven, for tagging me! I had a lot of fun. 😊

❤️Emma

I Love Spring Book Tag

Happy first day of spring, bookish friends! I feel that I needed this spring more than I ever have before. All of the new life this season seems to bring is much needed after a cold, solitary winter! I thought I would do this tag since I do love spring.☺️

1) How is Spring where you live?

Very warm! There’s quite a bit of rain and stormy weather but there’s also many beautiful days filled with sunshine, fruit trees in bloom, and flowers sprouting up everywhere. The mornings and evenings are just wonderful.😍

2) Most anticipated book release this Spring?

Without a doubt A Lady in Attendance by Rachel Fordham! I’m such a fan of her books and I cannot wait for another one to be released!

3) Show us a book cover that makes you think of Spring.

The cover of On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder reminds me so much of spring! The green grass, the flowers, Laura’s carefree attitude along with Ma’s cleaning all reminds me of spring.☺️

4) Where are you going to read this Spring?

I’m sure I’ll be doing a lot of reading outside underneath a tree! I just love reading out in the sunshine, especially after a winter of reading indoors. But in the evenings, I will most likely be reading on my bed near an open window that lets in the spring air.😍

5) Find a cover with the sun on it!

Dandelion Dust by Faith L. Potts has the sun it it. So many spring/summer vibes!

6) What are your favorite Spring reads?

Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery, Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder, The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett… those are just a few! It seems I like children’s classics in the spring.☺️

7) Find a book with many different colors on it.

Lots of colors at the bottom of this one by Erynn Mangum!😉

8) Whom do you tag?

Anyone who would like to do this tag!

I hope all of you have a wonderful first day of spring and I hope you’re as excited for spring as I am. ☺️

❤️Emma

The Fairytale Book Tag

Since this month has National Fairytale Day in it, I thought I’d do a tag in honor of it.☺️ I love a good fairytale. Whether it’s a Disney classic or reading a fairytale retelling, they are fun and really spark my imagination. I decided to create this fairytale book tag in honor of my love for them! A few of these questions I found from other tags similar to my own. So I’m just gonna hop right into it.

1. What’s your favorite fairytale and why?

I think I’ll have to go with Beauty and the Beast. (although my favorite Disney fairytale movie is by far Tanged!) I think it’s because it’s unexpected. You usually expect the prince to be charming, handsome, and basically perfect… but in this tale, the prince is the complete opposite. Watching the character development in the prince is wonderful. The love story isn’t superficial and not based on outward appearances but on the heart. Also, the library and the BOOKS, of course! 😍 And I really like Belle!

2. What’s the best fairytale retelling book you have ever read?

That’s such a hard question! Can I go with two? Please? Well, honestly, my mind changes a lot. As soon as I choose a favorite, I’ll remember another that was just as amazing. But if I had to choose two top favorites, A Tale of Beauty and the Beast by Melanie Cellier and The Fairest Beauty by Melanie Dickerson (Snow White retelling.) Dust by Kara Swanson, a Peter Pan retelling, was AMAZING! I don’t know if you would consider it a fairytale retelling necessarily, but I wanted to mention it.

3. Who are some of your favorite fairytale retelling authors?

Melanie Dickerson and Melanie Cellier are two of my absolute favorites! Melanie Dickerson’s are unique because they’re done in a historical style. Melanie Cellier’s are unique because they are so uniquely done and reimagined! They are both amazing and I recommend them both.

4. What’s your favorite fairytale retelling series?

The Hagenheim series by Melanie Dickerson and The Four Kingdoms and Beyond the Four Kingdoms by Melanie Cellier. Surprise, surprise. I do love these authors!

5. What’s your favorite lesser-known fairytale?

Probably The Goose Girl. I like mistaken identity/ secret identity plots so I think that’s why. The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale and A Noble Servant by Melanie Dickerson are two good ones!

6. If you could be a part of any fairytale, which would you choose?

Ooh, good question! I’m thinking I’ll go with The Beauty and the Beast. One because the books! And second because there isn’t really a villain trying to kill you… Yes the beast would be scary but generally he’s softhearted underneath it. ☺️

7. What’s the most unique fairytale retelling you have ever read?

The Princess Game by Melanie Cellier, a Sleeping Beauty Reimagining. Instead of the princess actually being asleep, only her mind is asleep. It was SO good, one of my all time favorites.

8. What two fairytales would you combine for an epic retelling?

Ooh!! The possibilities here are endless. Maybe The Little Mermaid meets Sleeping Beauty. Or The Snow Queen and Snow White combined. I don’t know, my mind is going all sorts of places!

9.What’s your favorite thing about fairytales?

I love happily ever afters. I love how fairytales spark my imagination. But I also just love how many different ways you can tell a fairytale. They’re so many ways to reimagine and retell them. It’s just fun to me!

10. Which fairytale impacted you the most?

It’s hard to say. Probably Beauty and the Beast since the point of the story is love is deeper than looks. It has to do with the person inside. Mulan is a tale I don’t think about very often but in a lot of ways, it’s inspiring to me. Mulan sacrifices herself to save her family. She feels she will never be good enough but she wants to stay true to herself. I really like that.

I really enjoyed talking about fairytales today! Let me know you favorite in the comments. I hope you have a great day!

❤️ Emma

The Melanie Dickerson Fairytale Book Tag

Hey, friends! Today I’m doing the Melanie Dickerson Book Tag created by Melanie from the YouTube channel ChristianYABooksandMore. I’m a huge fan of Ms. Dickerson’s books so I thought this would be a fun one for me.

1. Healer’s Apprentice: Find a book where the character should have been good at something, but failed!

Anomaly by Krista McGee (I believe this is the same one Melanie picked!) In the State Thalli lives in, she is suppose to feel no emotions. But as you can probably guess, she does feel emotions and the consequences aren’t good.

2. The Merchant’s Daughter: What story has the main character defending the “supposed” villain.

I choose Romanov by Nadine Brandes. Nastya defends Zash even though he is a “supposed” villain. This is such a good story! I love this trope, as well.

3. The Fairest Beauty: Find a book that has a reluctant hero!

Geoffrey from Court of Swans by Melanie Dickerson. By saving Delia and her brothers without knowing if they’re accused crimes are valid or not, he is a bit reluctant in the beginning.

4. The Captive Maiden: Find a book that has a character that you love while other’s hated or the other way around, you hated and other’s loved!

I think most people liked Peter from Dust by Kara Swanson but I think some people might not. I can see why, he isn’t the most likable character around. But I really, really liked him… even if he does need a good shaking.

5. The Princess Spy: Find a book that you spoiled and/or someone spoiled for you.

I was on Pinterest one day and accidentally saw a spoiler for the third book in the Anomaly trilogy, Revolutionary. Ughh! I was devastated. Spoilers are a big deal to me. It was my own fault though… :/

6. The Golden Braid: Pick a book with social issues that has impacted your life or has touched your life in some way.

I just finished Coral by Sara Ella which dealt with people who struggle with depression. I was blown away by it. It was in no way an easy read, it was painful and hard to read at times but it did touch me. It made me want to love people more, better. It made me want to be more aware of others and what they’re going through, not to judge a book by its cover. So I’m going to say that book.

That’s all for this tag! I had a lot of fun doing it. Thanks to Melanie for creating it! And thanks to Melanie Dickerson for her fantastic books. 😊

❤️Emma

The Chocolate Book Tag

You know something I love as much as books? Chocolate! I love it… a lot. I have such a sweet tooth! So what’s more appropriate than talking about two things I love in one tag?

Dark Chocolate — A book that covers a dark topic.

Mark of the Raven by Morgan L. Busse is pretty dark at first. Selene is being trained to walk in people’s dreams, turning them into nightmares, etc… But as the book and trilogy progresses, there’s so much more light!

White Chocolate — Your favourite light-hearted/humorous read.

I don’t what my favorite would be but one that comes to mind is Sketchy Behavior by Erynn Mangum. It was lighthearted and hilarious! 😉

Milk Chocolate — A book that has a lot of hype that you’re dying to read.

A Time to Die by Nadine Brandes… (I’m dying to read A Time to Die😂) Anyways, I’ve seen it so much lately! I really, really want to read it!

Chocolate with a caramel centre — Name a book that made you feel all gooey in the middle while you were reading it.

This Quiet Sky by Joanne Bischof. I was totally goo… And I was also streaming in tears. I was a chocolate caramel gooey mess.😭

Wafer-free Kit-Kat — Name a book that surprised you lately.

Anomaly by Krista McGee. I didn’t think I was going to like it because it’s not a genre I read a lot of, but I did! (also, the plot twists most definitely surprised me.)

Snickers — A book that you are going nuts about.

Wow, I’m going nuts about so many books… how do I narrow it down to one? 😂 Well, I guess I have to choose… so I’ll say Melanie Cellier’s books. I literally read about 20 of them in one month soo… I guess you could say I was going nuts. To narrow it down to one, I’ll say The Princess Pact.

Hot Chocolate with cream and marshmallows — What book would you turn to for a comfort read?

Little Women, without a doubt. It is soo comforting to me! Probably because I know it and love it so well. The characters feel like dear friends. ❤️

Box of chocolates — What series have you read that you feel has a wide variety and a little something for everyone?

Melanie Dickerson’s Hagenheim series! There’s a wide variety of characters, from Giselle who is a damsel-in- distress to Mulan who is a warrior maiden. There’s so many stories! It’s a wonderful series for sure.

And so that wraps this tag up! I hope you enjoyed. I know I did! (And now I really want chocolate…)

❤️Emma

The Christmas Songs Book Tag

Merry Christmas Eve, everyone! It’s finally here! I’ve been wanting to do a Christmas book tag on my blog but I couldn’t find one I wanted to do. Since I’ve been listening to Christmas music a lot lately, I thought this one would be fun. I first saw it on Celestria’s BookTube channel so shoutout to her video for inspiring this post.❤️

1. “You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch” Name a villainous character you couldn’t help but love.

For this one, I’m gonna say Peter Pan from Dust by Kara Swanson. He’s the villain but then he’s not… you know what I mean? Anyways, I couldn’t help but love him soo…

2. “All I Want for Christmas is You” Which book do you most hope to see under your Christmas tree?

I didn’t ask for any books this year… *holds head down* I know, I know. How could I not? I did buy some books earlier this year and with my kindle, it’s just so easy. But if I did choose, I would choose The Love Note by Joanna Davidson Politano because it was soo good!!

3. “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” Name a character that overcomes major obstacles and learns to believe in themselves.

So many characters came to mind but I thought of Ava from The Princess Fugitive by Melanie Cellier first. She had a lot of obstacles to overcome and a whole lot of character growth. She has to flee from her kingdom and then save it and her people… without being killed. There’s a lot of action and suspense going on to say the least.

4. “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” a) Which character do you think would be at the top of the naughty list? b) Which character do you think would be at the top of the nice list?

In answer to question A, there’s a lot I could think of but remembering their names is hard. But I’ll go with the bad guy from Romanov. For the top of the nice list, I’d say Evie from The Princess Search by Melanie Cellier.

5. “Frosty the Snowman” Which book just melts your heart?

This Quiet Sky by Joanne Bischof. My heart was completely melted and ripped apart.😭 So many tears and love for that little book.

6. “Feliz Navidad” Choose a book that takes place in a country other than your own.

Waterfall by Lisa Bergren takes place in Italy!

7. “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” Which holiday themed book do you use to spread the Christmas joy?

Interesting question… I haven’t read many Christmas books actually. I would say Little Women because in the beginning, it’s Christmas. But I recently read The Christmas Joy Ride by Melody Carlson and it was all about Christmas joy!

8. “Sleigh Ride” Which fictional character would you choose to spend the holidays with (doesn’t have to be a love interest!)

HARDEST QUESTION by far! Hmm… if I could spend Christmas with every main character I read about in 2020, I would in a heart beat. But if I had to choose one, I’d choose either Willa from The Love Note or Josie from Dearest Josephine. 💗

9. “Baby it’s Cold Outside” Which book that you didn’t like would you sacrifice to a fire to warm yourself up in the cold?

Whoa… umm… harsh. I feel really bad to say I’d do that to any author’s work because I know writing a book has to be SOO much hard work. But, I did DNF Dangerous by Shannon Hale. It was not my thing. I would not recommend… so that one.

10. “Do you hear what I hear” Which book do you think everyone should read?

The Bible.❤️ It is the one book I think everyone should read.

And that wraps it up, folks! It was a really fun tag so if you’d like to do it for yourself, feel free to take the question. I hope all of you have a wonderful Christmas filled with peace and love!❤️ Thank you for following my little corner of the internet. You guys are the best! Merry Christmas, friends!🤗

~Emma