Pumpkin Spice Latte Tag

Thank you to cherelle the bibliophile for tagging me for this tag. Sorry, that this is a little late- considering its Christmas Season.

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Pumpkin Spice Latte – a book you didn’t think you’d love: I might have a cheat a little bit. I actually once thought I will NEVER love a tragedy. So, to get me to the Les Mis musical movie, I had to go on not knowing. I really didn’t know what to think of Les Mis when I first saw that film. But something in me told me give that movie a 2nd chance- after that the rest is history.

Basically, Les Misérables- even though I started on the musical. If I had literally seen this book the shelf, I would have walked past it. You would think I would be intimidated by the book, but I wasn’t- I already had knowledge of the musical. The parts I hated the most were the tangents.

Hot Apple Cider– a book that got a bit hot under the collar: when I think of this, the character of Kell came to mind- his appearance is rather interesting

Peanut Buttler Hot Chocolate– a book that felt like a warm hug: I will have to say that I really struggled to get into

Maple Pecan Latte– a book you enjoyed that was hard to get into: don’t know if a book fits this category  

London Fog– a vanilla character: did read a lot of fantasy and classics this year. Vanilla- hmmmm, can’t quite figure out that means

Hot Buttered Rum– a book that was very velvety smooth to read: I will say Shades of Magic- despite being fast-paced, felt good to read

Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew– a character whose temperament is icy cold: Spinning Silver, but can’t think of the character. But know the character I am of think of is in this book.

Actually- the characters of Shades of Magic might work as well- after all, some of the magic does belong to air. It has all four elements.

Salted Caramel Mocha– a book your’e really salty about:  Anna Karenina- only continued reading it due to a subplot I was enjoying.

Honey Bee Latte– a character who is sweet: seriously, there are a number of characters who are like this. Think I will only go for a 2020 character- despite being a thief, Lila is still a sweet character, and she actually is very mysterious.

Gingerbread Latte– a character you’d take home for Christmas: if I can include my characters, I want some of the Fairy Frogs to visit

2 thoughts on “Pumpkin Spice Latte Tag

  1. Looks like a fun tag!! It was fun to read your answers to the questions. I still definitely have to try to read A Darker Shade of Magic one more time… maybe I’ll try over my break!

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  2. Pingback: ThursTag: The Pumpkin Spice Latte Tag – Charlotte, Somewhere

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