The Afternoon Tea Book Tag

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Hello Everyone!

Today is Thursday, which means it’s tag day! Today I’m doing the Afternoon Tea Book Tag. I went looking for tea themed book tags and I found this one, which was created by The Incessant Bookworm. I am a big tea drinker and I would love to go for afternoon tea sometime soon.

Here are the questions!

Finger Sandwiches – A Book You Savored Every Minute Of

I binged the graphic novels in a day, but I savoured every minute of Heartstopper by Alice Oseman. I love the characters in this series and spending an afternoon with them was wonderful. I still have to watch the television adaption for this one and I’m looking forward to revisiting all of my favourite characters when I do.


Scones – A Book Everyone Should Own

I don’t have a specific book that everyone should own because everyone has different tastes and preferences. However, to answer the question, I think it would be nice if everyone owned a book from their childhood that they have fond memories of so they can easily revisit it when the mood strikes.

Biscuits – A Book That Can Be Finished In One Sitting

I think With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo can be read in one sitting. I read it in two, but if I would have started reading earlier in the day, I could have easily read it in one. The short chapters and the great characters make it very easy to read and get drawn into.

With the Fire on High

Patisserie – A Book That Is Light And Easy To Read

I find Agatha Christie books to be light and easy to read. I know they’re full of murder and death, but it’s so easy to get lost in one on a cozy afternoon. The next Agatha Christie book that I’m planning on picking up is Murder in the Mews, which I’m looking forward to reading before the end of the month.

Murder in the Mews

Showstopper – A Book That Blew You Away

I can’t think of a specific book that I’ve read recently that blew me away. However, I am super impressed with middle-grade books, especially fantasy ones or ones with magic. I’m so grateful that I stumbled into the magical world of middle-grade books because they’re so much fun and I wish some of the titles that have been released in the last few years would have existed when I was younger.

Tea – A Heartwarming Classic

I think the Winnie the Pooh books by A.A. Milne are a heartwarming classic. I love Winnie the Pooh, I find the Hundred Acre Wood to be comforting, and I love revisiting the characters in these books every so often.

Winnie the Pooh






Amy Louise

And you!

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