Reviews and Essays, Seasonal

Book Tag – Christmas Spirit

The holidays are fast approaching and whether you celebrate Christmas or not, it’s hard to escape the classic, trope-y, magical spirit that’s about to take over. The customs and traditions of Christmas help me fend off the winter blues, at least until January, so, I created this tag to kick things off. Please pass along and ping me back if you partake 🙂

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer | A Book You Love Even Though it’s Not Perfect

Rudolf gif Akata Witch

The world-building in this book was so out there that it was sometimes difficult to wrap my head around and create images for – but I don’t care. I loved it.

Frosty the Snowman | A Book that Melts Your Heart

Frosty gif A monster calls book cover

All the feels.

The Grinch | A Book About a Sympathetic Villain

Grinch gif Fairest

I can appreciate a good villain backstory, and this one was a fun read.

The Christmas Prince | A Guilty Pleasure Book

christmas prince gif Valley of the Dolls

So. Much. Drama.

Naughty List | 3 Books You Can Never Forgive

Krampus gif

cry wolf book the wolf gift Stolen book

Okay – it turns out I have a theme. Werewolf books. They keep letting me down, and I keep letting them. It’s probably time to move on.

Nice List | 3 Books You Can’t Be Mad At

the santa clause gif

harry potter #1 wicked book Y Book One

Magic, wit and social commentary – my trifecta.

Eggnog | A Book You’re Saving as a Holiday Treat

Cory eggnog gif Hiddensee

Gregory Maguire has taken on The Nutcracker?! I’m in.


As always, no pressure (especially if Christmas just isn’t a thing for you), but I tag:

And anyone else who thinks it would be fun! Please ping me back so I can check out your answers 🙂


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