The Christmas In July Booktag

I found this tag by googling and coming across The Thing About Books’ booktube video! The Christmas in July Book tag was created by Karla @ Books and Other Nerdy Things, but the video is no longer available. I love the idea of Christmas in July/holiday season all the time because there is nothing I love more than being cozy, and that is ultimately what the holidays are about for me šŸ™‚

santa on the beachShadow on the Crown by Patricia Bracewell. The book opens at Christmastime 1002, plus there’s something about historical fiction that feels wintery to me!

elves tanningI’d love to visit the Shire (so much coziness and greenery! And marvelous food!) or Red London from Shades of Magic because London is my favorite city and I would love to compare the differences!

melting snowmanThe Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller. I’m going to reread it one of these days, it’s so lyrical and lovely despite the pain.

christmas lightsLair of Dreams by Libba Bray- I loved The Diviners but the description for the sequel doesn’t grab me as much as the first book did. I also have a generally bad habit of putting off books that I’ve given myself deadlines for because it feels like homework. Hence, why I don’t participate in buddy reads lollllll.

box of ornamentsI’m not generally ashamed of my reading habits and legit can’t think of anything! Maybe books I’ve loved in the past that would be considered slightly problematic/dated now?


Do you have any fun book tags for me? I’d love to do some more! Let me know and/or leave me links below!

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