Hello, my lovelies. Are you feeling festive yet? Welcome to my 12 Days of Blogmas 2020 post. Today, I’m taking part in The Festive Christmas Book Tag.
But first, before we get to the tag…
🎄 What is 12 DAYS OF BLOGMAS? 🎄
The 12 Days of Blogmas is an excellent choice for anyone new to the whole blogging world of Blogmas. This is my first year taking part and I wasn’t entirely sure if I’d be able to dedicate enough time to it.
For this aspect of Blogmas, blogging start on 1st December and we post daily for the first 12 days, or post every other day (which is what I decided to do).
Alternatively, some bloggers follow the 12 Days of Christmas from 25th December to 6th January in line with the Christian Church. This allows them to either rest before taking part, or follow their usual blogging schedule in the lead up to the 12 Days of Blogmas.
I really like reading tag posts. (Did you catch my Naughty or Nice tag?) Sadly my reading niche means that I don’t participate in as many much as I’d like to. I saw this one over on Jenniely’s blog a couple of years ago. Better late than never, right?! (The original tag was made by the booktuber GirlReading.)
Now, on to today’s Blogmas post – The Festive Christmas Book Tag
I’m not going to tag anyone, but if you want to do it too, I’d love to read your answers.
1. A fictional family you would like to spend Christmas dinner with?
If I were looking for a magical Christmas, it would have to be dinner with The Weasley’s.
It’d be a wonderful, family Christmas with magic, laughter and love.
However, if I was looking for a more grown-up meal, being invited to David’s house from Dianne Duvall’s Immortal Guardians would be my ultimate fantasy – the whole extended family are AMAZING!
2. A bookish item you would like to receive as a gift?
There are lots of talented people out there making scented candles – I’m slowly working my way through Etsy! Lol!
3. A fictional character you think would make a perfect Christmas elf?
Well as an avid reader of fantasy, I’ve could name hundreds of eligible elves. 😉 Whether they’d be vanilla enough to be a traditional Christmas elf is another thing.
4. Match a book to it’s perfect Christmas song.
My favourite Christmas paranormal romance is Felicity Heaton’s Vampire For Christmas. Oh how I love bad boy, Rafe
5. Bah Humbug. A book or fictional character you’ve been disappointed in and should be put on the naughty list?
There have been 3 books this year that I was looking forward to reading but didn’t live up to my expectations
6. A book or a fictional character you think deserves more love and appreciation and deserve to be put on the nice list?
If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that I love the antihero types. Felicity Heaton writes great lethal but damaged protagonists – yum, yum. 😉
- Keras (Guardians of Hades #7) by Felicity Heaton
- Daimon (Guardians of Hades #6) by Felicity Heaton
- Calistos (Guardians of Hades #5) by Felicity Heaton
- Marek (Guardians of Hades #4) by Felicity Heaton
- Possessed by a Dark Warrior (Eternal Mates #9) by Felicity Heaton
- Hunter's Moon (Vampires Realm #6) by Felicity Heaton
- Bound Angel (Her Angel: Bound Warriors #4) by Felicity Heaton
- Vampire for Christmas (Standalone Novella) by Felicity Heaton
- Warrior Angel (Her Angel: Bound Warriors #3) by Felicity Heaton
- Fallen Angel (Her Angel: Bound Warriors #2) by Felicity Heaton
- Dark Angel (Her Angel: Bound Warriors #1) by Felicity Heaton
- Esher (Guardians of Hades #3) by Felicity Heaton
- Valen (Guardians of Hades #2) by Felicity Heaton
- Ares (Guardians of Hades #1) by Felicity Heaton
7. Red, Gold and Green. A book cover that has a wonderfully Christmasy feel to it.
Did you read my Christmas Book Cover post? I shared all of the festive covers that I’ve got on my shelves. So for this tag, I’ve chosen a book that I don’t own.
Ok, so most of you are probably thinking one of these covers is more Christmassy than the other…
8. A book or series you love so much, you want everyone to find under their Christmas tree this year so they can read it and love it too?
The Amanda Cadabra Cozy Paranormal Mysteries Series
This is a quintessentially English cozy paranormal mystery series. Our heroine, Amanda, is a village witch in the fictional village of Sunken Madley. In each book, Amanda has various things to deal with, from solving age old mysteries, to helping catch a killer and unlocking the secrets to her family’s mysterious deaths. All the while keeping her magic a secret from her friends and Villagers.
Books in the Series
It’s never too late to step into the charming world of Amanda Cadabra and her tenacious cat, Tempest. Click any of the links below to read my reviews or buy the books yourself.
- Amanda Cadabra and The Hidey-Hole Truth (Book #1) (2018)
- Amanda Cadabra and The Cellar of Secrets (Book #2) (2018)
- Amanda Cadabra and The Flawless Plan (Book #3) (2019)
- Amanda Cadabra and The Rise of Sunken Madley (Book #4) (2019)
- Amanda Cadabra and The Hidden Depths (Book #5) (2020)
- Amanda Cadabra and The Strange Case of Lucy Penlowr (Book #6) (2021)
Buy AMANDA CADABRA in print and ebook.
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I hope you enjoyed my selection! Have you read any of the books I chose? Which books would be on your list?
I’m not going to tag anyone’s blog but please feel free to do the tag if you want to! Let me know in the comments so that I can read your selection. 😉
Before you go, check out my previous Blogmas posts.
Bye for now,