Happy November, fellow bibliophiles!
I was tagged by A Little Haze Book Blog to take part in this tag. The tag itself is part of Clo and Fictionally Sam’s Bookending Autumn 2019, and this tag was originally hosted by PoetryBooksYA.
I’m pretty excited to take part, so let’s begin! 🙂
CHILLY–BOOK WITH A WHITE COVER (Sad story/plotline)
Michael Belanger’s The History of Jane Doe is well-written, but be warned: it’s definitely a rough ride, and it deals with teen suicide.
SWEET–BOOK WITH AN ORANGE COVER (A favorite contemporary novel)
I couldn’t find many contemporary books that I really loved (much less ones with completely orange covers), but this is my most recent read in that category: Michelle Andreani and Mindi Scott’s exploration of romance and grief, The Way Back to You
SPICY–BOOK WITH A RED COVER (Action/Fast-paced setting)
I could go on for days about the The Demon World. The whole series (that’s come out), for that matter.
DARK–BOOK WITH A BLACK COVER (Dark, twisted theme)
The entire Three Dark Crowns series is pretty rife with violence, disturbing sibling rivalries, and all manner of spooky stuff. All four books had me on the edge of my seat…
GREEN–BOOK WITH A GREEN COVER (Makes you feel jealous)
This was a hard one…I mean, green cover? Easy. Makes me feel jealous? Now that’s another story…
I suppose that Robert Beatty’s Willa of the Wood doesn’t inherently make me jealous, but I’m definitely jealous of Beatty’s world-building and descriptive writing. (He’s also the author of the Serafina trilogy, which, excluding book 2, I adored in middle school.)
Well, that just about wraps it up!