I saw this at Caitlin Althea blog, and I sent her a comment that I’d like to do this book tag and she tagged me in the comments.
- Link back to the original creator, Kat @ Novels & Waffles (That’s me, btw)
- Feel free to use any of the waffle graphics in this post, just make sure to credit me (pretty pretty please with lots of maple syrup on top)
- Tag as many people as you want (or don’t want) to. No pressure here, folks 🙂
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, honesty is the only classic I really like so I’m going with that book as my answer.
This is a book that I heard about in the book community, and I found it when I was looking for books written in verses, it talks about family, disability and loss.
Jacky Ha-Ha (Jacky Ha-Ha #1) by James Patterson, Chris Grabenstein, Kerascoët (Illustrations) I don’t know why it reminds me of my childhood because I read this as an adult, but it still does remind me of my younger self.
I’m going to go with Savannah Page from the book The Gift by Lily Zante the first book in The Billionaire’s Love Story series, which I did read all nine books from the series and for some reason love it.
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini made me cry my eyes out I don’t know why, but it touched me deep down.
The Jester by James Patterson, Andrew Gross is fighting a war with jokes.
I think I talked about this series way too much form me to say anything more.
Hands down my iPad, I have the kindle app on it, and I prefer it to my real kindle, but everyone to his own.
I tag you if you want to do this tag go ahead, I tag you because I don’t know who done it already or wants to do it. If you guys know how to do tips on blog graphics, please let me know, because I’m trying to learn more on the topic. The graphics are all Kat’s.