Hello, beautiful ghouls! ♥ Books & baked goods truly go so well together & as a person who loves baking — I just couldn’t pass up my chance at doing the Bookish Baking Tag! I spotted this on my love, Destiny’s blog! If you’re somehow following me & not Destiny — please fix that.
** Please excuse the fact that the graphics don’t blend into my black background, lmao.
☆ Thank whoever tagged you
☆ Link back to them and the original creator (Kay @ Hammock of Books)
☆ Answer the 12 prompts, and feel free to use these graphics
☆ Tag 5+ friends to share the sweetness
The Boyfriend Project starts with a bang & unfortunately, for me, kinda dwindles — but it’s still a fun rom-com! I just love girl gangs & that’s that on that.
Am I currently promoting a book that I have yet to read? Yes. But, Cameron Chaney is an absolute delight & hello???? Every night is Halloween in Autumncrow??? We love to see it.
I drew an absolute blank with this, but I don’t talk about I’ll Be the One enough — so I’m going with Skye Shin; a plus-sized singer & dancer who proves that she can do anything.
The Mall takes place at a.. mall. It’s summer break & Cassie is preparing to head off to college in NYC. Things go down & lots of drama & adventure ensues. This book is full of nostalgic vibes for ’90s kids!
We’re going with Goosebumps on this one because my other answer was written by she-who-must-not-be-named. We love & will always love Goosebumps in this house.
Rebecca is by far one of my favorite classics & no, it has absolutely zero to do with the title, however major bonus. I recommend picking up this haunting tale sometime during spooky season!
Thanks to my pal, Rogier, I’ve recently discovered The Riverman & like? Why was no one talking about this before? It’s weird, it’s intriguing & it’s definitely a good read.
When it comes to fluff, I will never not choose When Dimple Met Rishi by fluff-Queen, Sandhya Menon.
We love JVN in this house. I checked out Over the Top on a whim; I had never seen Queer Eye, but was definitely in the mood for a book about self-love. & !! this is it!! This is the book that led to my obsession of the Netflix show!
Betty has a lot of trigger-y topics & is, honestly, a really difficult read. I absolutely love Tiffany’s writing & would recommend this book to anyone who can handle the subject matter.
Other Words for Home is a middle grade novel written in prose & I strongly urge everyone to pick it up. It was cute, it was heartbreaking & just an all-around amazing story.
When Scythe originally released, I remember seeing it everywhere & everyone was absolutely loving it. I finally picked it up (a buddy read with Reg!) & I could definitely see why this book is so well-loved!