Thanks to Bookmark Chronicles for the nomination! I know for most of you it’s winter, but it’s summer now in NZ, so I think it’s about time I do this tag
Lemonade: A book that started off bitter but got better
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. I honestly wanted to give up in the first part, but once Jamie arrived it was all worth it
Golden Sun: A book that made you smile beyond compare
The Skulduggery Pleasant series. His sarcasm makes me laugh and laugh and laugh
Tropical Flower: A book set in a foreign country
About 99% of the books I read. New Zealand isn’t a very popular country to set books in…
Tree Shade: Pick a book in which a mysterious or shady character was introduced
The Throne of Glass series. Celaena trusts no one, so every new character that turns up is instantly suspected to be an enemy
Beach Sand:A book that was grainy and the plot barely developed
Gumbeaux by Kimberly Vargas. I honestly have no idea what the point of the book was. It didn’t seem to go anywhere…
Green Grass: A character that was full of life, making you smile
Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter. She’s the cutest, bubbliest girl you could ever be lucky enough to meet
Watermelon:A book that had some juicy secrets
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. They’re trying to solve the disappearance of Nick’s missing wife, of course it’s going to be full of series!
Sun Hat: A book that had a vast, big universe/setting
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. There are so many new places being introduced all the time, it can get confusing
BBQ: A book in which a character was portrayed as a hunk
I don’t know if hunk is quite the right word, but I straight away thought of Jace from the Mortal Instruments. All the women fall for him, but I just can’t! And yes, I use this picture every time, but it’s hilarious okay?
I’m not going to nominate anyone this time, because for so many of you it’s completely the wrong time of year to do this tag. So, I nominate any of you who are in the Southern Hemisphere with me! Let’ rebel against Britain and America, who seem to take over the internet, and celebrate our sunshine!