Book Tag; The Christmas Stocking Book Tag

I came across The Christmas Stocking Book Tag created by Reading Through Infinity and I decided to play along.

Link to the person who tagged you (I didn't get tagged, so I tagged myself)
Link to me, as I’d love to read your answers
Answer all 10 questions, choosing books for each theme
Tag five people to do this

You get up on Christmas morning and your stocking is full! You take it down and start to unwrap the treats inside. The first thing you see is…

An orange! Which book is refreshing and vibrant, both inside and out?
Chocolat by Joanne Harris

The next thing you see is a bag of chocolate coins. (Yum) Which book have you recently bought that was a little expensive, but totally worth the price?

A book about Icelandic knitting.

You also pull out a bath bomb. Tell us about a book that had explosive action scenes.
The Burning Blue by James Holland

Next is a pack of playing cards. Which series won you over?
The Slaughtered Lamb Bookstore & Bar by Seanna Kelly

You also get a candle. Which character is a symbol of hope in their story?
Lorna from Where The Light Gets In by Lucy Dillon

There are socks inside too. Is there a book that you think really encompasses all the distinctive tropes of its genre?
Nevermoor: Morrigan's Curse by Jessica Townsend may not encompass all tropes in (middle grade) fantasy, but it's sure a fun book (and series).

There’s also a notebook. Which author’s writing process do you find most interesting/inspiring?

There's so many, it's hard to pick.

To go with the notebook, there’s a fancy pen. Is there a book or a series that you’d change if you’d written it yourself?

I'm honestly not sure.

There’s also a small bedside clock. Which book took you a long time to pick up but was worth it in the end?
Stoner by John Williams

Your pile is getting really big. You reach go to pull out the last gift and it’s… a lump of coal? You’re a little disappointed. But you look closer and realise there’s a seam running through the coal. You crack it open and sitting inside is a tiny golden gem. Tell us about a book that surprised you in some way.
The Seventh Life of Aline Lloyd by Robert Davies


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