Desert Island Book Tag

Another tag! This one has been sitting in my pingbacks for FOREVER, but I’m finally doing it. I was tagged by both Jesse from Books At Dawn, and Nick from The Paper Dragon, so once you’ve finished reading this post, go see what their answers were.

Water — A book you simply cannot live without

You try and separate me from my Harry Potter? We’re going to have some problems.


Food — A book that is a close second on your favourites list

‘A Single Girl’s To-Do List’ by Lindsay Kelk is definitely one of my top favourite books ever. It;s about a girl who gets dumped by her long-term boyfriend, but then her best friends help her to make a list of awesome things to do now that she’s single and free. It’s pretty much the definition of chick lit but that’s why I love it.

Shelter — A book that makes you feel at home and safe

Let me refer you back to question one…


Flare Gun — A book you would recommend to someone who doesn’t read

If I found someone who didn’t read, I’d shove a copy of ‘Throne of Glass’ into their hands. That book is pure gold, and I’m yet to find someone who doesn’t absolutely love it. Actually, I’d be more like this….


Matchsticks — A book that warms your heart

‘Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda’ truly warms me right from the core – it’s the cutest love story I’ve ever read, and I love it just as much as Simon loves Blue.

Compass — A book that directed you towards your love of reading

When I was little, I had a big hardback book which was a collection of Roald Dahl stories – ‘Matilda’, ‘The BFG’, and ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine.’ I think that was one of the books which really steered me in that direction. Since then, I’ve practically lived life with a book in my hands.


I tag:
Victoria @ The Petite Book Blogger
Rebeca @ Books and Messy Buns
Jessica @ Bookish Serendipity


3 thoughts on “Desert Island Book Tag

  1. I loved the post! I feel like I would have such a hard time picking out my answers for these questions.
    I don’t know if it directed me to my love of reading, but I had a big book of illustrated fairy tales when I was little and I loved it. Fairy Tales are still my favorite.


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