New Tag: Listicle Tag

I really enjoyed creating the School Subjects Tag a few months ago, so thought I’d give it another go with a brand new (hopefully) tag! I love listicles (a post that mixes an article with a list form) so I thought, why not create a listicle tag! I really hope this is an original idea, but if it’s not, let me know!

So, the rules of the tag are…

  1. Create your own listicle tag, using the prompt from the person who tagged you.
  2. Tag the creator of the post (not-so-modern-girl) so that I can read all your brilliant posts and see how the joy of listicles is being spread.
  3. Nominate as many people as you want!
  4. Set those 5 people the subject/prompt of their listicle post

My Listicle is all about my 5 Favourite Comfort Reads

1. ‘Carry On’ by Rainbow Rowell

I love this book because of it’s romance and the sheer beauty of that romance is just brilliant, I just can’t get over Baz and Simon <3. I also love the character of Baz, which makes it the best book to turn to when I need something light, funny and cute.

2. ‘I’d Tell You I Love You but then I’d have to Kill You’ by Ally Carter

The Gallagher Girls series is just full of fun and clichés, and I love them. I picked this one because I love the title and it was the first I read, but the whole series is brilliant.

3. ‘Eleanor and Park’ by Rainbow Rowell

‘Eleanor and Park’ is a great read, and it just mixes brilliant romance and fun scenes. I know I’ve included two Rowell books, but this is my tag right? I can do what I want 😉 .

4. ‘Jamaica Inn’ by Daphne Du Maurier

This one may be set in the past, but it’s super short, which always makes for a brill comfort read, and I think the characters (particularly Mary and Jem) are so realistic that I can’t help but love them.

5. ‘The Bees’ by Laline Paull

This is a dystopian novel, which follows the life of a bee. Sounds bizarre (and it is a little!) but the way Paull tells the story really makes the reader see this as not just a bee in a hive, but a person in a society. It can be a bit gruesome at points, but overall I would say it’s a great comfort read as it’s easy and quick, as well as full of action.

So there you go, those are my 5 favourite comfort reads. For those people that I’m nominating, use the listicle prompt ‘Top 5 Favourite Female Characters.’

My nominations:

Thebrunettebookwormblog/ evyreadsbooks/ fictionbookdude/ icebreaker694/ FictionFan/ BookFandom1001/ BookPrincessReviews/ avathenerd/ Birdie Bookworm/ LittleLifeLibrary/ Eva@brilliantlybookish/ poetrynerdsunite/ Lois Reads Books

Happy reading x

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