The Christmas Carol Book Tag

I was tagged by the lovely Jess @Jessticulates to take part in The Christmas Carol Book Tag. Thanks so much for the tag Jess! This looks like a great fun tag so let’s get to it.

The Rules

  • Thank the person who tagged you
  • Credit the creator: Lauren Wade on Booktube
  • Answer the questions.
  • Tag some friends.

The Questions

Question 1: The Ghost of Christmas Past – A book that was a childhood favourite

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Question 2: The Ghost of Christmas Present – A recent book that you think will become one of your all time favourites

The Confession by Jessie Burton

Question 3: The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come – A book coming out next year that you’re most excited about

In Case You Missed It by Lindsey Kelk. (there’s no cover just yet)

Question 4: Bah, Humbug! – A book that everyone else loves that you just can’t stand

A Darker Shade of Magic by VE Schwab

Question 5: Bob Cratchit – An old dependable that you always recommend

The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Question 6: Tiny Tim – An underhyped book that you think deserves more love

Sick Kids in Love by Hannah Moskowitz

Question 7: Today? Why it’s Christmas Day! – What’s a book that always gets you in the mood for Christmas (apart from A Christmas Carol)?

The Snowman by Raymond Briggs. I’ve never actually read it but the animation makes me feel all Christmassy

Question 8: The Muppet Christmas Carol – Your favourite film adaptation of a book

Bridget Jones’ Diary, written by Helen Fielding

Question 9: Tag some people!

I tag anyone who wants to do this!

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