The Thanksgiving Book Tag

Hi everyone! I don’t actually celebrate Thanksgiving as I’m from England but I got tagged in this and thought it would be fun to do! Thank you so much to Millay @ Millay’s Musings for nominating me for this tag! Millay also created this tag so go check out her page and the tag!

The prompts can be changed to relate to foods you eat at Thanksgiving but as I don’t eat any, I’m going to stick with these prompts!


  • Link back to the original creator of this tag and the blog post you saw it on.
  • Answer all the prompts
  • Name three things you’re grateful for
  • Name three books you’re grateful for
  • Nominate at least three other bloggers
  • Have fun!

Pumpkin Pie/Muffins: A book that you always return to at a certain time of year


I normally tend to revisit this book when I’m in a massive book slump or feeling sad and need a little pick me up. I don’t particularly have a specific time of year but I always find myself returning to this book.

Turkey: A book that you tried due to its popularity, but found a little bland

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

I tried to read this book before I saw the film but I just could not get through it, I was really not a fan of the writing style. I did eventually return to it a few months later after I had seen the film and LOVED it and I did finish it. But it was so difficult for me to finish.

Gravy: A character whose personality creates more “flavour” in the book

Queen of Shadows (Throne of Glass, #4)

I adore the side characters in this series but I love Lysandra so much. I think she adds so much to the books. I think with Sarah J. Maas’ books I love the main characters loads but I also root for all the side characters.

Mashed Potatoes: A book that is such a delicious and enjoyable read

The Shadows Between Us

I have just finished this book yesterday. I loved it so much, I could not put it down. It will 100% be a reread for me.

Stuffing: A filler book in a series

Tower of Dawn (Throne of Glass, #6)

I did still enjoy this book but this deffinately seemed like a filler book to me cause it meant I had to wait an extra year for Kingdom of Ash. It did make me start to like Chaol again but still after the cliff-hanger of Empire of Storms to then be given this book was not okay.

Homemade Bread: A character in a book who perfectly represents the idea of “fresh”

Meet Me at Midnight

I really liked Asher in this book as I felt that he was quite a fresh male character in a YA contemporary novel. I just really loved this book and everyone needs to read this please.

Deviled Eggs: A book with a misleading title

We Were Liars
  1. This book broke me. 2. Those who have read it will know why the title is misleading.

3 Things I’m Grateful for:

My family, my friends and the countryside

3 Books I’m Grateful for:

Queen of Nothing by Holly Black, Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas and A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas.

I nominate:

Riddhi @ Whispering Stories

Pilar @ The Bookworm Shelf

Noelle @ Wordgazing and Magic

I hope everyone who celebrates it had a good Thanksgiving! Let me know if you agree or disagree with any of my answers! Also if you want to do this tag and I didn’t nominate you then feel free to do it!

Keep reading,

Georgia x

10 thoughts on “The Thanksgiving Book Tag”

  1. Thanks for tagging me!

    And, hooray! Another Lysandra fan! She shines plenty on her own even as a side character. I also like how she and Aelin were able to put aside certain events and became close friends as the story progressed. 🙂

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