The Candy Book TAG

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Hey guys!! I love tags, I think they are extremely fun and they add something more to my blog that has mainly reviews, but I haven’t had much time to get to them… I’m trying tho! I’m doing a mix of older and newer ones these next months and so this will be my first of the list! Especially because I recently got some candy and I had to use them for the header of this TAG! I’m so happy! 😍 I will stop rambling now…

So, I was kindly tagged by Nadwa @Painfullyfictional and the twins Tanya and Shanya @Twinbookmarks, so thank you so much for tagging me girls, and sorry it took me so long!! >.< Make sure you check out their amazing blogs and also their answers to this tag respectively here and here!

So, let’s get started!

Apples – Ah. Healthy food. It is deep, meaningful, and probably won a lot of awards but, um, it really isn’t your thing.

For now, I don’t think I have any… I do have some school books that are supposed to be important and I really didn’t like, like The Maias, but that’s about it…

Milk Chocolate – This is a book you’d recommend to absolutely EVERYONE.


There’s many, but I haven’t talked about this one for a while and I love this book so freaking much! It’s intense, it’s dark and the characters are the most unreliable possible! I have a review for it here if you wanna check it out! Also, I just recently read Eliza and Her Monsters and I just had to include it here because that book is perfection.

Black Jellybeans – Why do these exist??


It might be just me, but I think this book is really not needed… I loved Me Before You tho.

Chocolate Kisses – Awww this novel had the best romance.


How many… I’m a sucker for romance! Especially when it’s incredibly cute, so I do prefer YA. What To Say Next is just so different and adorable and it made me cry my heart out!

Gummy Spiders – Eek! You made sure to check under your bed every night for a week after reading this scary one.

I don’t really read horror  and those are the ones that I think might make me paranoid. I do intend to check some books out but until now I don’t remember any… But I do have some thrillers that were pretty intense… Do those count? If so, Bad Little Girl is a pretty intense book. Or Coraline

Jumbo Lollipop – This took you forever to get through, but hey! You did it!


It took me too long to pick this one up and by then, I was so not interested anymore! But hey! I did it!

Cotton Candy – Admit it, you loved this when you were younger (you probably still do). Think children’s or MG fiction.


Yap… I still love them! Both books and movies! And I think I always will.


Matxibooks / Bionicbookworm / Whimsypages / Readingwithrendz / Hebasbookblog / Desrandomthoughts / Snowwhitehatesapples / Twintalesbookreview / Thecrazyreader / Bookemma / Howusefulitis / Comfyreading / Theunchartedword /

Sorry! I didn’t have time to check who did it already, so if you’ve done this one already or don’t feel like doing it just skip it! Enjoy!


14 thoughts on “The Candy Book TAG

  1. I loved reading your answers! This is such a neat tag. I was looking forward to reading After You, but I’m scared to after reading the reviews. I read the first book and loved it. ❤

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    • I can’t make myself do it after such an end… I loved the first book too and I just don’t see the point of the second one. I mean I do understand that it’s to show that life continues and that things get better (hopefully is that) but I still don’ feel like reading it…
      If you get to read it let me know what you thought of it!


  2. This is so much fun! Thank you for the tag ❤ I admit that I am not a big fan of sweets (candies or chocolate or pastry) I’d rather have some salty snacks 😀

    Divergent is one of my favourite series! I think I devoured all three books in less than a week.

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    • You’re welcome 😀 Ahh I love both! I just got some Pringles recently x)
      Wow that’s something!! I was very picky about having the same cover designs and I couldn’t find Divergent without the movie cover so I got all like that one. I had to wait a lot for the third one and then I just couldn’t get it at the moment… It didn’t feel the same after so long. Plus I read them in my mother tongue which I don’t really enjoy anymore and that also didn’t help… But Divergent and Insurgent were books that made me want to read more and more and I still love the today! 😍

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  3. I’ve been meaning to read Eliza and Her Monsters! I still have no idea what it’s even about, but the cover looks so interesting and a bunch of bloggers I know loved it. 🙂

    I love Roald Dahl’s books! 😀 They have a special place on my shelf, lol.


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