"The book is a film that takes place in the mind of the reader." ~ Paulo Coelho

Saturday, December 22, 2018

Cake Flavorited Book Tag


I was tagged all the way back in March by Erudessa. Yikes, I had no idea it had been this long. Well, it's about time I answer it! Thanks Erudessa! Go read her answers HERE.

(None of these images are mine.)

Cake Flavored Book Tag:

1. Chocolate Cake (a Dark Book you absolutely love).
Dark? I don't read that many dark books. This will require some thinking.

I don't think this is exactly what they mean by"dark book", but it is a murder mystery, so I'm calling that pretty dark.

Death on the Nile - by Agatha Christie. This is so complex!

2. Vanilla Cake (a Light Read).

The Sign of the Four - by Arthur Conan Doyle.
"You call that light reading?"
(Sorry, as soon as I read the question this scene came to mind.)

3. Red Velvet (a book that gave you Mixed Emotions).
Every book ever?

Liesl & Po - by Lauren Oliver. I like it, but not? I'm really not sure.

4. Cheesecake (a book you would Recommend to Anyone).

(This is weird because I don't really like cheesecake, oh well.)

Peter Pan - by J. M. Barrie. It is so much fun!

5. Coffee Cake (a book you Did Not Finish).

Well, I have more options for this than you would think...

The most recent one was Angela's Ashes - by Frank McCourt. Yuck! If you like your sanity and peace of mind never read this.

6. Carrot Cake (a book with Great Writing).

Anne of Green Gables - by L. M. Mongomery. Yes, yes, yes!!! My favorite book ever! I love all of Ms. Mongomery's descriptions. (No, I did not choose this because someone in the book gets called "carrots".)
I found this on Google, and it might be my new favorite cover!

7. Tiramisu (a book that left you Wanting More).
All of the Rooglewood Press Contest books! Five Glass Slippers, Five Enchanted Roses, and Five Magic Spindles. I can't wait to read Five Poisoned Apples!

8. Cupcakes (a series with 4+ Books).

The Lunar Chronicles - by Marissa Meyer. I just read them, so they have been on my mind. I like them, but I'm not sure if I love them yet.
I haven't read Fairest yet, but all the others!

9. Fruit Cake (a book that wasn't What You Anticipated).
Johnny Tremain - by Esther Forbes. I didn't think I was going to like it, but it was good!

10. Lamington (favorite Australian Book).


I don't think I've read any Australian books, sorry! (That are currently published. Maybe in a little while I can answer this question! If you are looking for an awesome blog by an Australian, check out Quill Pen Writer, written by the fabulous Melissa Gravitis!)

(I was trying to make the question the color of the cake, but it didn't really work, sorry!)

I tag:

Whoever wants to do this, because I don't know who already has. Sorry!

Thank you to Erudessa for tagging me! And thank you so much for reading! Have you read any of these books?



  1. Books and cake is one of my favorite combinations, almost as good as books and tea. It was cool to see that Five Poisoned Apples got a mention. ;)

    1. Definitely! I'll take either cake or tea to go with my books any day! :) Yes, I can't wait to read it!!! I heard that the first story is really good.... ;)


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