The Food Book Tag!


Hey, young bloods! The amazing Mironiel tagged me to do this delicious tag that combines books and food, so here we go!

1. What's a fictional food that you would die for?
Probably lembas - NO! Beorn's honey cake. Awwww yesssss.

2. POPCORN: A book that reads like a movie.


Shhhh......I know I'm a history nerd.

3. CHOCOLATE: Your guilty pleasure book.
This isn't really a specific book, but I'm a secret sucker for romance.

4. CHIPS: Your favorite flavor genre.
Fantasy all the way, man.

5. CAKE: An absolutely delicious book that you ate read in one sitting.


I SWEAR GUYS THIS BOOK IS SO GOOD OMG. And is the cover not like the prettiest ever?!?

6. PIZZA: A book that has your favorite toppings things in it.


Okay roll call time:

  • Snarky spirits? Here.
  • Tons of magic? Present.
  • Political intrigue? Accounted for.
  • ULTIMATE END STRUGGLE ABOUT SAVING THE WORLD??? Yup.

Literally all the Bartimaeus books are my favorite thing.

7. CUPCAKES: Your favorite short story.
Ughhhh this one is so hard. But one that really stands out in my mind is "The Drummer Boy of Shiloh" by Ray Bradbury, simply because of its beautiful and poetic flow. But "Raymond's Run" by Toni Cade Bambara is awesome too.

8. TEA: Your favorite story to curl up on the couch with a cup of tea.


ALL THE MRS. POLLIFAX BOOKS OKAY. There's something about a sixty-year-old lady with flyaway white hair and elaborate hats going on secret CIA missions that just begs tea.

(Also can we talk about Farrell and Kate for a minute because OF ALL OF THE SHIPS THAT BROKE MY HEART THAT IS THE ONE THAT SPLINTERED IT INTO THE MOST PIECES.) 

9. COFFEE: Your favorite contemporary story.


I WILL NEVER STOP SCREAMING ABOUT HOW EVERYONE NEEDS TO READ THIS BOOK. Even if you're not into middle-grade stuff, it's still fabulous for a pick-me-up anytime.

Let's chat! What fictional foods would you love? Have you ever read a book in one sitting? Opinions on romances? Comment below, and remember that you are all very beautiful pickles. :)

Namarië,
Ellie

15 comments:

  1. OH YOU'VE READ THE BARTIMAEUS TRILOGY?!

    I LOVED that series! It's such a nice read, complex story without feeling complex and its got so many nice themes and characters and Bartimaeus is actually really funny? Like there are some books with characters who act as comic relief and there's alot of emphasis like "John was very funny. Annie laughed at his jokes" but Bartimaeus is constantly talking, his speech is smooth and the only person laughing is the reader xD
    The only other book that accomplished this, in my opinion, was the Artemis Fowl series :)

    Anyway, great tag! I don't think i could've done this tag at all, there's so many questions and I haven't read as many books!

    the-emo-wolverine-writes.blogspot.com

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    1. MMMMM YES I HAVE. Bartimaeus is everything I aspire to be tbh. Have you read The Ring of Solomon?
      Thanks!

      - Ellie

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  2. *SCREAMS* THE MIXED UP FILES?? YIIISSSS
    AGH, that is definitely one of the good middle-grade books.
    And Mrs. Pollifax?? I thought I was the only one...
    OK and let me just clarify that I am now incredibly intrigued by the Bartimaeus books.
    ASDFGHJLLL SO MANY GOOD ONES. YOU ARE MY NEW BESTIE NOW.
    ~ Suzy

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    1. IKRRRR MAN. Have you read any other E.L. Konigsburg stuff? Another favorite of mine is The View from Saturday.
      DUDE SO DID I. HIGH FIVE OMG. *aggressively tries to high five you* *misses* Which book was your favorite? I loved Mrs. Pollifax and the Second Thief.
      YOU MUST READ THEM THEY ARE PHENOMENAL. I think you might really like them!

      - Ellie

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  3. Wow, that tag looks awesome!

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  4. *adds Wintersmith to my TBR immediately* I LOVE TERRY PRATCHETT, AND TIFFANY ACHING IS MY FAVORITE CHARACTER OF HIS SO FAR. MUST READ MORE BOOKS WITH HER IN IT.
    Loved all your answers to the questions! <3

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    1. TERRY PRATCHETT YESSSSSS. Which Tiffany Aching books have you read? (Wintersmith is by far my favorite, so I hope you enjoy it if/when you read it. :) )
      Thanks!

      - Ellie

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    2. The only Tiffany Aching book I've ever read was The Wee Free Men.

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  5. History nerds for da win.
    Eeks and From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler was one of my favorites in third grade. I still enjoy reading it. XD
    ~Kathryn

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