What kind of Irish bibliophile would I be, if I didn’t do this tag? Besides it was really fun!
St. Patrick’s Day- Your Favourite Green Book
Well I don’t know if it’s my favourite of all time but it is the one that first popped into my head.
Corned Beef & Cabbage- A Book That Made You Hungry
Without a doubt, this one! I am a chocaholic and I am proud of it. Not only did I love the book, but I also loved the film adaptation. Such a magical story.
Four Leaf Clover- A Book or Item that was a Rare, Good Luck Find
I don’t know how rare it is but I did stumble across this one by accident at my local library and thanks to this lucky discovery, I fell in love with Marian Keyes’ beloved, dysfunctional Walsh family. Bonus: They’re Irish!
Irish Whiskey- A Book So Bad, You Need a Drink to Get Over It
I don’t care how popular it is, or how hot and bothered it made me, the writing is mediocre at best and the plot was ridiculous.
Irish Dancing- A book So Good, it Made You Want to Dance in Excitement
Always! No matter how many times I read it. Also, my Beau used it to propose. Yes, he cut a hole in a book but he filled it with love and a giant, diamond solitaire, so I forgive him. (Btw, Look at this cover! I just found it.)
Ireland- A Book that Made You Want to Travel to Another Country
Any book that takes place in Ireland makes me wistful but I have always wanted to visit the sun bleached Greek Islands. So, when Lena travels to Caldera in Santorini, I get itchy feet for sure.
The Pub- A Meeting Place in a Book You Would Love to Go to
I know it is a bit grand, but The Great Hall in Hogwarts. It’s the most amazing, magical place and it changes with the seasons. Enough said!
This was a really fun tag and I nominate anyone who wants to do it. Now if you’ll excuse me, this lass has a full Irish fry-up to eat and green beer to drink 😉