Book Tag | The Splendid Spring Book Tag

Hey everyone! Welcome or welcome back to my blog!

Guess who’s getting around to doing a spring tag in the middle of scorching summer? Yep, that’s right, me.

Anyway, I was tagged to this splendid tag by the splendid Rabhya @Rab’s Bookish Planet, who runs a splendid blog! Okay, that was way too many splendids. But seriously, go check Rabhya’s blog out!

The tag was created by Victoria Mann over on Booktube.

Let’s get into it!

1. Everywhere you look flowers are blooming! Choose a book you love or think you will love with flowers on the cover.

This was such a beautiful novel, and I simply loved reading it. It deals with trauma, body image and so much more! It’s a very sweet book- I recommend it to everybody!

2. Spring is the perfect time for a fun trip! Choose a book you’ve read or would like to read while traveling from one place to another.

I actually read the Anne of Green Gables series Book 2-7 when I was travelling!

3. Who doesn’t love a good Spring Fling? Choose a book you were obsessed with for a short period of time, but then you swiftly cast it aside.

I feel like out of the three Sandhya Menon books I’ve read- When Dimple Met Rishi and Curses and Kisses had that effect on me. I enjoyed reading them, recommended them to people, but just didn’t mention them on my blog, like ever?

4. Everyone loves the smell of freshly mowed grass, but not at an ungodly hour! Choose a book that personifies a middle-aged dad waking up at 7am on a Saturday to mow the lawn when he should be sleeping like the rest of us.

I actually agree with Rabhya. I haven’t read A Man Called Ove either (Well, I picked it up, but DNF-ed it, cos reading slump), but the first few pages I read, do sort of personify a middle-aged dad.

5. A surprise rain shower might spoil your outdoor fun, but don’t worry the sun will be back! Choose a book that made you really sad, but the sun still shines in the end.

I pick Loveless for this one. The fighting and the finding the self identity thing was sort of sad, but the end was sunshiney!

6. It’s that time of year when all the animals stretch their limbs and come out of hibernation. Choose a book that pulled you out of a reading slump.

Back in October 2020, I think, Throne of Glass pulled me out of my slump!

7. Students all over exhale a sigh of relief knowing they get a break from school. Choose a book whose friend group you’d like to spend Spring Break with.

Honestly, I wouldn’t mind spending time with any book character, because hello! I am meeting fictional people! That’s awesome enough.

8. Spring is all about rebirth and blooming. Choose a book that made you grow as a person.

I have to say What a Girl Gotta Do? by Holly Bourne since it made me grow not only as a person but also as a woman.

9. A picnic at the park is the perfect springtime activity! Choose a book with a character who you think would pack the best picnic basket.

I gotta say Oliver from The Heartbreaker Chronicles, because he’s such a great cook!

10. For many, spring is the first break from the bitterness of winter! Choose a book that is the embodiment of sunshine.

Literally any book by Kasie West is an embodiment of sunshine.

I am not tagging anyone, since I am so late to this! But if you wanna give it a go, feel free to do it! Hope you enjoyed the post! Let me know your favourite season in the comments!

10 thoughts on “Book Tag | The Splendid Spring Book Tag

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  1. Ahhh, you mentioned the Anne of Green Gables series!!! 🥰 That alone makes me love this post!

    But, I mean, are you sure about that friend group answer? Like, what if you were stuck spending your spring break with Malfoy, Crabbe, and Goyle? Or one of those YA-mystery friend groups were you eventually learn that they murdered their missing friend? Be careful what you wish for! 😜

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    1. Yess!!

      I stand by my opinions- if someone casts me as a fictional character, good or bad, I shall be happy! I can only hope it’s good, but hey, if someone bases a fictional character on me, obviously they think a lot about me, so um, yeah! I stand by my answer!

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  2. Spring is definitely one of my favourite seasons- i love the flowers, the weather, how everything seems hopeful and happy .💖
    Anne of the green gables while travelling just gives me spring vibes haha. And omg you should read a man called ove- it’s so heartwarming. 🥺💕 i agree with what you said about loveless, the ending just gave me so much serotonin- especially that time when rooney buys flowers for georgia and makes a whole speech about how important she is- my heart went 💓💓
    Loved reading your answers riddhi, and happy june ahead !

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    1. Yess, I love spring too, but it doesn’t last more than a few days here :((
      Yes, I know right!
      Ah, I started it, in fact, there’s still a bookmark in the book, but I just couldn’t get into because of a reading slump
      I know right, it’s so sweet, and I simply love how well everything about asexuality is explained. Obviously, I don’t know if it’s completely accurate or not, but it definitely did tell me a lot about the asexuality spectrum, and I am grateful for that!

      Thanks Janhavi, and same to you!


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