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BEWinter20- Winter Café

Bookending Winter is one of the four quarterly bookish events created by the amazing FictionallySam and CuppaClo. It spans from December 1st to the 31st and is filled with fun wintery themed prompts!

The announcement post is up on Cuppaclo‘s site, Bookending Winter 2020 Announcement. Be sure to sign up and prepare to be a part of such an amazing bookish event!

Whether you are new to the book community or a veteran, I highly recommend participating! It connects you to new and exciting book blogs; not to mention, you can meet wonderful bookish people!

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Bookending Winter 2020: Winter Café

Answer prompts based off 5 wintery drinks/baked goods

BEWinter20: Winter Café

Peppermint Mocha: Name a recent read that left you feeling refreshed and warm inside.

Not my Romeo by Ilsa Madden-Mills

I have read several of Ilsa Madden-Mills’s books and while I enjoyed all of them, this new release was by far my favorite. She gives us an unconventional male mc jock which was refreshing. This book ends off with a cute happy ending that left me feeling all sorts of warm inside.

London Fog Tea: Name a book you’ve read that takes place in London/has a British MC

Dirty English by Ilsa Madden-Mills

Dirty English features a delicious British male mc who’s a street fighter. Declan Bay is your typical campus bad boy but earns extra brownie points from me for being British.

Hot Chocolate with Frozen Whipped Cream: Name a book that had just the sweetest ending

Wait for you By Jennifer L Armentrout

I know you’re probably tired of seeing this book on my posts but I honestly have not read a book with an ending as sweet as this one. I’ve read about 100 books since the last time I’ve read this one and it still has the sweetest ending for me.

GingerBread Nut Cookies: Name a book that was “spicy” as it was nutty. (For those of you that do not read 18+ books, name a book that was nutty!)

WallBanger by Alice Clayton

This book had be dying of laughter when I first read it. It’s the only book I’ve read that has made me laugh as hard as I did. I even had to put the book down for a moment to catch my breath. This book was a whole lot of nutty and definitely spicy 😈

Traditional Sugar Cookies– Name a book that you would read every winter

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

Reading Vampire Academy every winter has become a tradition for me. Ever since I first read it back in my middle school days, almost 14 years ago. It’s one of my favorite YA series ever!!!

Is there a book you read every winter?Let me know in the comments below or drop the link to you BEWinter20 blog post!



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