The ‘Pancake’ Book Tag!

Hey everyone! The lovely Marie tagged me recently for the ‘pancake’ book tag, which is super fun! Who doesn’t love pancakes? πŸ˜‰

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Here are the rules as originally posted:-

  • Link back to the original creator in your post.
  • Feel free to use any of my pancake graphics in your post, or create your own!
  • Tag 5 other people at the end of your post, and let them know you’ve tagged them.


Beautiful prose is my jam. These three books are some of my absolute favourites.

pancake-book-tag-2I live for the sass. Both Lira and Rhiannon serve it in spades.


Not sure why this kind of story is comforting to me?! But I love them both. Apparently WWII fiction with a focus on children and stories is my MOOD.

pancake-book-tag-4These books, oh my gosh. I couldn’t stop thinking about them for days afterwards, and they still haunt me to this day.


These three books all took me on an emotional rollercoaster and I loved it.


Selina Kyle really surprised me; I loved this interpretation of her character and her motivations. Kate ‘Puck’ Connolly is another character that I’d say presents a feisty front but is really a complete cinnamon roll deep down and fiercely loyal to her family.

A thriller and a dystopian that both kept me on the edge of my seat with their twisty plots!


I wasn’t wholly convinced by either Cath/Levi or Daenerys/Drogo at first but now I totally ship them! I think both pairings bring out the best in each other.


Since I’ve just finished my reread of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, it seems appropriate to mention the absolute grotbag that is Dolores Umbridge. I stand by the opinion that she is worse than Voldemort. I also despise the mayor in the Chaos Walking trilogy. Though I do not despise peanut butter. Yum.


Most recently, I loved the diverse cast of characters in Laura Silverman’s You Asked For Perfect. But another book that comes to mind is Scott Reintgen’s Nyxia; I remember being so impressed by the diversity levels when I read this one!

Well, those are my answers for the Pancake’ book tag! I recommend every single book that I’ve mentioned in this post.

I’m going to tag the following people but no pressure if you’ve already done the tag or just don’t fancy it!

Callum //Β Kelly //Β Rita //Β Jenna //Β Ayunda

And if you haven’t been tagged but want to do it, go for it! x

21 thoughts on “The ‘Pancake’ Book Tag!

  1. Thank you so much for the tag! I burst out laughing when I saw you pick The Book Thief for the Nutella prompt πŸ˜‚ I started reading Bone Gap (well, listening to the audiobook) maybe three or four years ago and I still haven’t finished it! You’re actually the first person I’ve seen talking about it πŸ™ˆ Also, screw Dolores. One of the most hated bookish characters of all time, I’m sure!


  2. Ahh I’m so glad you did this tag, I loved your answers so much! ❀ I haven't read Wicked Like A Wildfire, though I added this one to my TBR so long ago, I'm so happy to hear it has such a beautiful prose, I might have to give it a try sometime πŸ™‚ and you asked for perfect, ahh, I love this book so very much ❀


  3. Yay thanks for tagging me! This looks really fun. Tell the Wolves I’m Home definitely gives me all the feels. The Chaos Walking trilogy has one of the best villains ever!! I hated that mayor but he’s so full of depth πŸ™‚


  4. This is such a fun tag! Beautiful prose is my jam too and I adore those three books, they’re so beautiful ❀️ I’m never getting over the plot twist in The Book of M, that book was wild!


  5. I’m SO happy that you tagged me for this one, love! I’ve been seeing this one floating around and was secretly hoping someone would tag me. Hehe. ☺️

    I love all your answers, and yes! The Book Thief is my go-to comfort book. I adore it so much. I also agree that Lira is such a wonderfully sassy lead!


  6. I agree with everything apart from Dolores Umbridge being worse than Voldemort πŸ™‚ No one can be worse than Voldemort since he killed so many people. I cannot wait to read Fangirl. Looks fun.


    • I do get that, I think it’s just that Voldemort is at least honest about his intentions, you know? He is evil and he doesn’t pretend to be anything else. Whereas Umbridge makes out like she’s all sweet and innocent while torturing kids!

      Fangirl is great, I hope you enjoy it 😊

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