St. Patrick’s Day Book Tag: Kiss Me I’m Irish



St. Patrick’s Day Book Tag: Kiss Me I’m Irish

Welcome to my St. Patrick’s Day book tag feature!  As it is Saint Patrick’s Day, I figured that this was the perfect bookish festive post! 

Green: a book with a green cover.

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The Maze Runner has an interesting green cover. I especially love this cover because it’s so mysterious and eerie.

Blarney- a book that deceived you into either liking it or was overhyped and you ended up disliking it.

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Fallen by Lauren Kate had a lot of hype, but I didn’t really enjoy it. I had a really hard time getting into it and eventually just gave up on it.

Brogue- (dialect) a book where one of the characters has an accent.

Into the DIm


Into the Dim has a couple of Scottish characters which was really interesting to read! I loved the Scottish slang in the book.

Leprechaun-a book you enjoyed when you were a little person.

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Yes, I know, classic. Honestly, I really enjoyed this book when I was younger and remember wishing that I could attend Hogwarts. I’m sure many other people did the same!

Pot of Gold-a book that cost you a lot or is of great value to you.


My copy of If I Stay signed by Gayle Forman and Jamie Blackley (the actor who plays Adam in the movie) is very special to me. The signing was such an amazing experience and looking at this book just reminds me of that.

Four-leaf clover or shamrock-four leaves=more than one book. Pick your current or old favorite series.


I absolutely love the Throne of Glass series! The way the books are written is just so phenomenal, and the series is so creative. I am super excited for the next book to come out!

Magic-a book that you found magical or a book where you enjoyed a magic element that was found in the storyline.


I’m going to have to go with Spellcaster by Claudia Gray for this one. The main character is a witch, and there are plenty of spells cast in this book.

Kiss-Your current favorite book pairing or your all time favorite book pairing.


My favourite literary couple remains Four and Tris from Divergent. Their romance is so adorable!

Luck-a book on your shelf that you will luckily get to…someday.


I have honestly had Six of Crows on my shelf for months now. It’s not that I don’t want to read it, because I am dying to start it, but I just don’t have the time to do so!

Jig-a book that if you don’t currently own but if could get a hold of it-it would make you dance with joy. (Can be a book that isn’t released yet or a book you’d really like to own)


I am super excited for The Crown, the final book in The Selection series! I love these books so much, and though I don’t want the series to end, I need to know what happens next!

Rainbow-That’s you! Lead other bloggers to this “pot of gold” tag.

I tag anyone who is interested to do this tag. It is lots of fun and perfect for today!

23 thoughts on “St. Patrick’s Day Book Tag: Kiss Me I’m Irish

  1. Marie @ drizzleandhurricanebooks says:

    I love your answers! The cover of The Maze Runner is what intrigued me at first, about that book, too, I love it. And yay for The Crown! That series is such a guilty pleasure of mine, I can’t wait to know how it ends, especially after THAT last ending… how can they leave us like that! :O

  2. Cyn @ Bookmunchies says:

    Great post! You should definitely read Six of Crows soon! It’s pretty awesome 😉
    Yay, Harry!

  3. Rachel Lightwood @ Quiet the Novel Idea says:

    This is a cute tag, and perfect for St Patrick’s Day! I love The Maze Runner too, and I struggled with Fallen as well – though I didn’t hate it as much as everyone else seems to. I have to reread it so I can finish the series one of these days. And yes, HP was a childhood obsession of mine too… still is.

  4. MonaG (@Kulmona) says:

    Interesting post! I won The Maze Runner in a giveaway a while back but haven’t gotten to it yet. I loved the film adaptation though(The Scorch Trials — not so much). I really need to read the Harry Potter series. Both hubby and my daughter have read it. We watched the film adaptations as she finished each book. I am dying to read The Selection series. The premise is so intriguing and the covers are gorgeous.

  5. Tara Gauthier says:

    This is a great post, The Maze Runner is excellent and of course I also love Harry Potter, as do my kids!

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