St. Patrick’s Day Book Tag!

This tag was created by Taylor @ Bookaflix Taylor’s Youtube channel and I discovered it on Reeds and Reel’s blog!

St. Patrick’s Day – Your Favourite Green Book


City of Bones by Cassandra Clare

There are so many good green books out there, but City of Bones is the series that made me fall in love with YA.

Corned Beef & Cabbage – A Book That Made You Hungry

Heartless by Marissa Meyer or To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han
Both of them have waaaay too much delicious sounding baking in them.

Four Leaf Clover – A Book or Item that was a Rare, Good Luck Find


Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare

I didn’t know that they were coming out with Waterstones special edition books for the Dark Artifices series, but I just managed to stumble upon it less than a day after it was put up for sale. Had I not had that bit of Irish luck, I would have missed out as they didn’t make very many of them and they sold out rather quickly.

Irish Whiskey- A Book So Bad, You Need a Drink to Get Over It

I personally don’t drink (agh my one Irish shortcoming haha) so a book has never driven me to drown my sorrows.

Irish Dancing- A Book So Good, it Made You Want to Dance in Excitement


Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

I recently decided to re-read the series before jumping into Obsidio. Last time I read the physical book, but I decided to listen to the audiobook and it is amazing. I still recommend looking at the book while you listen, if possible, because the series is written in a very unique, visual format – but the full cast is fantastic!

Ireland – A Book That Made You Want to Travel to Another Country

I really want to pick Harry Potter, but I’m going to try to be slightly different and say Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan. I absolutely love Greek mythology and I’d love to see what was left from the time of the ancient Greeks.

The Pub – A Meeting Place in a Book You Would Love to Go to

Hogwarts, isn’t it always?

I Tag:

Anyone who is Irish or Irish at heart and wants to do this tag.

Do you celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day? Stuff your face with soda bread and wash it down with a Guinness? Dance around with a shillelagh? If you do, let me know in the comments below and please send a video!





11 responses to “St. Patrick’s Day Book Tag!”

  1. Jasmine's Reading Blog Avatar
    Jasmine’s Reading Blog

    Hahaha, what an awesome tag! Uh yeah, potatoes? LOVE. Yasssss to the Shadowhunters books!

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    1. kyera Avatar

      Oh my gosh potatoes and Shadowhunters together, the best things!

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  2. bookprincessreviews Avatar

    Happy belated St. Patrick’s Day! I didn’t celebrate this year too much but I read some Irish books? Hope you had a great one and had some good celebrations. This was a super fun tag to read,and I loved the different prompts. I don’t think I’ve ever had a book that was like, well, I need a drink now. XD Wonderful answers as always! ❤

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    1. kyera Avatar

      Oooh what Irish books did you read? The first YA I could think of to read was the Call, but that’s not a cheery Irish tale.

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      1. bookprincessreviews Avatar

        I read some folk tales/history books. I sadly wouldn’t recommend because they were really really dry? And then I finished the banshee book, which I felt counted for a quick second since it was based on the Irish story of them. But YES. I can’t wait to read that one – you thought that one was okay, right? I know Louise O’Neill is an Irish YA author, and I believe some of her books are based in Ireland (she has a cool Little Mermaid book coming out later this year). I’m going to have to look through my Goodreads because I believe there were some Irish inspired stories coming out in 2018 and I can’t remember them. I’ll rec them on Goodreads if I find them.

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      2. kyera Avatar

        Yes, just added them all! Oh yeah, Soul Screamers was sort of Gaelic mythology-esque. It’s been sooo long.

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      3. bookprincessreviews Avatar

        Oooooh, yay!! I thought there was one more out there but Goodreads failed me. But yes! Going back I was like, omg, that is Gaelic mythology inspired. I remember absolutely nothing from the back in the day.

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  4. Darrick Dean Avatar

    Thomas Cahill’s How the Irish Saved Civilization makes me want to visit Ireland (and I’m making Ireland a main setting of the third book in the series I’m writing, so more reasons to go). Not sure of a meeting place in a book, but would like to visit where the Inklings (Tolkien and Lewis) always met — the Eagle and Child pub in Oxford.

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    1. kyera Avatar

      Oh yeah, you totally need to visit for research!

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