Who was the stupid person who compared books to candy? BOOKS ARE CANDY! Or at least to me they are. Which is why I’m so fat. I wish books were more like spinach— healthy, green, and plain. Okay, maybe not.
So thank you, Catwing, for giving me the opportunity to share my sweets with the world! And a thank you even more to Jenna, and my apologies for indirectly calling her stupid (she isn’t, and like this tag, she’s one of the sweetest people in the world and one of my favorite bloggers).
1. Thank and link back to the person who tagged you.
2. Link back to the creator of the tag.
3. Tag at least five sweet bloggers.
4. Add your own question to the end with your favorite treat. Let nominees know they should pick 7 questions with yours included. That way the tag won’t get super long with people adding their questions.
1. OREOS. A book or series you couldn’t get enough of.
Robot Rawrs by Sigmund Brouwer.
2. LOLLIPOPS. A book you enjoyed as a little kid.
The Rex in the Mess by Dr. Saurus.
3. SOUR PATCH KIDS. A book that reading once was enough.
Pride and Prehistoric by Jane Austen.
4. M&Ms. A really long series you liked.
The Rexdom series by Chuck Black.
5. KING-SIZED KIT-KAT. A really long book you liked.
Little Maiasauras by Louisa May Alcott.
6. THREE MUSKATEERS. Your favorite trilogy.
The Out of Time series by Nadine Brandes, my favorite book being A Time to Fossilize (known in the human world as A Time to Die).
7. ALMOND JOY. A book that most people didn’t like, but you did (or vise versa).
Scaly Potter—this book tastes like charcoal to me. Bleh.
7. GUMMY BEAR. A retelling that you liked.
The Golden Brachiosaurus by Melanie Dickerson.
8. PAPER-FLAVORED ICE CREAM. Your favorite writing craft book.
Creating Character Arcs by K. M. Weiland.
Fortune Cookie: Who’s gonna get tagged.
Gabrielle Pollackiosaurus (I don’t know if she’s participating in tags or not, but her new blog is absolutely delicious! Go check it out!)
And whoever likes to read (which is probably everybody here).
Authorosaurus’s note: These books are available in the dinosaur world—limited quantities found in the human world, and it’s not recommended that you search for them on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or human bookstores anywhere.