The Pasta Book Tag

Bwahaha another book tag! Can I just say that this book tag makes me super hungry haha. Because I got nothing better to do with all the time I have in my hands haha. Again this tag originated from youtube (Josh of Literary Gladiators) and I am doing it in blog form! Feel free to do this tag with me. ūüôā

Questions:
1. Macaroni & Cheese- The most heartfelt work you ever read.

I would have to go with Twenty Love Poems and A Song of Despair by Pablo Neruda. This poetry book speaks in volumes, it was a longing heart, a brave soul and everything in between. I felt how Pablo Neruda bared his heart into this collection of poetry.

 
2. Spaghetti & Meatballs- A work you know inside and out (like you can twirl with your fork).

Definitely,¬†This is A Love Story by¬†Jessica Thompson,¬†this is my most read book like ever. I’ve said it like a million times already, this book will forever be one of my favorite books.

 
3. Lasagna- A work filled with complex layers.

My answer to this would be Game of Thrones by George RR Martin. The plot as we all know is very convoluted, there are a lot of things going on and is kind of hard to get into. But once you get the hang of it, it can be very addictive.

 
4. Stuffed Shells- A work that is attention grabbing (stuffed with goodness) from start to finish.

I would go with¬†one of my recent reads¬†The Radleys by Matt Haig this book gripped me from start to finish. It was so engaging and writing style is just perfect, it is one of the books that ¬†I wished never ended. It was about abstaining vampires, you may think it is a shallow read, but wait until you go in deeper, you’ll realize how amazing and how it is more than what meets the eyes.

 

 
5. Penne Vodka- A work for a younger audience with an adult theme hidden inside.

Definitely the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling, I highly think everyone would agree with me on this one. It was just the book for everyone. Need I say more?

 
6. Elbow Macaroni- A work that is easy to read.

A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall this book was just so cute and very easy to read and will give you that warm and fuzzy feeling after you finish it. I remembered flying through this book and was not bored for one second.

 
7. Farfalle (Bow Ties)- A work you would read to catch someone’s attention.

Oh boy, hahah I have never done this before – reading to catch someone’s attention, but if I were to do it, it would have to be using the book¬†Will You Please be Quiet Please by Raymond Carver¬†I’ve been dying to read his works for the longest time, and whenever I see someone read it I am instantly turned on, so I guess it will go both ways? Haha so yep, I’m choosing this one.

 
8. Noodles- A long work that was a great experience to read.

I will be answering Game of Thrones by George RR Martin again. This series spell commitment Рyou put your heart into it. I am already on book 2 A Clash Of Kings, and so far the reading experience is great.

 
9. Lo Mein- Your favorite work of Eastern literature or about the east.

Ooops I fell short again, I don’t think I have an answer for this. I’ll get back to you after I check my goodreads account and see if something will fit under this category.

 
10. Ditalini- A writer you feel is essential to a particular genre.

Edgar Allan Poe¬†as to poetry and mystery, these genres is incomplete without Edgar Allan Poe’s works.

 
11. Favorite Pasta- What’s your favorite pasta?

My ultimate  favorite is Ravioli!!!

 

 

12. Sunday Night at Grandma’s- Who do you nominate to complete this tag?

I nominate Jenny of Jayne Vs Books, Cath of To All The Books I’ve Read Before¬†, Elena of The Queen Reads, Pearl of Bibliopearl¬†and Bea of Confessions of Pinay Bookaholic.

So that’s it guys, to those I wasn’t able to nominate, feel free to do this tag too! I want to know your answers! Bye for now, see you in the next post! Tata!

 

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