Dashing Through The Snow Book Tag

I apologize for the lack of posting lately. Nursing school pretty much rules my life anyway and that’s not including all the personal drama that has been occurring. When Charley over at Books and Bakes tagged, I figured I need to pull myself out of self induced hiding.

Name a book you would like to see under your Christmas tree.
There are very few books that I actually buy in physical format or anticipate. Sergei Lukyanenko’s Night Watch series are some of those books. I thought the series was finished with Last Watch but then I discovered New Watch.


Name a book you will be reading during the Christmas season.
I’ve stated before that I don’t really plan ahead, I just read what catches my eye whenever. That being said, I actually have a lot of boxsets right now that I am working through.

Name your favorite Christmas movie.
This one is a little tough because I have seen almost every Christmas movie under the sun but I have seen them so many times that I don’t really have feelings towards them one way or another. It may be a cop-out but I am going to have to go with a Nightmare Before Christmas.


Do you like snow?
Do I have to touch it? If the answer is yes I do have to touch it, then no I don’t like snow. If the answer is no, I don’t have to touch it, then yes, I love snow and it is magical.

Name a character you would like to spend your Christmas Day with.
Island from Camilla Monk’s Spotless series. I feel like our personalities are similar enough that we could get along and enjoy each other’s company.


To give or to receive?
Definitely give.I would be a liar is I said I didn’t like receiving presents. However, nothing pleases me more than the anticipation of getting someone something and then seeing their reaction as they open it.

What fictional place would you like to spend Christmas at?
Does my bed count? No? Okay then probably the world of Final Fantasy XIV. It’s just an absolute beautiful place. Not to mention just my taste.

Fondest Christmas memory?
As sad as this sounds, I actually don’t have many fond memories of Christmas. When I was younger it was always a race of getting ready and  going from house to house to make sure we made an appearance at our family’s parties. I never enjoyed it. It felt more of a chore than a celebration.

I think the fondest memory would be from last year were I woke up next to my fiance and then after we made the proper appearance to our respective families, we went to an Asian buffet and enjoyed time with each other. We do it every year on Christmas and it is kind of our tradition. It’s my favorite.

Can you say Christmas Tree ten times fast in a row (pronouncing it correctly)?
Nope. Not that skilled.


I’m spreading my Christmas cheer to:

Call me a Grinch, but I am spreading it to whoever wants to do it. I am not sure about people’s preferences.

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