The Love-a-Thon is an annual event that has been running since 2012, and it's continued to grow in the five years since then. It's meant to encourage positivity, form and strengthen relationships and to just be a whole lot of fun. This year, I'm co-hosting with Cee of The Novel Hermit, Kristin of Super Space Chick & Mel of The Daily Prophecy! (P.S. If you're only discovering this event today, please know that you're still welcome to sign up to be a part of it!)
While we certainly share a passion for stories, I'm always interested to discover the other things that my fellow booklovers are interested in. When Kristin decided she wanted to bring back the hobby mash-up challenge this year, I was ecstatic! All you need to do for this one is to find a way to mash-up your love of books with another one of your hobbies. You can get as creative as you'd like to in terms of how you'll be sharing about it!
P.S. If you want to be entered in the giveaway for this challenge, please link us to your post for the challenge over at Super Space Chick. Don't fret if you're not awake yet, as the linky will be open through February 20!
Last year, I mashed up books + pretty dresses + places I'd like to go, since I love finding adorable dresses and I always want to find new places to add to my travel bucket list. If there's one other thing that I am extremely passionate about but haven't really talked about on this blog, it's dessert. I've got a massive sweet tooth and always crave my favorite sweets! Today, I'll be sharing my five favorite types of dessert (though I'm a big dessert eater in general and will try anything sweet at least once) and books that reminded me of them in a variety of ways.
The Chocolate Thief is a really fun read that centers around two rival chocolate lovers who engage in seduction and subterfuge.
Second Chance Summer, which is a story about family, friendship and love.
To All the Boys I've Loved Before because Lara Jean Song loves baking cookies (and I'd be the perfect friend if she wanted someone to taste test her baked goodies).
The Careful Undressing of Love because, if I recall right, there's a donut shop mentioned in it that means something special to the characters.
Danica that I'm now obsessed with them. But seriously, they are light and flaky and flavorful and wonderful. I definitely had to pair it with Paris My Sweet, which is all about Paris, New York and dessert.
What's your favorite dessert or sweet things? Any book recommendations for books with sweets mentioned in them? Also, don't forget to link up to your post over at Super Space Chick in order to be entered in the giveaway!