Thank you to author Maria Savva for tagging me. You can read her blog here.
The rules are to choose between 6-8 types of chocolate and link them to different books.
Here it goes.
Nocturnal Embers by Helle Gade is fine and rich like Ferrero Rocher. The photographs and poetry are like magic on your tongue.
Beautifully written and moving story with characters you can't forget. A Splash of Hope by Charity Parkerson is like chocolate covered cherries exploding in your mouth.
From the Cafe and Beyond
Milk-chocolate covered espresso beans capture the essence of From the Cafe and Beyond by Nadia Hasan. Her emotions are powerful and so is the espresso. Both keep you awake and wanting more.
Sandcastle and Other Stories
Sandcastle and Other Stories by Justin Bog sifts through your consciousness like the crumbles of a Butterfinger. These psychological thrilling stories are ones you don't want to miss - much like your next bite of chocolate delight.
Trailer Trash, With a Girl's Name
Stacey Roberts is talented and hilarious in his book Trailer Trash, With a Girl's Name. And what candy sounds more funny than Whoppers Malted Milk Balls?
Pulse by Natasha Head bleeds words like the dripping chocolate of a rose. It is intense and memorable.
Now, I'd like to tag my partner in poetic crime, Chris.