The “Book Monsters” Tag


The “Book Monsters” Tag

created by Betwixt these Pages

I created this post the other day and decided I wanted to see what others’ came up with for their pairings!  Also, it was suggested to me I make this into a tag, so here we go!

The Rules:

–Have fun with this!  I used mythological creatures in my post, but you are free to use any monsters or beasties you’d like!
–Be sure to put a link to each artwork in your post somewhere, so the artists get recognition.
–You don’t HAVE to state why you picked each pair, but I’d love to know your reasons (if you have any)!
–Tag people at the end or don’t, it’s up to you!  Though I’d love if you did, to keep this tag going.
–Make sure you link back to Betwixt these Pages, so I can see your posts!

Let’s do this thing!
(covers take you to Goodreads; artwork takes you to their respective pages/sources)



The Griffin

Because it’s masquerading as one thing…with something entirely different inside!  You don’t quite know what you’re getting just looking at the cover.



The Pegasus

There’s something magical about reading this verse novel–and “watching” the main character come to terms with everything she experiences.



The Dragon

So pretty to look at…but so, so dangerous!  They’ve both got spikes and power behind their punches, so be careful!



The Hell Hound

This book has bite…and is bound to drag you to depths as yet unknown, if you let it!



 Father Time

Wait, this isn’t a mythological creature!?  What the heck, Beth?!  But I PROMISE, once you read this, you’ll understand–the play on time is just so awesome in this book!

I Tag:

Eve Messenger

Jackie @ fallinlovewiththesoundofwords

Kiwi @ Kiwi Reads

Morgan @ Bookenstein


Kim @ By Hook or By Book

Yvo @ It’s All About Books

Shealea Iral @ that bookshelf bitch

Millie Schmidt

Calliope the Book Goddess

Kendra @ readsandtreats

Until next time, happy book-ing…and thanks for playing!


6 thoughts on “The “Book Monsters” Tag

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