I first found this tag on Thrice Read and knew I wanted to do it because it sounded like a lot of fun. Of course, I always get confused on tag rules, and I decided to hold off on it. As luck would have it, Erynn @ Erynn Loves Books tagged me for it, and I was saved from any and all not-tagged awkwardness. Check out her new blog here, since it’s full of great bookish fun! Thanks so much again, Erynn!
BOOK FOR EACH INITIAL
M – My Lady Jane by Brodi Ashton, Cynthia Hand, and Jodi Meadows
A – Any Boy But You by Julie Hammerle – Adorable! Another A word. Double points?
N – Never Ever by Sara Saedi – a Peter Pan retelling that went wrong for me.
D – Duke of Pleasure by Elizabeth Hoyt – still loling like the child I am.
Y – You Were Here by Cori McCarthy – such a fantastic book, by the way!
AGE – COUNT ALONG YOUR BOOKSHELF
My 21st book is Truthwitch by Susan Dennard. Ironically, I keep thinking about this book lately, but keep talking myself out of it, since I have it stuck in my head that I need to read this in March.
BOOK THAT REPRESENTS A DESTINATION YOU WOULD LOVE TO TRAVEL TOO.
I would love to have Aubree’s experience in Wanderlost by Jen Malone. She travels throughout Europe with a ragtag team of senior citizens, seeing the beautiful sights. It sounds like so much fun – with the group and the fantastic sights she sees.
I go between purple or pink. Or pastels. XD I’m going to go with P.S. I Like You by Kasie West, since I love the pink on it. Well, on the side of it.
FONDEST MEMORIES OF
The Bailey School Kids by Debbie Dadey series! I accidentally stumbled upon this during a Goodreads childhood reads binge, and omigosh, this brought back the childhood feels. I used to love these books so much, and one day, I’m going to need to find these and cuddle them forever…wait, you don’t cuddle books? What do you do? Read them?
MOST DIFFICULTY READING
Well, by default, this has to be The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern only for the fact that it took me four months to read it. It really wasn’t that bad, but dear gosh, I apparently had some struggles.
WHICH BOOK IN TBR PILE WILL YOU GET THE BIGGEST SENSE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT FROM?
Teardrop by Lauren Kate. It’s the oldest book on my TBR (and probs even longer on my actual bookshelf), and I’m determined to finally read it this year.
Nadwa @ painfully fictional / icebreaker694 / Rendz from Readingwithrendz / jannin @ thebooknerd / Evy @ evyreadsbooksblog / Anyone that wishes to do this – my brain is super tired and can’t remember who else enjoys doing tags at the moment – anyone, anyone?
As usual, if you’ve already done this or don’t feel like it, feel free not to do this!
Even though this was one of the simplest tags out there, but it turned out to be one of the funnest (most fun ;)) tags I’ve done so far. What are some of your answers for these? What does your life in books look life?