Inside Out Book Tag

Okay, I know I’m behind on tags and awards, and I gazed upon the lovely tags and awards and most of them had 11 questions and such. And I just kept gazing and gazing and gazing and I’m like 11 just seems like so much for this super tired brain, so I’m going to look at an adorable Disney tag I’ve had my eye on for a while now. The other things are just coming another day…but adorable Disney tag today!

I wasn’t tagged for this, but I found this one over at Thrice Read’s blog a while ago. They always find the most amazing tags, so make sure to check out their epic blog here!


Credits to Entangled Teen

The Summer I Became a Nerd by Leah Rae Miller. This is literally the cutest contemporary I’ve ever read, and it’s just so adorable and cute and fluffy. I just love it to pieces, and it can instantly bring a smile to my face.


the probability of miracles
Credits to Razorbill

I really don’t read sad books. I kind of have a thing against it. I want to laugh, not cry. XD One that actually sort of got me to cry is The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder. I just always remember the sadness when I think of this book now.


Credits to Spencer Hill Contemporary

Bookishly Ever After by Isabel Bandiera. I had all my hopes and dreams put in this book for some fluffy romance, cheesiness, an awesome diverse love interest, and an epic book lover main character. Instead, it was so problematic for me. I was not pleased.

NAME A BOOK THAT DISGUSTS YOU. (but not in the tradition sense – just in the gore section)

stalking jack the ripper
Credits to Jimmy Patterson

Okay, this book really doesn’t disgust me in the tradition sense – it was just the gore in the first few pages that kind of did me in. I really don’t like gore very much at all, and Maniscalco just did too good of a job with description that it kind of gave me a queasy stomach in the first few pages. XD I’ve heard it’s pretty fantastic, but my stomach wouldn’t let me go further. XD


court of wings and ruin
Credits to Bloomsbury

A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas. I don’t trust this book not to leave in an insane cliffhanger (since there are three new books supposedly in the works), and seeing how Maas is a bit of rule breaker when it comes to making you think a relationship is safe…and then completely destroying it. I don’t fully trust this will all be good and well and dandy but I do know I will probably enjoy every second of it.

Since I wasn’t tag, I’m not going to tag anyone, but I definitely encourage people to do it because it was a fun little tag!

What do you think? What are some of your answers for this? What do you think? Let’s discuss in the comments below!


Also, Inej made it to round 4 – thanks again for going through all of this with me and Inej, and if you’re interested in maybe saying hi to Inej for me again, here is the link! 😉 There was some greattttt ARCS up for grabs once you vote, so make sure to check it out! Here is my original post here!

And also, I do have a giveaway going right now for my ARC copy of Gilded Cage by Vic James. Don’t forget to enter here if you live in the U.S.! It ends at MIDNIGHT EST tonight, so make sure to get your entries in – and look, you’ll have one less little random message for me on every other random post. Yay team?

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37 thoughts on “Inside Out Book Tag

      1. Oh… well, I might check this out. (TBR!) Maybe just check. I’ll do my best to stay away from it for a while. 😀 But there’s dissecting a body part. I think— I’ll just– >.< !!!!

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      2. You’re practically giving me good books to explore! Every book you recommend I try to check them out. So no, I don’t think you’re giving me options. 😁

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      3. Ahahahaha. Oops. XD That’s good…but also very bad. I’ll try to stop…I’ll tell all the books I read next to be bad? XD But I know what you mean. You keep giving me more contemporaries to read too. XD And then I have to go revisit all Rick Rio…his last name. XD

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  1. This tag is so cute! The movie was fantastic as well, so of course this one wouldn’t be any different but IT IS SO CUTE OMG.
    Loved your choices, by the way. I’ve had my sights on Stalking Jack the Ripper for the longest time so thanks for the heads up XD (Gore is not my thing either… I hope it’s not a common theme, although knowing the story that inspired it… Hmm)
    I so agree with you on Maas! It’s one of the reasons I stopped enjoying the ToG series as much (though not the only reason). I really hope she doesn’t disappoint me with this one, which I have yet to read but feel as though I already have based on all I’ve read about it hahaha
    Lovely post, Mandy 🙂

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    1. It is! I just rewatched the movie after doing the tag, and I totally forgot just how adorable it was! SO CUTE. THE FEELS.
      And yes, I didn’t make it super far, so I can’t say if it was super gory or if you make it past the hump, it should be fine…although as you said, it is Jack the Ripper. XD
      But yes! I did manage to go back to ACOTAR and it did get better the second time around so HOPEFULLY it is better for you.
      And thankies!


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