Okay, I’m ridiculously behind on all of my tags, and it’s so sad. I’ve been trying to get to more of the original ones that I was tagged for my some of the amazing blogs I follow first, but I still have some major struggles. This tag was created by the wonderful Moira over at For the Lover of Books. She has such fantastic reviews (literally I agree with almost all of them/will know if I will like or not like a book); she’s super nice, and she has a lot of cool bookish content. Check out more of her blog here!
Onto her brilliant new tag!
Celtic punk: Favourite Obscure Book/ A Book with a Non-Western Setting
The Big Empty series by J. B. Stephens is one of my favorite series ever, and literally no one has ever heard of them. They’re so random and kind of weird, but I’m still obsessed with them. XD And I mean, they literally have the shadiest covers. LOOK AT THAT SKETCHINESS> So much love, though.
Classical: Favourite Classic/ Book that Should Become a Classic
Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios – it has a lot of triggers and deals with a lot of intense things, but I think it is a story that would benefit a lot of young people, learning about domestic violence. For my favorite classic, though, it would totally be The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde.
Soul/ RnB: A Powerful Book
We Are Okay by Nina LaCour totally gutted me. It was a book that played with my emotions, and it was a book that totally lingered with me even days after I had finished. I would constantly think about reading it, and I don’t think I’ve read a book like that in a while.
I thought about this one long and hard, ladies and gentlemen. Real hard. XD
Soundtrack: Favourite Book to Movie Adaptation/ Adapted Book
Ummmmmm…I really don’t have one. Most of the time, I think the adaptions are just okay? I really don’t watch too many of them. I think I would probably have to say The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancy because I wasn’t super crazy about it originally but the movie wanted me to give it another try.
Rock and Roll: An Action Packed Book
Does the action ever really stop in these? Every moment, something brand new is going wrong. XD Also, loving the black and white thing I had accidentally going on here.
Pop: A Book with a Pretty Cover that You Lost Interest In
I love this cover so much – it’s so much prettier than my Bookstagram picture can show – but I really had some big issues with the character’s decisions in it, which led me to skim a lot of the book. But I do love that cover and there were a few cute moments.
Reggae: Favourite Seasonal Book
I don’t really do book seasons. Like, spring doesn’t equal a certain type of book or winter or such. However, with summer, I always end up doing tons of manga and contemporary books. I’m not quite sure why. So, I shall go with a contemporary book choice:
Country: A Historical Fiction Book That Wasn’t For You/ You Loved
I haven’t been reading historical fiction books lately, which is a shame because I really do love them. I especially love the time period of the early 1900s to 1950s. It’s just such an unique time period. However, I did read one recently, Odd & True by Cat Winters, which I wasn’t a fan of sadly.
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I’m going to be doing a try and do quite a bit more tags in the next two weeks, and I don’t want to overtag anyone. So, if I haven’t tagged you, please feel free to do it because it’s a fun little one, and Moira’s awesome. And I’ll probably be tagging you in the future. XD