I’ve seemed to have lost my tag mojo and all of the tags in my current file folder seem like a lot and I’m not feeling them so much right now. So, I figured that I would…mindlessly google some to randomly do??? I’m apparently at that level now. Here is a random that seemed pretty interesting!
I couldn’t find the original video link anymore since it is said it was unavailable. D:
First book in your collection/Last book you bought
Oh, gosh, the first book? I really don’t remember what my first book was. I can barely remember a plot from a book that I enjoyed three months ago, so I definitely don’t remember my first one. Probably the longest book that I’ve had in my collection is a Clifford one that was signed. Last book that I officially bought was The Wicked Deep, which I might have totally bought because of my love for Hocus Pocus???
A cheap book/An expensive book
Probably the most I’ve ever sent on a book was quite recently. I preordered a signed copy of The Broken Girls by Simone St. James, because I’m a good little obsessive fangirl and I needed a signed copy. I’ve gotten a few cheap books on sale at the library book sale for, like, .25 cents. My friend always makes out brilliantly with those while I always start getting weirded out with all the hands those books might have touched.
A book with a male protagonist/One with a female protagonist
Here are two of my recent reads! Mei was one of the most entertaining YA heroines that I’ve read in a while, and I’ve only recently starting to get into Magnus’s voice.
A book you read fast/One that took you long to read
With the reread of These Ruthless Deeds, I binge read that as quick as I could with the time I had. I basically read it in a few hours The Night Circus was a whole other story – it took me four months to read it. I would read little bits at a time with it, but I was just so forever bored with it that I put if off until the fourth month when I tried to binge read it all.
Pretty cover/Ugly cover
I absolutely love the Saints and Misfits cover. It has the coolest text, color scheme, and just everything works so perfectly. It was my favorite cover last year for sure. And unpopular opinion time: I am totally not into any of the Raven Boys covers. Something about them are just so not pleasing to me.
A national book/An international book
I’m sort of confused about this one? Is national like based in my nation while the international is just anywhere else besides my nation? I AM CONFUSED AND NEED SOME CLARIFICATION. Eh, we’re just going with that interpretation. All We Can Do is Wait was based all in Boston, MA, and House of Furies was based in Ireland/Great Britain area.
A thin book/A thick book
Romeo and What’s Her Name was one of the smallest YA books I’ve seen/read, while Winter is certainly one of the largest.
Fiction book/Non-fiction book
Well, banshees taking souls are certainly pretty fictional, but the epic Irish woman little biographies in Wild Irish Women are not!
Very (way too) romantic book/Action book
Well, Love, Hate, and Other Filters certainly had a lot more fluff and romance than I was expecting it to have, and These Vengeful Souls had a lot less. Not quite sure if I’m complaining about either?
A book that made you happy/One that made you sad
The Summer I Became a Nerd will forever make my heart happy, but A Short History of the Girl Next Door hits me in the feels the moment I think about it.
Well, I just took this from Google, so I mean, feel free to snatch it up to if you find it interesting! Since I wasn’t tagged, I always feel weird for tagging others with it.
What do you think? What are some of your answers for this? Do we have any of the same? Let’s discuss in the comments below!