I found this book tag on Ashmita’s blog, TheFictionalJournal. Though I haven’t heard much of Olivia Rodrigo’s music, I really liked this tag so I decided to do it! Also if you don’t follow Ashmita’s blog, I’d advise you do so! It’s pretty great! I mean, this is her original tag…so, yeah, go check her out!
And, btw, I’m not linking to any of the books I list right now because the computer is going bonkers and I don’t have the patience to deal with it right now.
- List the rules.
- Show some love to the one who tagged you.
- Mention the creator (Ashmita@the Fictional Journal) and link it back to the original post.
- Nominate as many people you want and notify them by commenting on their posts.
- Name a song that you have been listening to on repeat.
- Have fun!
Brutal – A book with a lot of teenage angst
Oh, definitely Perfection and Other Illusive Things by J. Mercer.
Traitor – A book that broke your heart, but you still keep going back to
Several…but probably The Warden and the Wolf King by Andrew Peterson. That book is SO sad, but SO good!!
Driver’s License – A book that helped you grow/become who you are
Probably The Penderwicks at Last by Jeanne Birdsall. Mostly because it deals with growing up and having siblings move out of the house and all that stuff. It is very bitter-sweet, but it has helped me coup with that kinda stuff.
1 Step Forward, 3 Steps Back – A book which was slow paced, but so addictive that you just couldn’t stop reading it
Probably David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. It was INCREDIBLY slow, but it was a good book. However, above all it was impeccably written…just….*chef’s kiss*
Deja Vu – A book that makes you nostalgic
Little Women, Narnia, 10 Kids, No Pets…on and on and on!
Good 4 U – A book you almost dnf-ed but it became your favorite
I almost….(key word: ALMOST!!!) dnf-ed The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien…thank heavens I didn’t!!!
Enough For You – A book that lived up to your incredibly high expectations
The Lord of the Rings.
Happier – A book/series which caused a book hangover
The Story Peddler by Lindsay A. Franklin and The Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson. Major hangover there!
Jealousy, Jealousy – A world you would sell your books to be a part of
Favorite Crime – A favorite series, but a really disappointing last book
Okay, I wasn’t THAT disappointed by Mockingjay…BUT, compared to the first two books, and considering how depressing it is at parts (understandably so, though) it was my least favorite book of The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins.
Hope Ur OK – A book that healed you/ your comfort book
Case for Grace by Lee Strobel is such an amazing book that though it didn’t necessarily “heal” me, it was extremely moving and enlightening.
Welp, that’s all for today! If you didn’t get tagged please still feel free to do it if you want! It’s really fun! Thanks again, Ashmita for making it!
And thank you to everyone for reading! God bless!