Hello my fellow followers! I hope you’re all having a swell Monday. I’m kicking off this week with a tag. Today I’m doing the Blogging Book Tag, thank you Jenaca @jenacidebybibliophile for tagging me! Let’s get started!
So I may be holding off on my book reviews for the next few weeks. I do have some Christmas things planned, plus I have lots of tags to get to so December will be a fun month on my blog.
- Always Always Always, pingback to creator (she has trouble finding your tags because it doesn’t pingback correctly) icebreaker694
- Use graphics by creator or your own
- Thank fellow blogger for thinking about you enough to tag you
- Answer the questions
- Tag 10+ bloggers to do it (Don’t make the tag die!)
I’m going to be very cheesy here and say that I love the character interaction between Adrian and Sydney from the Bloodlines series by Richelle Mead.
I feel like I can answer this by saying anything by Stephen King. His plots are always so elaborate and really well put together that I can’t help but love them.
Man, The Rosie Project and The Rosie Effect made me feel every emotion under the sun. 😀😂😡😭😥😐
I’m not really sure how to answer this. What qualifies as ‘advanced writing’? The level of the writing, or the actual content? I’m probably thinking way too much into this; I’ll just say Oranges are Not the Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson. There are lots of themes, and concepts that deal with religion and things that are beyond this world.
One of my best friends got me into A Series of Unfortunate Events back in elementary school. One of my favourite series to this day.
I’m very critical about this, and this is what I wrote my thesis paper on in university so this is hard for me to answer. I’m very curious how they are going to turn A Series of Unfortunate Events into a TV show; from the trailers I’ve seen it looks pretty good and I’m very excited about it. I know it’s not a movie, but that’s my answer.
I’m really liking Michael Buckley’s Undertow trilogy currently. I can’t wait for the last book to come out.
Please excuse the poor lighting that I took this photo in, but I really liked this cover just about as much as I liked the writing between the covers.
The BFG by Roald Dahl has won some awards, and this has got to be one of my favourite children’s novels.
Can I answer Stephen King again? Anything he publishes there is no doubt I will get around to reading it.
Sarah J. Maas’s Throne of Glass series. I am one of the minority who has not picked this up… yet.
I’ll tag some of my new followers, hello and thank you for choosing to follow me, means the world to me 🙂
- Payton @Payton’s Book Thoughts
- Ashleigh @Book Bonanza Reviews
- Sarah @The Bookworm
- Beatriz @Books ‘n’ Reviews Oh My
- Ruby @My Booking Great Blog
I know it’s not 10+ but I’m making my own rules here ha! 😜