Hi everyone! Happy Fourth of July! I was going to post a 4th of July Book tag, but I only found one (although I did look at the first web search page only so it’s not like I did some major searching), so I figured that I would continue with catching up with some back logged tags!
I’d also like to say that I’ve be chosen to be a Beacon Book Box Assistant (aka an influencer)!!! I’ll have more details and a discount code in the near future!
I was tagged by the creator May to do her original PJO/HoO inspired tag! The graphics are also created by May and can be found in the link to them can be found in the rules section!
- Thank the person who tagged you and link to their post.
- Link to the original creator: May @ Forever and Everly! Please note that she made the artwork/graphics, if using them.
- Match books with the given prompts.
- Tag however many people as wanted!
- Copy-paste the rules and list of prompts.
I’ve read a lot of really great books so far this year, I don’t know if it’s because I’m having to be really selective about the books I’m reading due to my lack of free time or if there’s been some type of spell that has been placed over me to pick really good books, but this is starting to become of of those questions I can’t answer because HOW CAN I PICK ONE? *clears throat, so for the moment of yelling*
If I had to pick, I’d say To Carve a Fae Heart by Tessonja Odetto (praying that I spelled her last night right)! I love this book because of the fae (duh), the enemies to lover trope, the DRAMA… this book has it all!
Can I just say most of the author’s that I’ve read? I mean they’re able to create these stories that make me feel so many things through words on paper.
I might have to say Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson just because it’s a book about magic with a slow burn romance (both of which I don’t normally gravitate towards).
The Testing Series by Joelle Charbonneau. This is like The Hunger Games meets Divergent. I read this back when dystopian books was really popular and liked it a lot better than most of the others.
My Lady Jane by Ashton Brodi, Jodi Meadows, and Cynthia Hand for the simple fact the it’s a historical fiction book. History was one of the only subjects that I dreaded taking because it simply doesn’t interest me. I honestly couldn’t tell you what make me pick this book up, but I found it hard to put down with the characters being able to… well never mind it could be a spoiler.
The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han. I read this book back during high school and loved the story about summer beach life and first love.
Siblings seems to be one of those things that are either really well executed or none existent. So for that reason and for being put in the spotlight, my mind has gone blank and I’m going to have to pass.
First Love by James Patterson and Emily Raymond. This is one of the few books that I reread and every time I read it, I end up sitting for hours to read Axi and Robinson’s story. By the time I reach the end, I also end up reaching for the box of tissues because the ending gets me everytime.
Can I say Percy Jackson or would that be cheating? Because I fee like I’m so behind in reading the books that the community over-all loves and actually liking them that I might as well just keep quite.
Or, I Could say ACOTAR, but the SJM fandom is always split on the ACOTAR/ToG series, so I don’t know it that counts either.
Let’s see… I’d have to say Paper Princess by Erin Watt since there’s enough drama in it to keep my mind off of being on an island.
American Panda by Gloria Chio. Look, my luck with loving Asian MCs hasn’t been that great this year, so I’m praying to everything out there that American Panda will give me the warm fuzzies and not want to throw it arcoss the room (not like I’d actually do that).
Crush by Tracy Wolff. I read was able to read an ARC of Crave and loved it (which surprised me because I’m into werewolf books), but I’m crossing my fingers and toes that I can read an ARC of Crush.
Also, there’s Shine by Jessica Jung that’s about a girl who used to be a really big K-Pop singer.
I think I’m also going to have to skip that because I have no idea. Not even the slightest. I’ve bought a good many books because of the online book community, but have I read any? Well… that’s another thing.
Match Me If You Can by Tiana Smith. Y’all Logan is one of my favorite book boyfriends. He reminded me so much of one of the guys that I went to high school with and it made the book even better!
The Lux Series by JLA, the Sweet Evil Series by Wendy Higgins, most of Sarah Dessen and Morgan Matson’s books… the list could go on and on.
As She Fades by Abbi Glines because a) the book puts you through an emotional roller coaster and b) the book itself is so small and you dread reaching the end of it because it’s a stand alone and you just want a few more chapters with the characters.
Good heavens. This could be another long list, but I’m just going to have to say old reliable which is The Cruel Prince by Holly Black.
*cough, cough* (whispers) The Cruel Prince
ACOMAF by SJM, The Best Mistake by Cookie O’Gorman, The Lux Series by JLA. I could go on because I love a good book with romance.
I know that a lot of bloggers have already done this tag (or at least it feels like it), so if you haven’t done it already and would like to, you’re tagged! Make sure to tag me in the post, so I can read your answers!
Happy reading until next time,