The “Me in Book Characters” Tag // Tag Tuesday

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Hey guys! Today’s post is, of course, going to be another Tag Tuesday! This week’s tag is the “me in book characters” tag, which I was kindly tagged to do by the always-amazing Emma, whose blog you need to check out, because I just love her so much and she’s great. However, this was originally created by Ash & Lo!

All you do for this tag is list five characters who you relate to most and explain why, so let’s get right into that! I’ll be going in order of the character I relate to the least to the most relatable character I’ve ever read.


#5: Luna Lovegood from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series

She’s a complete weirdo.

#4: Cath from Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl

I’m sure almost everyone who’s done this tag has Cath on their list, because she’s just SO. RELATABLE. As someone with anxiety, I could resonate with her super well the whole time I was reading this.

#3: Theo from Adam Silvera’s History Is All You Left Me

Look, I know he’s dead and all (not a spoiler, it says right in the synopsis and on the first page), but in those past-tense chapters with Griffin and Theo I felt I could totally relate to him. Also, he’s my name twin. So.

#2: Simon from Becky Albertallli’s Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

Okay, Becky is an actual, confirmed mind-reader. She can seriously write my thoughts. Simon is such a relatable character it’s kind of scary.

#1: Liv from Cat Clarke’s The Pants Project

Hi, yes, hello, could I get a time machine so I can go back to when I was in fifth grade so I can give my fifth grade self this book please??? Thanks
But seriously, Smol Theo needed this a few years ago. Not only can I relate with Liv now — even though he’s a sixth grader — I know I would relate to him when I was his age. Especially because, y’know, I had no fucking idea what trans meant when I was smol like that back in the day. ANYWAY, read this book


Thanks for reading! I’m not going to tag anyone specifically but I mean if you wanna do this tag then go ahead because it’s Fun.

What are some relatable characters you’ve read? Do we share any? Which ones? Which ones do we not share? Tell me all about it down in the comments!

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Down the TBR Hole #3

Hey guys! It’s Sunday, which means I’m doing Down the TBR Hole!

The rules:

  • Go to your Goodreads “to-read” shelf.
  • Order on ascending date added.
  • Take the first five or ten — or even more, if you’re feeling adventurous — books. Of course, if you do this weekly, you start where you left off last.
  • Read the synopses of the books.
  • Decide whether you should keep it on the shelf or not.

This meme was created by Lia @lostinastory.


Current TBR: 248

23341894#19: Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone – This is about a girl who has Purely-Obsessional OCD. SIGN ME UP!

Verdict: Keeping

#20: Our Own Private Universe by Robin Talley – This is an f/f romance and one of the girls is in the “figuring things out” stage. Yes please.

Verdict: Keeping

#21: Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee – An ace girl with a web series about a modern version Anna Karenina!! I repeat, AN ACE GIRL WITH A WEB SERIES ABOUT A MODERN VERSION OF ANNA KARENINA!

Verdict: Keeping

#22: Monstress, Volume One by Marjorie M. Liu – This sounds so !! fucking !! good !! omg !!

Verdict: Keeping

#23: Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk by Kathleen Rooney – This seems really original, cool and interesting, but it also seems…boring as fuck.

Verdict: Removing

#24: Stuff I’ve Been Feeling Lately by Alicia Cook – Oh my god, this book sounds SO. AMAZING. Also, it’s poetry, and as I’m guessing almost everyone knows at this point I’m trying to get into that.

Verdict: Keeping

#25: The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker – None of my friends have read this, so I don’t have their opinions to judge whether I should read this or not, but it sounds super good.

Verdict: Keeping

#26: Shadowshaper by Daniel José Older – The synopsis basically sounds like Harold and the Purple Crayon but way more epic. Also, latinx rep!!

Verdict: Keeping

#27: Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller – I mean. Just look at the blurb on the front. A lady Jack Sparrow? Erm. Yes.23604559

Verdict: Keeping

#28: Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire – Oh my god. There are so. Many. Reasons I want to read this. Don’t even get me sTARTED.

Verdict: Keeping

#29: My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry by Frederik Backman – Once again, not many of my friends have read this. However, it sounds super good! It also sounds like I’ll cry from it. Well, it’s by Frederik Backman. Of course I’ll cry.

Verdict: Keeping

Removal percentile: 9%


Thanks for reading! Once again, I barely removed any books — which isn’t really a bad thing! Anyways, have you read any of these books? What did you think of them? Are any of these on your TBR? Why? Why not? Tell me all about it down in the comments!

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Predicting My Ratings for Books on My TBR

Howdy! I needed something to post today and I’d seen this around quite a bit, so that’s what I’m doing today! I’m going to be predicting my rating for six books that I plan to read very soon, so without further adieu let’s get into it!


– THE BOOKS –

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The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell

In modern-day New York, magic is all but extinct. The remaining few who have an affinity for magic—the Mageus—live in the shadows, hiding who they are. Any Mageus who enters Manhattan becomes trapped by the Brink, a dark energy barrier that confines them to the island. Crossing it means losing their power—and often their lives. – from Goodreads

I’ll admit, this does sound a tiny bit unoriginal, but I am liVING for this synopsis. I can tell I’m going to be sucked into it as soon as I read the first page. I absolutely cannot wait to read this!

Predicted rating: 4.75/5 stars

The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones

When Dee makes a deal with a demon—her heart in exchange for an escape from a disastrous home life—she finds the trade may have been more than she bargained for. And becoming “heartless” is only the beginning. What lies ahead is a nightmare far bigger, far more monstrous than anything she could have ever imagined. – from Goodreads

Uhm. Trading your fucking heart with a demon? YES PLEASE.

Predicted rating: 4.5/5 stars

Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu

Vivian Carter is fed up. Fed up with her small-town Texas high school that thinks the football team can do no wrong. Fed up with sexist dress codes and hallway harassment. But most of all, Viv Carter is fed up with always following the rules. Viv decides to create a feminist zine that she distributes anonymously to her classmates. She’s just blowing off steam, but other girls respond. Pretty soon Viv is forging friendships with other young women across the divides of cliques and popularity rankings, and she realizes that what she has started is nothing short of a girl revolution. – from Goodreads

A YA book about feminism?! A book about feminism?! This is honestly such a rarity (sadly) and I need this NOW.

Predicted rating: 4/5 stars

Ramona Blue by Julie Murphy

Ramona was only five years old when Hurricane Katrina changed her life forever. Since then, it’s been Ramona and her family against the world. Standing over six feet tall with unmistakable blue hair, Ramona is sure of three things: she likes girls, she’s fiercely devoted to her family, and she knows she’s destined for something bigger than the trailer she calls home in Eulogy, Mississippi. The return of her childhood friend Freddie brings a welcome distraction from her crazy mess of a life. Her feelings for Freddie begin to shift, which is the last thing she expected. With her growing affection for Freddie making her question her sexual identity, Ramona begins to wonder if perhaps she likes girls and guys or if this new attraction is just a fluke. Either way, Ramona will discover that, for her, life and love are more fluid than they seem. – from Goodreads

A BOOK ABOUT SEXUAL FLUIDITY. I REPEAT. A BOOK ABOUT SEXUAL FLUIDITY.

Rating: 4.5/5 stars

Things I’m Seeing Without You by Peter Boganni

Tess has just dropped out of high school. She can barely function after learning of Jonah’s death. Jonah, the boy she’d traded banter with over texts and heartfelt e-mails.
Jonah, the first boy she’d told she loved and the first boy to say it back. 
Jonah, the boy whose suicide she never saw coming. 
Tess continues to write to Jonah, as a way of processing her grief and confusion. But for now she finds solace in perhaps the unlikeliest of ways: by helping her father with his new alternative funeral business, where his biggest client is…a prized racehorse?
As Tess’s involvement in her father’s business grows, both find comfort in the clients they serve and in each other. But love, loss, and life are so much more complicated than Tess ever thought. Especially after she receives a message that turns her life upside down. – from Goodreads

I’ve read so few books surrounding grief, and this one just sounds so good! I’ll definitely be reading it when I get the chance.

Predicted rating: 4/5 stars

Royal Basatards by Andrew Shvarts

Tilla spends her days exploring long-forgotten tunnels beneath the castle with her stablehand half-brother, Jax, and her nights drinking with the servants, passing out on Jax’s floor while her castle bedroom collects dust. Tilla secretly longs to sit by her father’s side, resplendent in a sparkling gown, enjoying feasts with the rest of the family. Instead, she sits with the other bastards.
Then, at a feast honoring the visiting princess Lyriana, the royal shocks everyone by choosing to sit at the Bastards’ Table. Before she knows it, Tilla is leading the sheltered princess on a late-night escapade. Along with Jax, Miles, and Zell, they stumble upon a crime they were never meant to witness.
Rebellion is brewing in the west, and a brutal coup leaves Lyriana’s uncle dead—with Lyriana next on the list. The group flees for their lives, relentlessly pursued by murderous mercenaries; their own parents have put a price on their heads to prevent the king and his powerful Royal Mages from discovering their treachery.
The bastards band together, realizing they alone have the power to prevent a civil war that will tear their kingdom apart—if they can warn the king in time. And if they can survive the journey… – from Goodreads

Well DAMN, this sounds epic. I gotta read it. (And I gotta love it.)

Predicted rating: 3.75/5 stars


Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed this. I have a slight feeling I made my expectations a bit too high for some of these, though, but I’m hoping that my ratings are accurate and I love all of the books on this list.

And with that being said, I’ll see you next time!

My Favorite Books of 2017!

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Hola! Now that 2018 is here, I thought I’d share with y’all the  best books I read in 2017. Sorry for not having this up earlier — I need to also stay on schedule with Tag Tuesdays, Down the TBR Holes, etc. These will be in no particular order because there is no way I could choose an order for all these amazing books.


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The Pants Project by Cat Clarke 🏳️‍🌈🧠♿

The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater 🏳️‍🌈

Little & Lion by Brandy Colbert ☀️🏳️‍🌈🧠🙏

Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia 🧠

Echo After Echo by Amy Rose Capetta 🏳️‍🌈

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee ☀️🏳️‍🌈🧠25613472

The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas ☀️

A List of Cages by Robin Roe 🧠

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness 🧠

I know I said that these are in no particular order because they’re just that good, which is true, but I think that if I were forced to choose a top 3 (let’s be honest, I could NEVER pick only ONE), it’d be The Pants ProjectA Monster Calls, and A List of Cages. Those books fucking KILLED ME.

🏳️‍🌈 = LGBTQIAP+ rep
☀️ = POC rep
🧠 = Mental health rep
🍃 = Physical illness rep
♿ = Disability rep
🌺 = Overweight / underweight MC
🙏 = Non-Christian MC
(Half-stole the idea from the lovely Romie!)
(Also, please let me know if I forgot to mark any rep for a book!)


Thanks for reading! What are some of your favorite books you read this year? Which ones do we share? Which ones of yours are different from mine? Tell me all about it down in the comments!

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2018 Beat the Backlist TBR!

Beat the Backlist is a reading challenge hosted by NovelKnight, and you can check out all the details here. (There are too many details in it to go through in here.) It runs from January 1st to December 31st, meaning we get a whole year to do it!

My Goodreads reading goal this year is 100, and I want to make a little under half the books I read new releases, and a little over half backlist. So, this is going to be a pretty long post; I’ll be going through 55 books! For the sake of this post’s length, I’m not going to talk about what the book is about. Obviously.

Also, please tell me what team you’re on if you’re doing BTB! I’m team Story Sorcerers!!

ANYWAY, here’s my (in no particular order, of course) TBR! Click on the cover to go to the GR page.


New Reads TBR

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My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows – I’ve been trying to get more into historical fiction lately, and this one just sounds hilarious! Also, the sequel to this comes out this year.

The Archived by Victoria Schwab – It’s Victoria/V.E. Schwab.

This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab – It’s Victoria/V.E. Schwab.

Vicious by Victoria/V.E. Schwab – It’s Victoria/V.E. Schwab. (Also, the sequel to this is FINALLY coming out this year!!)

Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys – I’ve heard NOTHING but amazing things about this book, and even if it weren’t for that I absolutely LIVE for WWII stories!

When Michael Met Mina by Randa Abdel-Fattah – I’ve sadly never read a book with a Muslim MC, which I REALLY want to change. Plus, the author is Australian!!

We Are the Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson – Oh my god. There are so. Many. Reasons I want to read this. Don’t even get me sTARTED.

The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace – Amanda Lovelace is just the awesomest person and I’m ashamed I haven’t read her book! Poetry is another genre I’ve been trying to read more of, and this one sounds really good.

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Under Rose-Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall – The protagonist has agoraphobia and OCD and there’s romance in it but the book !! doesn’t !! have !! the !! “love can cure” trope!!!!

Our Own Private Universe by Robin Talley – Sapphic girls with a main character in the “figuring themselves out” stage. Yes please.

Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee – An ace girl with a web series about a modern version Anna Karenina!! I repeat, AN ACE GIRL WITH A WEB SERIES ABOUT A MODERN VERSION OF ANNA KARENINA!

Shadowshaper by Daniel José Older – Harold and the Purple Crayon × a lot. (I mean, I’m pretty sure that’s what this is about.) Yes.

Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller – I mean. Just look at the blurb on the front. A lady Jack Sparrow? Erm. Yes.

Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire – Please refer to We Are the Ants.

Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo – Leigh Bardugo is one of my absolute favorite authors ever and this is the only book of hers I still have yet to read! AND it’s about Wonder Woman. I HAVE NO EXCUSES. I MUST READ THIS.

You’re Welcome, Universe by Whitney Gardner – The main character (who is deaf!!) is expelled from her school when she spray-paints over a slur about her best friend on the wall outside the school. That sounds like SUCH an amazing book.

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Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit by Jaye Robin Brown – Well it’s gay and that’s all I really need to know tbh

Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater – I’ve only read the first two books in this AMAZING series so I definitely want to finish it this year!!

The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater – See above. I’M READY TO BE CRUSHED.

Beartown by Frederik Backman – I blame Marija for this going on my tbr

If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo – Trans rep in YA?? In books?? In media at all????

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Radio Silence by Alice Oseman – Literally EVERYONE has been recommending me this lately!! Also it’s diverse af which is always a plus

The You I’ve Never Known by Ellen Hopkins – Once again, I want to get into poetry really badly!

It’s Not Like It’s a Secret by Misa Sugiura – Okay so I have no idea what this book is about but I skimmed the synopsis and it’s queer so guess I’ll read it lmao

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Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust – This has been pitched as gay feminist Snow White, and I’ve read a few pages of it already, and holy shit. I know I’m going to love it.

Meg & Linus by Hanna Nowinski – Tbh I forgot what this book is about but I remember it sounding super cute and most people like it so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren – Pretty cover + good reviews + gay = on my tbr.

Dreadnought by April Daniels – A TRANS SUPERHERO. YES, YOU READ THAT RIGHT. A TRANS SUPERHERO.

10 Things I Can See from Here by Carrie Mac – Sapphic girls in Canada and one of them has severe anxiety!!

Noteworthy by Riley Redgate – I’m pretty sure this is about a trans girl in choir and she’s the only girl in the “low” (like soprano or something?? I’m probably completely wrong lol) group. Or something like that. I’m probably completely off from what it actually is. Nevertheless, I want to read it.

Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao – This sounds SO good and right up my ally. I’ll for sure be getting to this soon.

Jane, Unlimited by Kristen Cashore – This book sounds super weird. Aka, I need to read it.

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Royal Bastards by Andrew Shvarts – Y’all, this sounds SO. GOOD. Omg.

Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu – This got a TONNE of hype back in September 2017 when it came out, and ever since then it has just completely faded away into nonexistence which is like ???? why

Openly Straight by Bill Konigsberg – I know this follows a kid in high school who’s gay and has been out since eighth grade, and it’s totally fine — his parents are completely okay with it, he doesn’t get bullied; but he’s sick of always being labeled as “the gay kid,” so he transfers schools and doesn’t come out. THAT SOUNDS SO GOOD OMG

Dress Codes for Small Towns by Courtney Stevens – I tried reading this a few months ago, but I wasn’t in the mood for it at the time. I was enjoying it though! Also, genderfluid MC.

The Abyss Surrounds Us by Emily Skrutskie – I blame Elise for this going on my tbr

Nevernight by Jay Kristoff – There are too many people to blame for me putting this on my tbr honestly

The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones – I am so !! obsessed !! with people-making-deals-with-the-devil stories!!!!

Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero – This is a SCOOBY DOO RETELLING. No, not a novelization. A RETELLING. Oh my god why haven’t I read this yet
// edit: I have been informed that this book is very transphobic so I have removed it from my TBR.

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None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio – Tbh all I know about this book is that the MC is intersex but that’s all I need to know really

Warcross by Marie Lu – This. Book. Sounds. So. Fucking. AMAZING oh my god

The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed – A YA book about rape culture!!!!!!!!

An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson – I both want to read this and don’t want to read it. Let’s see what happens

When the Moon Was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore – Okay if we’re being completely honest there’s only two reasons I added this to my tbr: it’s by Anna-Marie McLemore and one of the MCs is FTM.

Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst – Y’ALL. A princess is arranged to marry the prince of the other kingdom but she falls in love with the prince’s sister. Y’ALLLLLL

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid – I blame Amelie for this going on my tbr

The Epic Crush of Genie Lo by F.C. Yee – Okay yes I know all my friends who’ve read this hated it and all but I like to torture myself so

Rereads TBR

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Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo – This is my favorite series ever and somehow I’ve only read each one once?? I need to reread them.

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda and The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli – I absolutely love both of Becky Albertalli’s books (I definitely prefer Simon, but still), and the Simon movie is coming out in March!!!!!!!! Oh my god. Also, Becky’s third book will be releasing this year too!!

A List of Cages by Robin Roe – As everyone is aware of, I absolutely adore this book. So I definitely am going to reread it sometime this year!

The Pants Project by Cat Clarke – This might be my favorite book of all time. I MUST REREAD IT. And if you haven’t read it, erm, please do yourself a favor and do it.

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee – I’m pretty sure the sequel to this is coming out this year?? And even if it’s not, I love this book too much to not reread it.


Thanks for reading! Which of these books have you read? What did you think of them? Are any of these on your TBR? Are you doing BTB this year? What are some books you’re planning to read for it? Tell me all about it down in the comments!

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ARC Review: The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce

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Hey guys! Today’s post is going to be a review of the first book I read in 2017, Rachel Joyce’s The Music Shop! I logged onto NetGalley on January second, the day this book was released, and realized that I hadn’t read it, so I ended up reading it all in that day. I usually don’t read an entire book in one day so YAY! But anyway, here’s my thoughts on The Music Shop.


Goodreads synopsis:

26854212It is 1988. On a dead-end street in a run-down suburb there is a music shop that stands small and brightly lit, jam-packed with records of every kind. Like a beacon, the shop attracts the lonely, the sleepless, and the adrift; Frank, the shop’s owner, has a way of connecting his customers with just the piece of music they need. Then, one day, into his shop comes a beautiful young woman, Ilse Brauchmann, who asks Frank to teach her about music. Terrified of real closeness, Frank feels compelled to turn and run, yet he is drawn to this strangely still, mysterious woman with eyes as black as vinyl. But Ilse is not what she seems, and Frank has old wounds that threaten to reopen, as well as a past it seems he will never leave behind. Can a man who is so in tune with other people’s needs be so incapable of connecting with the one person who might save him? The journey that these two quirky, wonderful characters make in order to overcome their emotional baggage speaks to the healing power of music — and love — in this poignant, ultimately joyful work of fiction.

Goodreads // Amazon


Rating: ★★☆☆☆ (2.5 stars)

Thank you so much to NetGalley and Random House for providing me with a free eARC in exchange for an honest review.

It took me some time to figure out what rating I should give this once I finished it. On one hand, it was a very quick and easy read, and the plot was really interesting; but on the other hand, I hated the characters — which, for me, is the most important part of a book — and I wasn’t exactly a huge fan of the writing, either.

“The silence at the beginning of a piece of music is always different from the silence at the end.”

WHAT I LIKED

  • The setting — The Music Shop is set in 1988 in a London indie music shop, which I absolutely loved!
  • The pacing — As I’m guessing most of you guys know, I hate slow books. And this one definitely wasn’t! I picked it up and read the whole thing within two sittings.
  • The plot — The plot was so cool and original! I’ve definitely never read anything similar to it.

WHAT I DIDN’T LIKE

  • The writing — This book suffered from a bad case of “I tried to have really beautiful writing, but it ended up being absolutely terrible and by trying so hard to make it amazing I made it even worse.” Which is definitely my least favorite style of writing, by far.
  • The characters — Like I said earlier, and have said many times in the past, characters are the most important part when I read a book. And this is another thing where the writer tries too hard and ends up worsening the book — Rachel Joyce clearly tried to make the characters all quirky and shit, but it just didn’t work out.
  • The diversity — Or, really, the lack thereof. There was no diversity in this book.

“‘Like music,’ said Peg. ‘Even when it was over, it kept living inside you.'”

OVERALL

All in all, would I recommend this book? Well…maybe. If you prefer a plot-driven book over character-driven and like extremely-poetic writing, then I say go for it! But if my review listed anything that made you think you won’t enjoy this, don’t bother. Read a book you actually WANT to read.


Thanks for reading! I’m a bit bummed my first read of 2018 was only mediocre, but at least I didn’t hate it, right? Anyways, have you read this book yet? What did you think of it? If not, is it on your TBR list? Why? Why not? Tell me all about it down in the comments!

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Your Bookish Identity Tag // Tag Tuesday

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Hi everyone! It’s been a little bit since I did a Tag Tuesday last, but I’ve gotten back on track! This week’s tag is the “Your Bookish Identity” tag, which I was tagged to do by the lovely Kat.


one — what distopian / fantasy world would you live in?

I don’t want to use the cliché Harry Potter answer, so I’ll go with an equally good answer — The Last Magician world! I haven’t finished the book yet but the world is so amazing.

two — who would your partner be?

This is a pretty hard question, but I think I have to go with Jus from Dear Martin! He’s both smart and incredibly brave.

three — who would be your godly mother / father? (percy jackson)

I took a quiz on this when I was procrastinating on reading bored and I got Aphrodite, so I guess I’ll answer her.

four — would you be a downworlder or a nephilim? (shadowhunter world)

I haven’t read any of the Shadowhunter books (and I never will), so I’m gonna have to skip this question.

five — which house would you be in? (harry potter)

Hufflepuff for life, obviously.

six — which faction would you be in? (divergent)

I haven’t read any of the Divergent books or seen the movies — nor do I ever plan to — so I’ll skip this one as well.

seven — what would your dæmon be? (his dark materials)

I, uh…haven’t read / seen His Dark Materials either. 😐


Thanks for reading! I sadly had to skip three questions so I could only answer four, but this was still a lot of fun to do! I’m not going to tag anyone specifically, but if you’re reading this and want to do it I TAG YOU!

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