Hey guys! Welcome or welcome back to my blog! It’s been a couple of weeks since I did a tag, so I decided to do one! I was tagged by Madeline @The Bookish Mutant, who, by the way has a wonderful blog, which you should most definitely check out! Thanks for tagging me Madeline!
This tag was created over at Krisha’s Cosy Corner.
- Thank the blogger who nominated you and give a link to the blog.
- Answer the 5 feelings given to you.
- Write the reason in 5 to 6 lines of why does that particular book come under that feeling.
- Nominate between 5-12 other bloggers.
- Give your nominees 5 feelings too.
- Notify your nominees once you’ve uploaded your post.
I feel like I am super out of sync with books at the moment, so I am just gonna open Goodreads and be back
*realizes no one would have realised she had Goodreads open, even if she hadn’t mentioned it*
Answering the feelings Madeline gave:
- A book with a character that made you angry:
For this book I pick Fix Her Up by Tessa Bailey, since the love interest of this book- Travis Ford made me super angry, and actually made me want to puke, because he is such a major A-hole. Like, he rarely ever asks the MC what she wants and asserts his dominance all the time! And I don’t know parts of me feel like he is sort of a misogynist? I don’t know, I get a vibe.
- A book with the perfect setting for you to daydream about
I am going to be super basic here and go with Harry Potter.
- A book that made you feel better after a long slump
I am going to go with The Marriage Code by Brooke Burroughs here, since, I am in the middle of a slump right now, and it actually made me feel better and made me feel I could defeat this monstrous slump (which I haven’t been able to do yet.)
- A book that you couldn’t stop thinking about for weeks after reading it
Cinder’s the obvious choice here! Well, actually the entirety of Lunar Chronicles is the correct answer.
- A book that made you want to punch a wall
I am going to go with The Yearbook here because of the huge amount of toxicity. Don’t get me wrong, it ain’t a bad book, it’s just too much.
Feelings for the people I tag:
- A book you did the mistake of reading during a slump
- A book that was way too deep for you to enjoy.
- A book that is super unrealistic, and unreasonable, but you love it all the same
- A book that made you feel whole.
- A book character you feel a strong connection to
People I tag:
- Birdie @Birdie’s Booktopia
- Cherelle @A Bolt Out of a Book
- Sarah @Suits of Stories
- Sep @Bookishly Yours
- Hundreds and Thousands of Books
And that’s it for today! What is a book that made you feel better in a slump? Let me know in the comments, and you might just revive my reading life!