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Tag: Three Bookish Things


I was tagged by Sara into this one. Go check her blog out.

Three read once and loved authors
  • Ruby Dixon — I just love her Ice Planet Barbarian series so much.
  • Alexa Riley — I don’t think there’s even one of their books I didn’t like in a way or another.
  • Rick Riordan — I was in love with his books after I finally read the first Percy Jackson book.
Three titles I’ve watched but haven’t read
  • Legend Of The Seeker — Many years ago I was obsessed over this show and I’d like to rewatch but unfortunately it’s not in netflix and I haven’t seen any DVDs in the internet.
  • The Magicians — I can’t believe I almost DNF’d this show but my friend made me continue it and I really enjoy it.
  • Bitten — I enjoyed the show but I’m just not interested in reading the books.
Three characters you love
  • Adrian Ivashkov.
  • Will Herondale.
  • George Lovelace.
Three series binged
  • Percy Jackson
  • Trylle Trilogy
  • Fifty Shades Of Grey
Three unpopular bookish opinions
  • I don’t really like Harry Potter. I have tried reading book four forever but it’s driving me into reading slump.
  • I prefer romance scenes over action.
  • Illuminae wasn’t that great. I only gave it three stars.
Three current favorite book covers
  • Angelfall by Susan Ee.
  • The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw
  • Switched by Amanda Hocking
Three goals for the year
  • Read some horror/ mystery books in October
  • Finish 150 books
  • Talk more with other book bloggers. If any of you want to get me know better don’t be afraid to comment about anything below my posts or you can reach out for me i twitter (:
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21 thoughts on “Tag: Three Bookish Things

    1. i’m glad you enjoyed them. I can’t wait to read the wicked deep. i hope it’s as awesome as it’s cover. i often find action boring but some are written very well like rick riordan’s

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  1. This is such a short and sweet tag!

    I didn’t know it was unpopular to like romance scenes more than action scenes, but I am right there with you, at least for books. I prefer action scenes in movies, but I think romance translates better on the page sometimes since you can actually see what the character thinks.

    I have watched the first season of The Magicians, but I still have to finish the second series and maybe get my hands on the books. The storyline is really unique for television and I would love to see how that is worked into an actual book.

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    1. it is in my experience! people are always complaining about books not having enough action and too much romance like in ACOFAS and i just wanted more romance πŸ™ˆ

      I need to continue the magicians too. i have heard good things about the current season. i’m not really interested in reading the books though.


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