I really wish I had some discussion ideas but because I don’t here’s a tag Sam @ Fictionally Sam tagged me into awhile ago.
This was a hard one! It’s hard to pick a book that’s not just amazing inside but also gorgeous outside. I’m not big fan of middle grade books but The Dreadful Tale Of Prosper Redding by Alexandra Braken just made me fall in love and I love the white fox in the cover.
Anything by Leigh Bardugo and Harry Potter by J. Rowling. I have talked about Leigh’s books way too much but unlike everyone else who grew up with reading Harry Potter I only watched the movies and couldn’t finish book four when I finally tried reading them
I’m picking Crossfire series by Sylvia Day for this one. It gets me from my reading slump every time.
I’m going to go with Tales From The Shadowhunter Academy by Cassandra Clare. This book made me smile and cry like a baby. I was visiting my friend out of town for two weeks, so I was trying really hard not to cry– and failing.
I don’t get surprised very easily, so I don’t think I have one I can think of at the moment.
First two books of Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi. I found the romance in those books pretty boring but I’m glad I kept reading the series.
I think the most recent DNF for me was Schooled by Piper Lawson. I wasn’t just interested in the plot. I don’t even know why I keep trying to read friends to lovers books. I guess I just thought it would be interesting to see the main character falling in love with her best friend’s little brother.
Carry On is already getting it’s sequel, so I’m going to go with P.S… You’re Mine by Alexa Riley. It has been few years since I read this one but it was maybe first Alexa Riley book I ever read. I think I read Sookie/ Eric fanfiction based on it and decided to give the book a chance and I was in love. I wish I had seen more of what happened to the main characters.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Vol. 1 by Jordie Bellair. I’m so exited for these new Buffy comics and they better deliver me my Spuffy endgame. I have been waiting for it over ten years.
Cress by Marissa Meyer. Part of the reason why I love this book so much is that I connect with Cress. I live in my own cave aka my room away from other people like Cress lived in her little tower. I’m just not that social and I still live with my parents. I might be 23- years old but I hate these questions about where I am, who am with, when I’m coming home etc. when I leave the house. I’d rather just stay in my room reading or watching shows. Cress is also as clueless about guys as I am.
Another thing I connect with her is how she puts everyone before her. That’s actually something I should learn to do less. I’m always putting everyone’s needs before my own and that’s not healthy. I also like to ‘take care’ of everyone around me, like making sure they’re eating enough and that can be annoying af for them.