Fourth Of July Book Tag
I had no idea what to post today. So, I created a book tag!!! Being it is the Fourth Of July, I tried to create the book tag around the holiday. I don’t know whether to be proud or terrified, bahaha! I’m not tagging anyone, but feel free to use it and link back to me! It is pretty straightforward. Except for one question, I utilized books I read (past two-three years) recently. This way, I’m not constantly repeating the same books. But still, I said one question breaks this rule, and it’s an obvious answer. Reviews are linked, where applicable. Here we go!
Book(s) To Grill
Basically, books that made you feel like…
…And caused saltiness
Most Recent… Windfall By Wendy Corsi Staub
A very unlikeable book… A Likeable Woman By May Cobb
Like Apple Pie, Books You Want A Second Helping Of
How could you not want a second helping of the wonderful cast and plot of Vera Wong’s Unsolicited Advice for Murderers?!
Books To Drink On A Hot Day
This is basically a refreshing book that went above and beyond its genre. And I’m going with a book I’ve been talking about non-stop since coming out of hiatus. Also, you will read in one sitting.
Books That Are Like Fourth Of July Fireworks
Basically, the opposite of Books to Grill.
How about two birds with one stone? Champion of Fate (which comes out in September) and All These Bodies by Kendare Blake.
I really wanted to include a thriller in this one, but I had a hard time choosing from my most recent reads. So I have two! First, Before She Finds Me by Heather Chavez.
Books To Read With Friends
This was easy, and thank God I had Becky to read it with! Because I just couldn’t, alone.
True story… the boy happened to come home from work while I was sobbing over one of the chapters in Cruel And Fated Light. He looked at me and said. Just tell me you are crying over a book. I’ll buy dinner and get some wine. I love him.
I was on hiatus when Becky and I read this, so here is her review.
We all have those drunk friends that don’t know what the hell they are doing, but they get obnoxious as fuck. Not funny drunk but WASTED and stupid. These books have no clue what they are doing with themselves.
Two for the price of one! The Quiet Tenant and Cutting Teeth
Books That Should Be A National Anthem
Ok, the last one is where I break my own rule. Because there are two books that are on this list. I haven’t officially reviewed any of them, but if you want some insight as to why I relate to Kaz Brekker? See these links:
There is a day 2, but I can’t pull it up for some reason. It is linked in the day three post.
Ok, that’s it! What did you think of my first created tag? And the answers? What would yours be? Would you do this tag?!