Hello everyone! Happy February! I hope you’re all fine, and if you’re not, remember as usual that Divi, is always there for you <3
I was tagged for a book tag by @ Shivakshiiifyblogs the last week, and I must say, I was never this hyped for a tag this much. This is so fun to do. She herself is the creator of this tag, show her some love!
(Please note other bloggers that I no longer do award tags, but I still do book tags. All the bloggers who’ve tagged me for awards recently, I’m so happy for your consideration, thank you for your nomination!)
Shall we get into the tag then?
Points to remember :
- Link back to the ORIGINAL CREATOR-@Shivakshiiifyblogs.
- Show gratitude to the person who tagged you.
- Mention these points in your post.
- Answer the following questions and use the original graphics and featured image.
- Use the tag “Book Tag|LAST, NOW, NEXT|” in your post.
- Tag as many bloggers as you want.
- Have fun!
The last book I read was One of us is lying. It is a murder-mystery novel that revolves around 4 teenagers who are supposed suspects for killing a guy at their own school.
Yes! It did! First of all, Riddhi from @Whispering stories (Thank you for the rec-) hyped me up about it. I did like this book very much and I’m excited to hop onto the next one!
Ummm, hard to recommend. Look, this book has everything in it, but at some points, I really felt like I’d read this or seen this book in a movie or something. It seemed to me like any other YA novel. Not a stand-out, but, it was a memorable read for me, so go ahead and try it if you think murder-mysteries cum high-school tropes are your thing.
I’m was thinking of going on a book reading break because I have a lot of things on my to-do list and my exams are coming up. Nevertheless, I’m betting for an easy standalone book. They both die in the end, by Adam Silvera. I read the synopsis, and I’m so impressed.
As I said, I read the synopsis and I fell for it.
This one is a bit long, judging by my messed up schedule, it’ll be a long read for me:(
I’ll try to stick with Young Adult fiction, but historical fiction is on the list. YA is easy to read, because they’re all characters I can relate to in some way. Historical fiction because I’ve been so fascinated with history lately and if there’s any books adding a spinoff to that, that’ll be amazing for sure. Talk about a world war era melodrama or medieval Indian love story. It’s so cliched but so good to read.
As much I miss the characters of a book and say “It’s over already?!”, I prefer short reads because I don’t like holding onto a book for too long. I HAVE MORE STORIES TO READ.
I already mentioned about my top 10 tbr in this post, check it out!
As always, I’m leaving this an open nomination for anyone who’s interested in this tag! No pressure!
Also, before you leave, do not forget to fill out the form for my new blog series and make your opinion count!
Not-so-daintily loving you,