I saw Charlene do this meme, and thought that looks fun. I always find “would you rather” questions fun to contemplate, and here, we have a bookish one. I gotta do this!
- Would you rather read only trilogies or standalones?
Standalones ftw! I am terrible at reading trilogies (or series) because there are so many to keep up with. You have to wait for the next one to come out, and it’s always a bother. Standalones are way easier to read and reread because it’s just one book. There’s so much writers can pack in a book, and there’s no need to wait.
Do certain books ever remind you of certain bloggers? Share four or more books and explain why they remind you of certain bloggers. (It’s likely that you’ll keep thinking of bloggers once you start thinking about this.) Feel free to share your post on Twitter with #BBBTag. — Kaitlin @ Reading is My Treasure
I saw a few people doing this tag, and I thought what a fun idea! I decided to partake it, and oh boy, maybe I made a mistake? It was honestly difficult trying to figure out what books I associate with other bloggers because I tend to associate pop culture things like Marvel + Disney or general things like their favorite authors or what they like talking about a lot with them. Despite the difficult task, I managed to find books that make me think of certain bloggers.
Let’s see which bloggers I picked to do an association and what books I picked.
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Nothing says “Charlotte” than lighthearted craziness and historical sleuthing, right? Charlotte’s a bit hard to pin down—only because I always associate her with Mulan and Captain America. Luckily, I remember Charlotte singing praises for Life By Committee and Prisoner of Night and Fog, and since then, I always think of her when I see them. Crazy Rich Asians is a recent addition to “books that Charlotte’s obsessed with and wouldn’t stop talking about.” How can you blame her when you have crazy rich asians being ridiculous with their juicy scandals.
Whoa, there, Cee, a bookish tag meme? You don’t do those! Correct, I don’t, but I cannot resist fun book cover ones!
- Find books that fit each cover theme category. (You can use any books, but like Rosie, I decided to use the books I physically own because searching through my bookshelf is fun!)
- Tag people you want to do the tag. (Though, they don’t have to do it if they don’t want to.)
- Link back to Novel Ink.
- Have fun!
When I was searching for books, I realized that I don’t really own a lot of books with these themes, and I was surprised. You would think I’d have more than two couples kissing book cover or a heart one, but I only had one or two. The themes I had a lot of book covers: weapon, moon, water, and flowers. Go figure.