Whenever I’m in need of a new tag to do on the blog because I’m not sure what I want to post, all I have to do is look at Siobhan’s blog @ Novelties because their blog is full of amazing bookish content. Don’t forget to check it out.
Now…. let’s get started with this tag. I don’t think I’m a very productive person but I guess I can still do the tag 😉
- Answer the prompts.
- Tag some friends.
- Link back to this post, and be sure to mention the creator (Sam @ Fictionally Sam)
- Have fun!
Planning | A Book That Is Completely Thought Out
Among my recent reads, Three Parts Dead felt meticulously thought out, with every little thing coming together at the end to make for an epic ending.
Focus | A Book That Kept Your Undivided Attention
Blowout maybe a non fiction book but it completely had my attention all through, with it’s intense subject matter and absolutely riveting narration by Rachel.
Delegating | A Book That Should Have Been a Series
As far as I know, Sorcery of Thorns is still a standalone but I would totally jump with excitement if it ever gets a sequel. I totally fell in love with the setting and the characters, and I would love to read more about them.
Small Goals | Name a Book Below 150-Pages That You Loved
The Test was just around 100 pages but the amount of punch it packed is extremely powerful. It shows the side of humanity when you are subjected to extreme circumstances, and it’s such a shocking read. Complete mindfuck is probably the right word for it.
Peak Hours | A Book/Series You Can Only Read at a Certain Time
These days, I find that the only time I enjoy HP is during the winter/holiday season. It somehow pleases me to curl up with one of these books and a cup of hot chocolate.
Lists | A Book That You Finally Crossed Off Your TBR
I have been waiting to read this book for almost an year now and I’m finally done.
Proactive | A Book That Is/Was Ahead of Its Times
I know that The Palace of Illusions is pretty popular and recently got a 10th anniversary special edition release too…. But I have a feeling that it would have been much more popular and extensively read if it was a new release this year. I think we have a much more open minded audience now, ready to explore different versions of our beloved epic.
Declutter | A Series You Wish You Could Unread
So, I’m going to go about this answer at a different angle. I wish I could unread the Six of Crows duology because I want to experience that feeling of reading it for the first time again.
Multitasking | Books That You Read at the Same Time
I used to try to read multiple books at the same a couple of years ago, but I quickly realized that isn’t me. These days my daily routine is to read during the day, but re-listen to old favorites while trying to sleep.