Hello, everyone! Today I thought I’d take it back a few years to an old tag that I first saw on Ariel Bissett’s channel — click here to see it! The tag was originally created by FaultyDevices, so here’s her original video! Without any further ado, let’s get into the tag.
1. Twitter — Your favorite short book (under 200 pages)
Is it cheating to just say any volume of Saga? I love that series, and I can’t wait to see where it goes in the newest volume this October!
2. Facebook — A book that everyone pressured you to read
Definitely A Court of Thorns and Roses. I think I mostly started this series just so I could get to Mist and Fury. It had just come out, and everyone was dying over that sequel, so I jumped right into the first one!
3. Tumblr — A book you read before it was cool
Thankfully, I won a super early copy of this on a Goodreads giveaway. I’ve heard so many people talk about it, but I’m choosing it for this because I feel like a part of a special group that has had the chance to read it before it hits BIG next summer.
4. Myspace — A book you liked when you were younger but probably wouldn’t like now
The Twilight series brings back so many early high school memories. I’m not ashamed to admit that I was obsessed with this series. Was it good? Not really. Was it well written? Hell no. Was it entertaining? Immensely. I doubt it would be near as enjoyable to read this series again now, though.
5. Instagram — A book with a beautiful cover
Currently, I’m fangirling over these gorgeous covers. I can’t wait to get my hands on all of them!
6. YouTube — A book you wish would be made into a movie/TV show
With the recent success of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before on Netflix (my bookstore is selling out of those bad boys quickly), I’d love for them to pick up the Ember series! I think it’d translate super well to a movie or TV show, and Netflix has been killing it lately with their adaptations.
7. Goodreads — A book that you would recommend to anyone and everyone
It wouldn’t be a traditional Katie blog post without mentioning these two beauties. I’ve fallen madly in love with Laini Taylor’s writing and Holly Black’s storytelling, so I can’t recommend these two enough.
Until next time,
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