I have two book tags to catch up on that have been waiting in the wing for a while now. Ready?
The first is from @SinkintotheInk on Instagram, the Bookish Musical Genre Tag.
Classical (favorite book):
I don’t do favorites, haha. I have way too many that are dear to my heart.
Pop (overhyped book):
Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater. I saw it a lot on #bookstagram, but I didn’t think it was as good as the hype made it out to be. The cover is gorgeous, but that’s about it.
Rock (underrated book you love):
I don’t really think it’s underrated, but it’s not as popular among peers in my age group. The Rolling Stone Interviews is soooo beloved in my house. It’s a gem in my collection of music-related books, and I think more young fans of rock and classic rock should read it!
Heavy Metal (brutal book):
She’s Come Undone by Wally Lamb. Lamb basically uses the reader’s heart as a punching bag.
EDM (a fast paced book):
I blew through Divergent. There’s so much action!
R&B (a slow but lovable book):
Every Last Cuckoo. It’s slow to start, but picks up towards the end, and the characters are so endearing.
Disco (book with a flashy cover):
The Sun Is Also a Star. I have no idea what this book is about, but that cover is so pretty!
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Reggae (summer read):
Stiltsville. It’s a little heavier than summer fluff, but it’s still a good summer read.
Doo-Wop (romantic read)
The Time Traveller’s Wife. It’s such a fantastic love story- not too mushy, but absolutely romantic!
The second is a quick questionnaire from @BooksofThunder on Instagram, the Beauty and the Beast Tag.
Belle (a book you bought for its cover, but was equally beautiful on the inside):
I don’t really buy books for the cover, and the ones that I have weren’t that great, haha.
Beast (a book that pleasantly surprised you):
Spoonbenders! I didn’t think I would like it when I started reading, but by the end I was hooked!
Gaston (a book that everyone loves but you don’t):
I won’t say that I dislike them, but I really have no interest in reading the Sarah J Maas books. This isn’t to say that I wouldn’t read them, but I’m just not a huge fantasy fan.
Something There (a book series that picked up at the end):
I think the Twilight series got more interesting the farther in the series you go.
Be Our Guest (a book character you’d want over for dinner):
I think it would be immensely fun if I could have dinner with the Weasley twins!
Categories: Book Tags