Are you ready for 2020? I sure am. Bye, 2019! It’s been a mixed bag of a year!
An original book tag to ring in the new year with our love of books and the bookish community!
Original tag made by: Leelynn @ Sometimes Leelynn Reads.
Don’t forget the rules:
- Link back to the tag’s creator.
- Thank and link back to the person that tagged you. (no one)
- Feel free to use the pre-made graphics or create your own. Credit is appreciated if you do.
- Answer the questions as best as you can. No answer is incorrect!
- Tag some people to do this tag. No minimum or limit.
- Spread the love and have a happy 2020!
Good as Hell
More. People. Need. To. Read. This. Book. It’s so good, y’all! It’s pretty chunky but it’s so worth the read. If you like character-driven stories that tackle serious topics and also highlight the healing power of travel, this is the book for you. It made me laugh, cry and gasp. Tess is a remarkable protagonist and Hartman is an excellent story teller.
Green Light Go
This was one of the best books I read in 2019 (but didn’t quite break my top 10 list) and the green cover is so gorgeous!
*asexual brain not computing*
So I’ve decided to go with characters that I found pretty attractive and that would be both Camilla and Remy from The Belles. I mean, Camilla was designed to be beautiful but I still count her, and Remy’s grumpy personality made him endearing.
Best moment of 2019
I….can barely remember what happened last week. So I can’t quite recall what was the best moment but I’ve had a few great moments, like traveling to a cottage with friends for the first time in awhile and getting to do some exciting projects at work.
Sin Querer Queriendo
Silly MC (or side character)
I didn’t like this graphic novel and part of that was because I found the protagonist to be really ridiculous, naive and annoying. The art is gorgeous, though.
New book friends
This year, I’ve interacted with some awesome bookish people over this platform, and they’ve been tagged below!
Kill this love
First book in 2020
I finished Crooked Kingdom on the morning of January 1, 2020 so I would definitely say it’s the first book of the year. A full review will come but I’m kind of wishy-washy on this book (and the duology in general) because I love all of the characters except for Kaz, and he’s a, if not the, major player in the story so I gave the book a 3.5/5 (round up to 4) stars based solely on the plot and the other characters.
Decided to tag the wonderfully bookish folks I’ve had the pleasure of interacting with in 2019. Here’s to another great year of chatting with more!
- Laura @ The Corner of Laura
- Sha and Many @ The Book Princess Reviews
- Jenna @ Bookmark Your Thoughts
- Jordyn @ Booked Solid
- Nadine @ NadsBookNook
- Beth @ Before You Go