For this St. Patrick’s Day post we were tagged by the lovely icebreaker694 to do the My Life in Books Tag, which came at the perfect time as it has been a rough week back from spring break and our creative juices haven’t quite gotten flowing yet in terms of blog post ideas. So thank you icebreaker694 for tagging us, we really needed it (haha!) and please check out her lovely blog because she covers some awesome stuff!
A book for each initial…
T – Truthwitch by Susan Dennard
W – We Are Okay by Nina LaCour
I – It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini
N – Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
R – Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo
E – Ever the Hunted by Erin Summerill
A – Avatar: the Last Airbender (The Search #3) by Gene Luen Yang
D – Demeter by Becky Cloonan
S – Seconds by Bryan Lee O’Malley
Age- Count along your bookshelf…
21 books over and you get… Dreams of Gods & Monsters by Laini Taylor
Book that represents a destination you want to travel to?
If this includes travel to different worlds, then Harry Potter. Always Harry Potter.
Since it is St. Patrick’s Day, and it is Meg’s favorite color, we chose green, which really makes us think of The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson.
Fondest memory of?
One of our fondest memories of reading was when we read The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. This was the first book we read in the YA genre and it is what kick-started our love of reading in that genre. Not to mention we liked it so much we literally read it 3 times in a row. Not once. Not twice, but THREE times. Absolutely nutty, but we loved it.
Most difficulty reading?
Neither of us have really ever had difficulty reading something. Unless you count it taking forever to
finish something just because you don’t like it and are slogging through it. However, we both had a very strange experience reading Incarceron by Catherine Fisher. We both remember the book not feeling very grounded. Sometimes we didn’t understand what was going on physically. It was hard to distinguish what the characters were doing or seeing. Very odd, but it’s also been a long time since we read it. It would be interesting to go back to it and see if we feel the same way about it.
Which book in your TBR pile will you get the biggest sense of accomplishment from?
We would be happy to be able to finish any of the series that we have started but never gotten around to finishing. This could be anything from The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin to Fallen by Lauren Kate. Also, The Stand by Stephen King, that thing is monstrous.
Well there you have it! That is our life in books! We hope you guys found this interesting. It was certainly one of the more fun tags we have done. We would love to see any of you guys take a crack at this, it would be interesting to see your answers and how they compare to ours! We are going to tag some of our newest followers The Whimsy Kitty, Amber at onlytruemagic and Riana at Fictional Worlds & Me!