Miscellaneous: Awards/Tags is the tagline to store random posts that don’t really belong elsewhere. They may involve tags, awards, challenges, and other book blogging nonsense.
The Pixar Book Tag
I don’t remember watching some of the older Pixar movies but alas I will still do this tag.
Thanks to Charley @ Books and Bakes for tagging me!
Toy Story — A book where you wanted the characters to come to life
Easy. The Knife of Never Letting Go (Patrick Ness) for… *rolls into fetal position and crys uncontrollably*
A Bugs Life— A character who goes through a transformation
Mainly because I just finished The Great American Whatever (Tim Federle), Quinn Roberts — who goes from a struggling almost to something he can be okay with.
Monsters Inc. — A strong/scary character develops a soft side for someone else
Finding Nemo — “P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney” A book that has an address or quote that’s burned into your memory forever
It’s probably something nerdy from Socrates or Aristotle if I’m being honest.
The Incredibles — Coolest Book Family
THE DREGS ARE A FAMILY (Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo). I WILL FIGHT YOU.
Cars 1, 2, 3 — A book that keeps getting sequels you feel are not needed
Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard. Of course, after reading RQ, there -has- to be a sequel that’s for sure. But I’m not sure Glass Sword is the sequel that was needed. It’s kinda like how The Infinite Sea (Rick Yancey) didn’t really do anything [for me] in terms of plotting for The 5th Wave franchise.
Ratatouille — A book featuring a non-human/humanoid
I think this prompt is looking for a protagonist that’s non-human and I cannot think of one that I’ve read. A book I want to read that has this is The Mechanical (Ian Tregillis).
Wall-E — A book that made you lonely
WHY ARE THESE PROMPTS SUCH A DEBBIE DOWNER?
…Half a King (Joe Abercrombie)? Ugh, I don’t know.
Up — A book whose characters quickly made you become emotionally invested in
Christopher Rowe of The Blackthorn Key (Kevin Sands). I shed a tear, damnit.
Brave — Name a book with a strong mother/daughter relationship
Instead of mother/daughter, I’m going to go with an adoptive side in A.J. Fikry and Maya from The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry (Gabrielle Zevin)
Inside Out — Name a book that could be one of your core memories
The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins). It got me reading (again).
Alice @ Arctic Books
Amy @ Book Enthral
Anna @ My Bookish Dream
Ashley @ Socially Awkward Bookworm
Cristina @ My Tiny Obsessions
Erika @ Erika in Bookventureland
Isabella @ Gryffindor Books
Jasmine @ Jasmine Pearl Reads
Jesse Nicholas @ Books At Dawn
Josie @ Josie’s Book Corner
Kelly @ Stellar Scrutiny Book Blog
Kevin @ Bookevin
Liam @ Liam’s Library
Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane Books
Nick @ The Paper Dragon
Ryan @ Bookish Confessions
RJ @ Heir of Ravenclaw
Summer @ Xing Sings
Shealea @ That Bookshelf Bitch
Valerie @ I Book Blog 2
…and you if you would like to do it!