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.
Friends Book Tag
I thought this tag to be quite fitting to Valentine’s Day because friendship is a close friend to romance and love.
The One Where Eddie Won’t Go – a character I wish would just go away:
This choice would mean there’d be no book (maybe) but I have to say it: Mare Barrow (Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard). One of those characters you’d be better off not knowing…for multiple reasons you’ll discover upon reading Glass Sword.
The One Where Ross and Rachel Take A Break – favorite break up scene:
This might be a really bad choice because you’re actively (and perhaps rightfully) cheering for the breakup to happen but The Girl Who Fell by Shannon Parker. Abusive relationships nononononononono.
The One With All The Kissing – a book with lots of kissing:
I don’t even remember their names but the people in Colleen Hoover’s Hopeless. I remind you that I’m at 40…60? percent but have since dropped it as it is incredibly plotless that I don’t have the care to read it. Literally jogging then kissing then angty drama then more running and kissing…
The Last One – favorite series finale:
I don’t think I have an answer worthy of this title.
The One With a Blackout – a scene I’d like to forget:
Any death scene. Like fo reals.
The One Where Chandler Can’t Cry – a book that did not make you as emotional as others:
A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. I know people truly saddened by the story, and while I completely understand the creative intent and can sympathize, I felt distanced to the happenings.
The One Where Joey Doesn’t Share Food – a book you won’t ever lend:
Is this a backhanded comment or what? I’m always willing to lend 97% of my books out. I currently have 8 ARCs/Finished copies lent out I think?
The One With the Thumb – a recent read that you would give two thumbs up to:
The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner. Everything you’ve heard about this is true.
The One With the Ick Factor – a book with a pet peeve:
When non-protagonists aren’t given a voice to have backbone and reason for their actions. Instead, they’re forced to meddle with the protagonists every demand. Those books grate on my nerves not because the protagonist is (or isn’t) selfish but because everyone ought to have their own ambitions. I feel like every book has some of these antics so…
The One With The Lesbian Wedding – favorite LGBTQ book couple:
A Gathering of Shadows by Victoria Schwab. Yup, I’m doing that thing called hype sooooo.
Anna @ My Bookish Dream
Aria @ Aria Stuck in Wonderland
Ava @ Bookishness and Tea
Caroline @ A Novel Romance
Claire @ Blank Slaters
Cristina @ My Tiny Obsessions
Geraldine @ Corralling Books
Isabella @ Gryffindor Books
Jasmine @ Jasmine Pearl Reads
Josie @ Josie’s Book Corner
Kaavya @ Outlook On a Book
Katy @ Wilde On My Side
Kelly @ Stellar Scrutiny Book Blog
Liam @ Liam’s Library
Melanie @ Books Are My Children
Nick @ The Paper Dragon
Ryan @ Bookish Confessions
Summer @ Xing Sings
Shealea @ That Bookshelf Bitch
Zaheerah @ Zaheerah Khalik: Reading and Reviews
…and you! (Tagging everyone is difficult.)
I’ve only seen sporadic episodes of Friends when I was younger and my most vivid memory of the show is whenever Phoebe sings…
This post is Day 6 of of my week long 2016 Valentines Week!
Day 1: “Books, Be Mine: Valentines Day Event Introduction”
Day 2: Top Ten Tuesday – “Inseparable Fictional Pairs”
Day 3: “Why Your Book Boyfriend is a Cheater”
Day 4: “Relishing The Single Life in a Couple’s World”
Day 5: “How Media Has Influenced My Direction of Writing Romance”