I was tagged by Ava @ Reads, Rhythms & Ruminations and Eileen @ Bookish Frenzy to do this and I couldn’t be more thrilled because, as you might have noticed, I do have a bit of a fondness for candy! And chocolate. And all things involved, really. So yeah, this is an absolute winner for me 😄
Thank you so much, girls! ❤ Please check out their blogs if you haven’t yet, they both have super awesome posts about anime, books and tons of other great stuff that I’m sure you’ll enjoy!
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Ah. Healthy food. It is deep, meaningful, and probably won a lot of awards but, um, it really isn’t your thing.
The Boy in The Striped Pajamas, 1984, Animal Farm, etc. Look, I get it. They’re classics and they all carry powerful messages that definitely need to get out there. But they were the most depressing **** I have ever read. So they are not for me.
WHY DO THESE EXIST?
I don’t have a specific one in mind. Usually any book that romanticizes racism, self-harm, abusive relationships, etc., is a no for me. Unless it was written centuries ago, authors have no excuse. There are some exceptions, of course.
Aww…this novel had the best romance.
Where to start?? I think I need to go with manga for this one: Dengeki Daisy, Full Metal Panic!, Kaichou Wa Maid-Sama, Akagami no Shirayukihime, and pretty much anything by Tanaka Meca/Motomi Kyousuke. My list is endless, though… I would probably need a whole post for this.
Eek! You made sure to check under your bed every night for a week after reading this scary one.
The closest I can think of is Poe‘s short stories, which I read during Halloween week. They weren’t exceptionally nerve-wrecking but they were definitely creepy as hell.
This took you forever to get through, but hey! You did it!
Man, this is a tough one. I’m going to have to say Martina Cole’s Goodnight Lady since it took me months to get through. I kept putting it down and picking it up… Also, it was a bit traumatizing?
Admit it, you loved this when you were younger (you probably still do). Think: children’s or MG fiction.
I guess I’ll have to go with Ava’s answer for this one. Malory Towers was such a big part of my childhood! Also, The Princess Diaries and, of course, Harry Potter.
- Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews
- Ryann the Reader
- Marta @ The Book Mermaid
- Jess @ Beaucoup Books
- Krysti @ YAandWine
- Reads & Reels
- The Royal Reader
- Stephanie @ TeacherofYA
- Cassiopeia’s Moon
- The Orang-utan Librarian
- Renz @ Reading with Renz
- Christen @ ReadbyChris
- TheBookwormGirls 123
- Irena @ Books and Hot Tea
In both Ava’s and Eileen’s posts there was a category named Milk Chocolate (This is a book you’d recommend to absolutely EVERYONE) but I didn’t find it in the creator’s tag so I left it out. It’s fine if you want to use it, though (it comes after Apples).
So that’s it, everyone! I hope you enjoy this tag if you decide to do it 🙂 For a cleaner template, I suggest you head over to the tag creator’s own post – Bookish Serendipity.
Thank you so much for reading and until next time!
What did you think of this tag? Any similar choices? ʕ •ᴥ• ʔ