Tag Tuesday: Life in Books

Haven’t done a tag in awhile!

Find A Book for Each of Your Initials

L – The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager

G – Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

M – Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

I haven’t read Malibu Rising yet, but I guarantee it will be a favorite.

Which Book Did You Have the Most Difficulty Reading?

Having to read The Canterbury Tales in High School and then again in college was painful. I never actually finished it. My Old English course in college was one of the hardest classes to get through. Barely passed.

Count Your Age Along Your Bookshelf – What Book Is It?

Since I STILL don’t have my bookshelves set up (curse you, Ikea!), I went to my Goodreads and counted to my age and came out with my favorite classic!

Name A Book Set in Your City/Country

Okay, so either the U.S. or Los Angeles—there’s only a million books that take place in both places! How about my new city: Portland, Oregon!

Name A Book That Represents a Destination You’d Love to Travel To

Basically anywhere in Europe? Jenna Evans Welch’s books always have me swooning to travel and eat good food.

Name Your Favorite Childhood Book

People may take this question in a different direction, but these were my favorite books when I was really little. We would read my dad’s childhood edition of Go, Dog. Go! every night doing different voices. I still have my copies packed away and I’m never giving them up.

Which Book Do You Have the Fondest Memories Of?

I had so much fun with my friends during the Twilight days—the books and the movies. Same with Harry Potter series. I loved bonding with friends over ships, characters, quotes, waiting in line at movie premieres and book launches. Granted, I may have taken my obsessions to another level…I did got to Forks, WA.

Name A Book That’s Your Favorite Color

While burgundy/maroon will always be my favorite colors, I’ve been having a real purple moment. Loving a dark plum, but I’ve seen a bunch of newer books rocking the lilac aesthetic:

Which Book in Your TBR Pile Will Give You the Biggest Accomplishment When You Finish It?

At 720 pages, A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara, is extremely intimidating and I’m scared to even start it. I also think whenever I finish a classic to be an accomplishment. I want to read so many classics, but they take me longer to get through so I put them off.

Found this tag over at Books Are 42

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