90s Movie Book Tag

Hello Everyone! Today, I have this awesome tag to share with you. My dear friend Kathryn over at nosestuckinabookblog posted the 90’s Movie Book Tag last year. I had it saved on my draft for the longest time and finally decided to finish it!

Don’t forget to check out Kat’s amazing blog, show her some love, and give her a follow!


shesallthat

She’s All That

Name a book couple that is an odd pairing but they still fit perfectly

Sally Weber and Zander from the Starstruck series by S.E. Anderson. They’re so odd and quirky, but oh so perfect for each other. I really hope in the later novels they will finally admit how they feel about each other.


10thingsihateaboutyou

10 Things I Hate About You

A book/series that you have a love hate relationship with

The Selection Series by Kiera Cass. There were so many parts that frustrated and made me want to throw the book at someone (Ahem* America), but overall, I think I loved it more than hate.


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Clueless

A character that is totally clueless but you love them anyway

I honestly cannot think of any at the moment. I’m totally clueless!!


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Titanic

Name a book that made you cry

I cry VERY easily. I can be watching puppies running and playing around and get all teary eyed. That’s just me. Here are some books that made me ugly cry – The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks, A Messy, Beautiful Life by Sara Jade Alan, A Short History of the Girl Next Door by Jared Reck, A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks and Hopeless by Colleen Hoover.


americanpie

American Pie

A book that makes you laugh
The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer is actually pretty funny. Iko and Thorne made me laugh so much. There were definitely some serious parts, but I loved how the storyline also had plenty of humor.


canthardlywait

Can’t Hardly Wait

A book with a crazy party

Coming up blank with this one. I can’t think of one that had a crazy party, but A Kiss in the Dark by Gina Ciocca had a social event with a lot of slushies, snow cones, and drinking.


cruelintentions

Cruel Intentions

Name a character you can never fully trust

Dax, Halen’s Guardian, from The Siren Chronicles by Tiffany Duane. He’s supposed to be protecting her, but his motives didn’t seem innocent. There was always something off about him that I didn’t trust.


drivemecrazy

Drive Me Crazy

Name your favorite “boy next door” or “girl next door” couple

The first couple I can think of is Ben Collins and Macy Atwood from A Kiss in the Dark by Gina Ciocca since I just finished reading that book. They’re so cute too!


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Scream

A book with a memorable villain

The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer. Queen Levana is so evil, heartless and creepy. Whenever I think of a book villain, she’s the first one that always pop up.


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The Craft

Name a book with witches

The last two books I read with witches was Deadly Sweet by Lola Dodge  and Hinder by Kristin Ping.  You can read my review for those books by clicking the titles.


I hope you enjoyed reading my replies!

Tagging boundtowritingthelifeofkristyndesrandomthoughtsmelovebooks, hammockofbooks,  bookgraphy65,  mervreads,  auroralibrialisthebookcovergirlsjasminesreading, and everyone else who wants to participate! Don’t forget to leave the links to your post so I can check it out. Have fun!!!

sincerelykarenjo2

“I Dare You” Book Tag

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I know it’s been months since Michelle from Firstbooklove tagged for this, but better late than never. Oh and don’t forget to check out her wonderful blog and show her some love! She’s definitely one of my fave book bloggers.  

RULES:

  • You must be honest
  • You must answer all of the questions
  • You must tag at least 4 people

1 – WHAT BOOK HAS BEEN ON YOUR SHELF THE LONGEST?

Not counting the books I was required to read for school, I would say it’s The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. It would have been one of the Chicken Soup books for teens, but I gave those away already. After that, probably my copy of the Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot book 1 and 2, but I gave those away too because they kind of smelled funky and looked all worn out from being in storage. I do intend on buying the books again, reread them, and finally finish the series. 

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2 – WHAT IS YOUR CURRENT READ, YOUR LAST READ, AND THE BOOK YOU’LL READ NEXT?

Been going through a rather stressful and upsetting several days at work, so I am still reading Pen and Xander by Laekan Zea Kemp (I’m ALMOST  done though — maybe another 20 mins). I stopped reading The Key of Everything by Paula Stokes because I really want to enjoy that story and at the moment my mind is just not into it. I honestly don’t know what book I’ll be reading next, but I have a few blog tours lined up so it would definitely be one of those books. My last read was a novella, Collide by Nicole Sobon. It took me about an hour or so to finish and I enjoyed it. 

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3 – WHAT BOOK DID EVERYONE LIKE, BUT YOU HATED?

I rarely ever hate a book, but the last one I remember not really liking was A Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller. Not sure if everyone likes it, but I definitely saw plenty of people who does. 

4 – WHAT BOOK DO YOU KEEP TELLING YOURSELF YOU’LL READ, BUT YOU PROBABLY WON’T?

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. I have the book and I really wanted to read it before the movie came out…but I just don’t want to read a sad book right now. I actually do like it when books give me all the FEELS and make me cry… but this one just seems too depressing for me. 

5 – WHAT BOOK ARE YOU SAVING FOR YOUR RETIREMENT?

I guess whatever I have left on my TBR. Knowing myself, I’ll still have hundreds left to read. 

6 – LAST PAGE – READ IT FIRST OR WAIT TIL’ THE END?

I’ve never understood why anyone would read the very last page. I’m sure it still doesn’t give away much, but I love being able to experience the story not knowing how it’ll end.

7 – ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: WASTE OF PAPER AND INK, OR INTERESTING ASIDE?

I don’t read it all the time, but I think it’s definitely interesting. I also think it’s awesome that authors thank their readers, reviewers, and bloggers. 

8 – WHICH BOOK CHARACTER WOULD YOU SWITCH PLACES WITH?

Pretty much every single kick ass lead. It also depends on my mood — right now I’d do anything to trade places with Hermione.

9 – DO YOU HAVE A BOOK THAT REMINDS YOU OF SOMETHING SPECIFIC IN YOUR LIFE? (PLACE, TIME, PERSON?)

Dear John by Nicholas Sparks reminds me of an ex-boyfriend. 

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10 – NAME A BOOK THAT YOU ACQUIRED IN AN INTERESTING WAY

I got nothing… I don’t think I’ve had a book acquired in an interesting way. I usually buy my books, get them from giveaways or authors, or from book festivals. 

11 – HAVE YOU EVER GIVEN A BOOK AWAY FOR A SPECIAL REASON TO A SPECIAL PERSON?

I let an ex-boyfriend borrow and hold on to my copy of A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks. I guess in some way I gave it to him…but I really wanted it back when we broke up. 

12 – WHICH BOOK HAS BEEN WITH YOU MOST PLACES?

I don’t really bring my books to different places because I’m always afraid I’d damage or lose it. If I really love a book, I would just buy an ebook version, so I can always read it whenever. But before ebooks, I definitely brought The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks with me whenever I moved. 

13 – ANY “REQUIRED READING” YOU HATED IN HIGH SCHOOL THAT WASN’T SO BAD TWO YEARS LATER?

I’ve never reread anything I read in high school. I have a few faves and I didn’t necessarily hate any books… so I’m just going to go with The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn because I was so bored with that book. That being said, I think I just didn’t give it a chance back then. Maybe if I reread it 2 years later I would have enjoyed it a bit more.

14 – USED OR BRAND NEW?

Love brand new books. But if I can get used books at a cheaper price and the books are in good condition, I’m totally fine with that.

15 – HAVE YOU EVER READ A DAN BROWN BOOK?

Nope… and I don’t think I ever will. 

16 – HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A MOVIE THAT YOU LIKED MORE THAN THE BOOK?

I don’t think so. I LOVE the HP movies, but I haven’t finished the series yet. 

17 – HAVE YOU EVER READ A BOOK THAT’S MADE YOU HUNGRY, COOKBOOKS INCLUDED?

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han and Wait for You by JLA. I love cakes and cookies and sweets… Pretty much any dessert. 

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18 – WHO IS THE PERSON WHOS BOOK ADVICE YOU’LL ALWAYS TAKE?

I’d go with the same answer as Michelle and say ME! I’m absolutely open to other people’s advice and recommendations, but I definitely know what I love to read.

19 – IS THERE A BOOK OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE (OUTSIDE OF YOUR USUAL READING GENRE) THAT YOU ENDED UP LOVING?

I’ve never been fond of thrillers or mysteries, but after reading Vicarious by Paula Stokes, I’m more open minded about them. 

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I TAG THESE LOVELIES! 

hammockofbooks

writingwolves

boundtowriting

mariannascorner

imacoffeeholicbookworm

inloveandwords

desrandomthoughts

nosestuckinabookblog

nerdnarrationblog

thebookdutchesses

beckiebookworm

cantstopwontstopbooks

lilbooklovers


Also tagging everyone else who wants to do this! Don’t forget to leave your links in the comment so I can check out your posts. Can’t wait to read all your answers!

sincerelykarenjo2