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The Selena Gomez Book Tag

This sounds like such a lovely book tag to do, the prompts are really interesting, in my opinion! Thank you to Etta (chonkybooksreview) for the tag.


The Rules:

  • Thank the person who tagged you and leave a link to their blog.
  • Mention the creator of the tag: Nehal @ Books and Words
  • Answer the prompts.
  • Tag at least 5 people.
  • Just have fun!

Love You Like a Love Song: A romance novel that is cliché but you still love it

I immediately thought of The Alice Equation by Davina Stone! At times, this story could be quite cliché or unbelievable, but nevertheless I loved it so so much!


Rare: A book with a female protagonist unlike any other

I didn’t really have an idea for this one, but I guess I’ll go for Tris in the Divergent series!


Look at her now: A character who suffered a lot (physically/mentally) but eventually recovered and is now at the better end of life

I’d say Auburn from Confess by Colleen Hoover! I guess we could say that she really had to suffer throughout the book, but eventually it got better!


Wolves: A book that got you out of a reading slump

In July 2020 I suffered from a huge reading slump! After being so tired of having said reading slump, I decided to blindly dive into this ARC I still had on my TBR: This Time Next Year by Sophie Cousens. Eventually, I flew through it and I ended up really loving this book. It got me out of my reading slump and I read 15 books in August 2020!


It ain’t me: A character you used to like but not anymore

I can’t seem to think of any character on this immediate moment, help. I’m sorry!


Feel me: A character you can’t bear to see with anyone else but you

Not to be dramatic, but I would kill to have Dominic from The Ex Talk in my life. Rachel Lynn Solomon really did a great job in writing down an amazing character in Dominic (and Shay)!


Same Old Love: A book with an unoriginal and unrealistic romance

I might go for the romance in If I Stay? I don’t remember a lot about reading this book, but if I reread the synopsis of it, I have some question marks in my head. Maybe I should reread this one this year to see what my opinion on it is now?


The heart wants what it wants: A book you regret finishing because you miss reading it a lot

Definitely The Midnight Library. I’m sad that I can never have the magical experience again of reading this one for the first time. I was truly mesmerized by this beautiful book.


Back to you: A book you read again and again even though you have other books on your TBR pile

There’s actually not a lot of books I reread, to be honest. One of the books I’ve reread the most is a Dutch book called Als ik stil ben heb ik een bos in mijn hoofd by Siel Verhanneman.


Hit the Lights: A book that just made you forget everything else

The Ex Talk was such a quick and fun read for me that it really did make me forget everything else. All I could think about was turning the pages and reading the next parts, because I loved it so much!


Tell me something I don’t know: A book people keep recommending you which you already have in it in your TBR pile

Alissa and Manon are probably disappointed that I still haven’t read part 2 in the A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder series, oops. It’s not that I don’t want to, it’s just that I’m so bad at reading series. Like… really bad.


I can’t get enough: A series/world you just want more and more of

Although I still haven’t read the third book in the Firebird series, this story really (literally) takes me away to another world. Reading these books really feels magical to me.


I Tag:

  1. Alissa @ Alissasbooktopia

2. Angele @ A Dominique Reads

3. Lotte @ Lotte Lauv

4. April Lee @ Booked Till Midnight

5. Priyasha @ Books and Co

Even if you’re not tagged, consider yourself tagged if you’d like to try this tag! Thank you again Etta for tagging me.

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