So it’s been a few weeks since Lover was released and I’ve been listening to it nonstop since then, so what better tag to do than the Lover tag?!?! This tag was created by Mari at Musings of a (Book) Girl, one of my favorite blogs and a fellow hardcore Swiftie Booknerd! You can find her original post, which features the images and rules used below!
- Know somebody who loves Taylor? Tag them! If you don’t know of anybody though, that’s okay too, you should still do the tag!
- There is a prompt for each song but don’t feel pressured to do them all!
- Link back to this post so Mari will get a notification that you did it and can come see your answers! Also because crediting creators is nice.
- Feel free to use any of the graphics or make your own if you want!
Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko is the absolute WORST book I have ever read in my life. It’s all over the place, boring as all hell, and contains so much unnecessary content. You can read my full rant review here.
Juliette from Shatter Me has been through so much shit, especially what we find out in the second trilogy. How that girl is functioning I have no clue, I would be a permanent ball of emotional pain on the floor.
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you probably already know Imma dedicate Lover to the supreme OTP Maxamerica from The Selection series! They give me all the feels and kicked off my love for my royal romance in YA.
I know I’ve read many a book with feminist themes but I’m struggling to think of my favorite example at the moment.
Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella. The main character struggles with anxiety and panic attacks, and it was a really comforting book for me with the anxiety aspect as I also struggle with anxiety.
I honesty don’t read many boy next door books! I’m not a fan of tropes like this that get overused and predictable to read.
Broken Throne by Victoria Aveyard, she throws in a bit of political undertones into the book via histories of the past in the book’s universe. Right now is the past in the books, and she talks about how fictional choices made about climate change, etc. affected the world.
Maxamerica from The Selection. I can’t help but read about these two and swoon because they’re so good together and the ultimate books OTP for me!
Too Late by Colleen Hoover is a very emotional book and one I don’t think I’ll ever finish. The book includes some graphic scenes and some depict domestic violence, which I just can’t get through without feeling super uncomfortable and sad.
The Selection has made the biggest impact on me out of all the books I’ve read. It gave me my OTP, my love for royal romance, connections with fellow readers, and incredible times reading the series it started!
Is the Night Court technically another country? If so, I think I’d pick A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas. The Night court seems luxurious, beautiful, and full of life!
I don’t tend to read books with huge losses because I find that it’s a super overused and predictable trope, just like the boy next door one. It’s hard to read about something when you’ve seen it the exact same way so often.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. I HATE classics with a passion but for some reason, I really liked this one and liked the recent movie as well!
I honestly don’t read too many queer books so I don’t have one to put here. I’m hoping to divesify my reads with this genre possibly starting with Red, White, and Royal Blue since I really love the royal romance trope in YA!
Maven from the Red Queen series by Victoria Aveyard. It’s so easy to get sucked into his charm, especially in the first book. I wanted him with Mare and really enjoyed him until *the big twist* but still found myself getting sucked in afterwards.
The Selection by Kiera Cass (if you couldn’t tell already lol)! I’ve never loved a book or concept as much as I did this book and the concept of the Selection. The main ship is one of my favorites and they just add to the awesomeness of this one. 🙂
This feels a little weird for me to say because I didn’t start to warm up to this series until recently and I still have some reservations about it, but I’d have to say Kenji and Juliette from the Shatter Me series.
Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi. I personally didn’t like the first trilogy in the Shatter Me series, but this one turned the series itself around for me. The group is trying to figure out how to start again, both in the world and also with each other.
I don’t know too may people in the community who love Taylor Swift so idk who to tag, but I’d love to meet more so if you are a fellow Swiftie, Feel free to do this tag and tag me in it and maybe we can chat some more about books and Tay!