The Skyrim Book Tag


Let’s get something straight: I FUCKING LOVE SKYRIM. Seriously, I can stay up until 4:00 AM easily, playing it. I have the giant, 10 lb guide book for it as well. I have an obsession.

This was created by my shield-sister,  Ariana at The Quirky Book Nerd and let me say thank you for making this, you rock. (also I always wanted to call someone shield-sister and I think it fits) It’s awesome! Combining my two favorite things (Skyrim and books) has literally made my day. Or life. Either one.

Also everyone reading this I’ll warn you, I’m going to use a lot of gifs and fangirl a lot over this tag. Because Skyrim.

So let’s do this thing!

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Fus Ro Dah: A Book That Blew You Away

Vicious (Vicious, #1)

I’m going to have to agree with Ariana’s answer for this one (we did Buddy Read it together after all!)  and say “Vicious” by V.E. Schwab. That book not only blew me away it also blew my mind. There were so many twists and turns in the plot it made you keep reading until there were no more pages left! The pacing was fast, the characters were interesting, and the overall story was very intriguing. Morally ambiguous super”villains” and super”heroes”, what more could you ask for?

Dovahkiin: Favorite “Chosen One” Story

The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #1)

I could say Harry Potter because he really is one of the best choices but I think I’ll go with Percy Jackson instead just to be a little different. Other than that I’m not a big fan of these types of stories, usually they’re kind of TOO special/chosen for my tastes. I don’t like special snowflakes….

Thu’um: A Book That Got a Verbal Reaction Out of You (Good or Bad)

Gone Girl

This pretty much goes for any Gillian Flynn book, but with “Gone Girl” the first half of the book was kind of boring and when I got to the twist I was yelling “SERIOUSLY?! WHAT THE HELL?!” and many other profanities. If you’ve read this book, you know.

Arrow to the Knee: A Book or Series That Started Out Well but Ended Up Being Disappointing.

We'll Never Be Apart

Usually if I don’t like the first book I won’t continue the series so I don’t have any series that ended up being disappointing but I do have a few books. “We’ll Never Be Apart” started out pretty good, the characters were interesting and so was the story. However, the “twist” at the end was so predictable it ended up ruining the overall book for me.

Shadowmere: Favorite Literary/Fictional Animal or Pet

I’m going to agree with Ariana once again and go with dragons and direwolves from A Song of Ice and Fire. Dragons are awesome and would be very protective same goes with direwolves. Nobody would mess with me. Not to mention both are extremely loyal.

Alduin: Most Frightening Literary/Fictional Animal

Alduin is pretty fucking scary, he’s all red-eyes and pointy things. So finding something in my books that’s as scary at that was a little hard. I’m going with the Anthropophagi from “The Monstrumologist” because well….look at it. It’s a monster. A very scary, human-munching monster. Plus if you read the book they get even scarier, yay!

Honestly I find the human characters in books to be a lot more scary than any of the animals.

Companions Guild: Best Literary Friendship

First of all I couldn’t find a decent image of ALL the Companions, so I’m defaulting to Vilkas and Farkas because I am (if anything) a total Skyrim fangirl.

The BEST literary friendship is of course Harry, Ron, and Hermione! They’re the Golden Trio for a reason. Yes, there are a ton of other literary friendships I love but this one really does trump all of the others.

Dark Brotherhood: The Darkest Book You’ve Ever Read


I love reading dark books, they really break the mold for me. “Alice” is definitely my pick for this without question, it takes the meaning of dark and brings it to a whole other level not to mention it’s just downright twisted. Yet it still manages to be a FANTASTIC story regardless.

Thieves Guild: Favorite Morally Ambiguous Character

Victor Vale from “Vicious” by V.E. Schwab. I’m going to go ahead and copy another one of Ariana’s questions, what can I say she’s RIGHT after all. Victor Vale is the perfect pick for this question. Look up morally ambiguous in the dictionary and this guy’s picture is right next to it. He’s an anti-hero, he does some good things but it’s all to further his own agenda. So that doesn’t make him good or bad, but rather the in-between.

Wuld Nah Kest (Whirlwind Sprint): Your Fastest Read

There’s a couple books that I could use because I’m not sure which I actually read the fastest so I’m going with both “The Hunger Games” and “Catching Fire”. I obsessively read these each in a day, I know that’s probably not that impressive but it’s pretty fast for me. At one point I hid these behind my sheet music in band so I could keep reading.

Tiid Klo Ul (Slow Time): Your Slowest Read

A Dance with Dragons (A Song of Ice and Fire, #5)

Don’t get me wrong I LOVE the Song of Ice and Fire series but the latest installment took me forever to finish. It’s over 1,000 pages so that’s partially why it took me so long but also it wasn’t as action-packed or interesting as the previous books. It’s still amazing, but just took me a bit longer to finish….

Tamriel: Favorite Fictional World

Ok so BESIDES Tamriel my favorite fictional world is Middle Earth hands down. I love fantasy and it seems a lot more safe than living in Westeros/Essos. Unlike with Narnia I don’t think I’ll be finding a portal to Middle Earth in my wardrobe anytime soon, speaking of which does anyone know where I can find a gateway to Middle Earth?

Bonus Question:

“Sworn to Carry Your Burdens”: The Heaviest Book You Own

Grimm's Complete Fairy Tales

I have this pretty fancy hardcover collection of Grimm’s Fairy Tales, it’s the heaviest book I won that I can think of because I didn’t actually go and weigh my books……

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I’m not going to tag anyone for this because I don’t know if any of you play Skyrim and this is definitely a tag that is far more enjoyable if you do!


Blog Award: Sunshine Bloggers

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I was nominated by my wonderful fellow book blogger Jessica at The Awkward Book Blogger! *waves* Hi, Jessica and thank you so much!



The Rules:

  1. Thank and follow the blogger who nominated you
  2. Answer the questions they gave you
  3. Select your own questions and nominate 5 more bloggers


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1.) Who is your ultimate fictional boyfriend/girlfriend?

There’s so many and so few all at the same time. Ummmmmmmm. I think I’d have to go with Dean Winchester because I had a fictional crush on him for the longest time ever.

If we’re talking BOOK fictional boyfriend, I might have to go with George Weasley….or maybe Fred Weasley. I loved both the twins a lot when I read through Harry Potter. Is it so wrong to love both?

2.) If you could speak any language (fictional languages included), which language would you speak?

It’s really a tie between Tolkien Elvish and Dothraki, probably more towards the Elvish….I’m a big Middle-Earth fan. Although I do have a Dothraki language book so realistically I can speak that easier since I have a guide…I’m just kind of lazy.

3.) Do you let people borrow your books?

Sometimes. It really depends on the person, if I know they love books and respect people’s property I’ll lend them some because I know they’ll be taken care of. Other than that though, hell no. In high school I lent a book to a classmate that wasn’t a close friend and my book got trashed, that’s when I really learned my lesson.

4.) Approximately how many books do you physically own?

Physically you say? Hm, excuse me while I refer to Goodreads instead of actually counting said books….

Physical Book Estimation: Around 179, and that’s not including my boxes of hand-me-down books from my mother or my countless Nancy Drew books as well as random non-fiction books. So if we added all of those you’re looking at maybe 250. Maybe.

Freebie, Nook/Kindle Owned Books: About 52

5.) Which genre do you read the least?

Romance and or contemporary. Sorry I just can’t do it, I’m a very un-romancey person. I like fantasy where I can hide in fictional worlds instead of facing the sometimes boring reality of the real-world.


Except you know…with books instead of sand.




Plus I just really don’t like romances and reading about real-life problems. It’s boring. Why read about that when I can read about DRAGONS and shit?

6.) If you could have any job in the world, what would it be and why?

I reject your reality and substitute it with my own, I’d want to be the Dovahkiin. That’s definitely a job. The job is ridding Tamriel of dragons, well…..bad dragons. Like Alduin, and pretty much whooping ass.

7.) What is one book you refuse to read?

This is an easy question, while there are books I don’t want to read but still consider there is definitely ONE book I will never read.

“Fifty Shades of Grey”

8.) And the most controversial question of the century: pancakes or waffles?

Hands down, pancakes. I don’t even know why, it’s just the way it is.

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I Nominate: (if you’ve already been nominated and done this, feel free to ignore!)

Ariana @ The Quirky Book Nerd

Anna @ My Bookish Dream

Michelle @ Book Adventures

Astra @ A Stranger’s Guide To Novels

Ashley @ Dreaming Through Literature

My Questions:

1.) If you could put together a team of book characters to survive the zombie apocalypse with, who would you pick?

2.) Do you prefer to borrow books or buy them and why?

3.) Would you rather read inside or outside?

4.) Do you always read the book before seeing the movie adaptation?

5.) Have you ever liked a movie more than the book, if so which one(s)?

6.) Coffee or tea?

7.) What is your most anticipated release for 2016?

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Random Ramblings #5: Absent-Blogging

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Hey guys! I’d like to take this blog post time to say sorry, I’ve been majorly lacking in my reviewing and posting.

(totally’s not that hard)

I’ve been super busy with life in general and it’s been hard to find the time to sit my ass down and write up posts, it’s pretty sad on my part. I’m here to say that I think I’ve managed to free some time up now so I can get back in touch with all of you wonderful book lovers!

I’ve had tons of book tags, award nominations, and comments that I have yet to acknowledge so if you’re worried don’t be, (I’d actually be very flattered if you were worried), I’ll be getting around to all of that this week sometime. Not to mention get some damn reviews up for the books I have been finishing!

This definitely isn’t a long post by any means, but I thought I’d give you all an update anyways.


Book Recs: Bargain Priced

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Hello everyone! This isn’t technically a list of book recommendations but rather a list of some books I really enjoyed that happen to be very cheap, but I’m still kind of recommending them soooooooo. Anyways though the list is pretty self explanatory, good books + cheap prices = happiness.

Now I looked up these prices on Amazon and Book Outlet and Amazon had ZERO cheap prices on these books. It’s actually very upsetting for me since I own a Kindle, why are books that are 5 or more years old $10.99? Why? I want cheaper books! I can get PHYSICAL COPIES cheaper than Kindle copies!!

I digress, all of these prices are on Book Outlet and I will link these books to that website as well as Goodreads.

Remember these prices are accurate today (February 17th, 2016) so I can’t promise they won’t change or sell out. So if you see something you like check it out!

They also have a President’s Sale going on right now so that’s an extra 15% off these prices I listed!

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The Merciless

“The Merciless” by Danielle Vega

I love my hardcover of this book because it is simple and really neat looking, it also reflects the story itself pretty well. It’s not super scary or anything but it has some creepy parts and quite a lot of gore it also has its fair share of high school mean girl drama. So a pentagram and hot pink cover pretty much sums it up.

Check out my full review of “The Merciless” here.

You can get a gorgeous hardcover of this book at Book Outlet for $2.99!

Gone (Gone, #1)

“Gone” by Michael Grant

One of my favorite series, I read them a while ago and never reviewed them. So here’s the synopsis:

In the blink of an eye, everyone disappears. Gone. Except for the young.

There are teens, but not one single adult. Just as suddenly, there are no phones, no internet, no television. No way to get help. And no way to figure out what’s happened.

Hunger threatens. Bullies rule. A sinister creature lurks. Animals are mutating. And the teens themselves are changing, developing new talents—unimaginable, dangerous, deadly powers—that grow stronger by the day. It’s a terrifying new world. Sides are being chosen, a fight is shaping up. Townies against rich kids. Bullies against the weak. Powerful against powerless. And time is running out: On your birthday, you disappear just like everyone else…

I highly recommend it, I loved this series probably because a lot of weird messed up stuff happens. *shrugs* I’m weird too.

You can get a paperback copy from Book Outlet for $2.99!

I Hunt Killers (Jasper Dent, #1)

“I Hunt Killers” by Barry Lyga

Once again a very FAVORITE series, it gets pretty gruesome. Are you seeing a pattern here with my favorite books? I never reviewed this one either, unfortunately, so I’ll give you the synopsis:

What if the world’s worst serial killer…was your dad?

Jasper “Jazz” Dent is a likable teenager. A charmer, one might say.

But he’s also the son of the world’s most infamous serial killer, and for Dear Old Dad, Take Your Son to Work Day was year-round. Jazz has witnessed crime scenes the way cops wish they could—from the criminal’s point of view.

And now bodies are piling up in Lobo’s Nod.

In an effort to clear his name, Jazz joins the police in a hunt for a new serial killer. But Jazz has a secret—could he be more like his father than anyone knows?

Trust me when I say this book really delivers, you get a very good insight into the mind and workings of a serial killer. Jazz uses his dad’s methods in order to catch a serial killer. It really is interesting.

You can get a paperback copy from Book Outlet for $2.99!

Gone Girl

“Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn

If you haven’t read “Gone Girl” here, get your copy now! You need to read it! It’s Gillian Flynn! It’s amazing and twisted! The first half of the book is a little hard to get through but when you get the the BIG plot twist everything is fast paced after that, I mean my jaw literally dropped. It’s so good! I never reviewed this book either but you all know about “Gone Girl” I’m sure…..

You can get a paperback copy from Book Outlet for $5.99!

Dark Places

“Dark Places” by Gillian Flynn

Gillian Flynn is amazing, here read another one of her books.

You can read my review of “Dark Places” here.

You can get a paperback copy from Book Outlet for $4.99!

Revenge of the Witch (The Last Apprentice / Wardstone Chronicles, #1)

 The Last Apprentice: Revenge of the Witch” by Joseph Delaney

In one of my other Book Rec posts I recommended this series for fans of Percy Jackson, it has a younger protagonist and lots of supernatural lore. It’s tons of fun to read and a little creepy as well!

You can get a paperback copy from Book Outlet for $3.99!

You (You, #1)

“You” by Caroline Kepnes

A pretty entertaining and unique book, “You” tells the story of Joe Goldberg who stalks and takes over a girl’s life in order to make her love him. That’s the gist of it anyways it was actually pretty interesting to read through even though the pacing occasionally got a little slow.

You can read my full review of “You” here.

You can get a hardcover copy from Book Outlet for $5.99!

The Martian

“The Martian” by Andy Weir

Did you like the movie? Read the book it’s just as good if not better.

You can read my full review of “The Martian” here.

You can get a paperback copy from Book Outlet for $5.99!


“Midwinterblood” by Marcus Sedgwick

If you haven’t read anything by Marcus Sedgwick then here’s the perfect place to start, he’s very original and downright amazing.

You can read my mini review (that doesn’t do the book justice) of “Midwinterblood” here.

You can get a hardcover copy from Book Outlet for $2.99!

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So hopefully this little post helped you guys out in finding some cheaper book buying alternatives! I know I love getting deals on books!

Although I can’t say this post has helped your bank accounts any… least you’re getting a bargain though and when it comes to buying books we always have plenty of money right?

My Favorite Book Couples: Just in Time for Valentine’s Day!

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I honestly have a ton of post ideas that can be linked with Valentine’s Day and I may yet do some! First and for most I have to do a list of all my favorite book couples, which I don’t have many since I usually loathe romances in books. That is unless they’re done VERY well, but what can I say I’m picky.

Guaranteed I won’t get them all but these are the ruling couples of my heart at the moment. Some may not be an “official” couple yet since a lot of them don’t have a completed series as of right now, so I just ship them……but shhhhh it’s okay.

I’ll also be using some fanart for these characters so I’ll try my best to credit the artists, but I probably won’t find them all. So if you see your artwork on here let me know so I can credit you!

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Meira & Mather

Snow Like Ashes

(artwork by Agustina Zanelli)

Sorry, I couldn’t find ANY Mather fanart. What’s up with that? All of the fanart was Meira with Theron, and I detest Theron. Am I the only Meira/Mather shipper here?

The Snow Like Ashes series is still on-going so Meira hasn’t officially chosen one of the two men BUT my heart is HOPING that she chooses Mather. Usually I don’t much care for love triangles and I don’t care who the character ends up with but I just ship Meira/Mather SO HARD. They’re both so fierce and loyal to their kingdom, they belong together I tell you! Maybe I ship them so hard because I just really hate Theron……

Kaz & Inej

Six of Crows

(artwork by Grace at Fictograph)

All six of the “crow” characters in “Six of Crows” get paired off into a couple, while not all of them are very pronounced at the moment the feelings are all there. My favorite couple BY FAR would be Kaz and Inej, I love both of them singularly and I love them both together. When they finally get together my heart will probably soar, they’re both just so….badass.

Rose & Dimitri

 Vampire Academy

(Portrayed by Zoey Deutch & Danila Kozlovsky)

I couldn’t find any fanart I liked of them so here’s the Rose and Dimitri from the Vampire Academy movie. Which sucked kind of. They are not nearly as attractive as they should have been, sorry not sorry, Rose and Dimitri are both supposed to be hotter than the deepest fieriest pit of Hell okay? Not…..this.

Anyways. They’re one of my favorites, talk about the perfect badass, stake-wielding couple. I loved Rose as a character and I loved Dimitri as a character so them being together just makes sense.

Aragorn & Arwen

The Lord of the Rings

(Portrayed by Viggo Mortensen & Liv Tyler)

By far my favorite couple, mostly because I’m a huge Lord of the Rings junkie. That’s kind of all I have to say about them…I love them because I love Middle-Earth and they’re the one couple to rule them all……

Khalid & Shahrzad

The Wrath & The Dawn

I couldn’t find any fanart and I didn’t like any of the fan-made picture collages so here’s the book cover because at least that is Shazi.

Now as you all know by now, I’m not a romance fan. So it was very surprising that I LOVED “The Wrath & The Dawn”, I mean I got the warm fuzzies reading it! I loved Khalid and Shazi and I shipped them so much. Which is rare, but Renee Ahdieh did a fantastic job with not only the book but their romance. Seriously it was perfect enough to melt even my cold, icy heart.

Kell & Lila

A Darker Shade of Magic

(artwork done by Victoria Ying)

Who isn’t shipping this? Because I am and it makes it so much worse that they haven’t gotten together! I want it so bad, my poor little heart can’t take it! I’m hoping by the third book something happens. Just give me something V.E. Schwab, anything!

Daenerys Targaryen & Khal Drogo

A Song of Ice and Fire

(Portrayed by Emilia Clarke & Jason Momoa)

Don’t even get me started on these two, sure their relationship wasn’t that great at the beginning but it grew into such perfection. I will always ship Daenerys with Drogo, forever I tell you! She belongs with no one else in my mind. When anything else happens in the show or the books I will visualize crudely pasting  Jason Momoa’s face on any other men.

I love them as much as I love Aragorn & Arwen, that’s saying a lot I assure you.

That is all.

Bonus Ships!

These are couples I ship that didn’t end up together……

Harry Potter & Hermione Granger

Harry Potter

(Portrayed by Daniel Radcliffe & Emma Watson)

Sorry, not sorry. I always liked the idea of Harry with Hermione better! I’m not a big fan of Ginny or Ron, really my favorite Weasley children were always Fred and George. I digress, I really hated that Hermione ended up with Ron I just don’t think they fit together well and the same goes for Harry and Ginny. Actually I should say especially Harry and Ginny. I felt that kind of came out of nowhere honestly…..I never felt a real connection between those two.

Sorry, I can really get rambling on the Harry Potter couples!

Katniss Everdeen & Gale Hawthorne

The Hunger Games

(Portrayed by Jennifer Lawrence & Liam Hemsworth)

Once again, sorry not sorry! I thought Gale and Katniss were more perfect than Peeta and Katniss. Their personalities and loyalties were more similar. Yes, I get that “opposites attract” and that’s pretty much the only reason she ended up with Peeta because honestly Peeta is kind of a little wimp.

I just thought Gale and Katniss should have ended up together, I liked them better!

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That completes my list of ships, that’s pretty much all of them that are important anyways. I don’t even care if they don’t work out!

Are there any ships you agree with on this list? Any that you don’t? Who’s your favorite book couple? Let me know in the comments!

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Top 5 Wednesday: Books I Had Spoiled For Me


Top 5 Wednesday is hosted by the T5W group on Goodreads. Make sure to check it out if you’re interested in doing this meme!

This week’s topic is books we had spoiled for us, fortunately for me I haven’t had many spoiled so it was hard to even come up with 5.

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5.) The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon, #2)

This book was so insanely popular it’s really a miracle if you read this and knew nothing about what would happen. I had this “spoiled” for me because I watched the movie first, I regret nothing. Who doesn’t love Tom Hanks?

4.) Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #1)

Once again, insanely popular and I watched the movie first. In this case, however, the movie PALES in comparison to the books.

3.) A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin


A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1)

This is the last one I had spoiled via TV okay I promise. I watched the first two seasons of Game of Thrones before I read the entire (for now) ASOIAF series. So while I knew some of the bigger plot twists in “A Game of Thrones” I didn’t have ALL of the information, there’s just so much content in these books there isn’t a way to include it all on the TV show. So I had stuff spoiled but not all of it.

2.) Flowers in the Attic by V.C. Andrews

Flowers in the Attic (Dollanganger, #1)

I got pretty much ALL of V.C. Andrews’ books from my mom so when some of my school friends were reading this I gave it a try too. Needless to say BEFORE I read it they told me a bunch of the fucked up stuff that happens, sooooo I had a lot spoiled for me. I read it anyways.


***Warning: Spoiler for Twilight’s “Breaking Dawn” to follow! If you have yet to read or watch it then you’ve been warned!***

1.) Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer

Breaking Dawn (Twilight, #4)

So this is the only book I REALLY had spoiled for me on this list. When I was in the 7th/8th grade all of my friends and I were reading this series, so when I FINALLY got to the 4th book everyone let it slip that Bella gets pregnant and has a baby. Thanks guys for ruining one of the very few plot twists in this series.

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That wraps up this weeks Top 5 Wednesday! Are there any books on my list that you had spoiled as well? Also feel free to link your T5W so I can check out your list!

The Book Courtship Tag

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I was tagged to do this perfect Valentine’s Day tag by Michelle at Book Adventures and Ashley at Dreaming Through Literature! Thanks to both of you lovely ladies! And be sure to head on over to both of their blogs and check out all of their awesome features including Book Tag Thursday hosted by Michelle (where I got tagged to do this).

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Phase 1: Initial Attraction – A book you bought because of the cover?


The Merciless by Danielle Vega

I was waltzing around Barnes & Noble when I spotted that little beauty on the shelves. I couldn’t help myself, it was hot pink with a pentagram on it! How does that not intrigue you? It was actually pretty good as well as creepy, I enjoyed it.

Phase 2: First Impressions – A book you got because of its summary?

Rot & Ruin (Rot & Ruin, #1)

I actually get pretty much all of my books based off of their summaries but one that pops up into my head is “Rot & Ruin”. It had zombies and sounded like it would be full of action and some tear-jerking moments (which it was) so I bought it.

Phase 3: Sweet Talk – A book with great writing?

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (Between, #1)

While the story itself is pretty so-so, Tucholke’s writing is simply beautiful. Seriously it pulls you in and keeps you reading, it’s some pretty great writing.

Phase 4: First Date – The first book of a series that made you want to pick up the rest of the series?

The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, #1)

Honestly do I even need to explain this? It’s like asking why I read the rest of the Harry Potter books after The Sorcerer’s Stone.

Phase 5: Late Night Phone Calls – A book that kept you up all night?

Dust & Decay (Rot & Ruin, #2)

I hate to use the same series again but “Dust & Decay” (Rot & Ruin #2) is the number one book that pops into my head for staying up all night. I remember I was so engrossed that I stayed up well into the early AMs, it was probably 2:30-3:00 when my mom came and asked what I was doing still awake. I shrugged and said I was reading, she told me to go to bed and I just kept reading.

Phase 6: Always On My Mind – A book you could not stop thinking about?

The Hobbit (Middle-Earth Universe)

I’m a big fan of all things Middle-Earth so TECHNICALLY I never stop thinking about “The Hobbit”……

Phase 7: Getting Physical – A book that you love the way it feels?


I don’t really have any but I suppose my copy of “Dracula” is as close as it comes.

Phase 8: Meeting The Parents – A book you would recommend to your family and friends?

Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened

It’s hilarious and also pretty inspiring, this book tackles mental health issues with a lot of added humor. I definitely recommend this to EVERYONE.

Phase 9: Thinking About The Future – A book or series you know you will re-read many times in the future?

BESIDES Harry Potter I would definitely re-read the Vampire Academy series, Richelle Mead is a fabulous writer and I loved these books.

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Phase 10: Share The Love – Who do you tag?

(No obligations and sorry if you’ve already done this tag, feel free to ignore your tag!)

Ariana @ The Quirky Book Nerd

Kiwi @ Kiwi Reads

Ali @ Arctic Reads

Anna @ My Bookish Dream

Jessica @ The Awkward Book Blogger

Kelly @ Stellar Scrutiny

Raquel @ rakioddbooks

Paige & Yasmin @ The Wild Readers

Stephanie @ Adventures of a Bibliophile

Alahna @ The Charmed Reader

The Sassy