The Taylor Swift Book Tag was created by The Book Life and lets me combine two of my favorite things together: Taylor Swift + books! I’ve seen the Taylor Swift Book Tag floating around and wanted to do it. It was so fun answering the questions, but making the graphics were time consuming (finding the perfect colors and perfect fonts were the hardest part). Without further ado, here are my answers!
This one was a no brainer. I read Divergent when the hype was at its peak and before I started blogging. I remember myself wondering when I will start loving the book like everybody did when I was one-third into Divergent and then it happened naturally. Looking back now, I realize that I was forcing myself to enjoy it. I highly doubt Divergent would even get three stars from me now.
Scarlet is my favorite book that has a red book. I mean, how can it not be one of my favorites? It introduced us to Scarlet, Wolf, and Thorne, who are three of my most favorite characters in the series. Plus, Scarlet and Wolf is just OTP.
To avoid spoilers, all I’ll say is that An Ember in the Ashes has forbidden love. And you will love it. Because I said so.
Anna and the French Kiss gave me such a rush. Anna and Étienne St. Clair forever. Kelly and Étienne St. Clair forever. I mean, what did I just say?
I read Summer in the City when I was in fifth grade. It was my favorite book ever then – it made me laugh, swoon, and root for Jamie and her love interest, all in one go. I still remember every single thing that has happened in the book even when I reread it just a few days ago.
Okay, okay, Josh in I’ll Meet You There isn’t exactly a “bad” character, but he can be viewed as so with what he did. However, I couldn’t help but love him anyways even though he did something that I normally wouldn’t forgive any person for.
Victoria goes through extensive character development in A Mad Wicked Folly. She learns to stand up for herself, to chase after her own dreams, and to not challenge society’s constraints, which is totally different from how she started off in the book.
The Wrath and the Dawn belongs with me. I need it in my life NOW. I will give anything for it: a book, my shoes, my first-born child, and even my soul. Just give me the book now.
Okay, so technically, nobody spoiled Allegiant for me because I went out and purposely looked for how the book ended myself. What? I couldn’t help but do so, especially since I know I’m not ever going to read Allegiant and wanted to know what the ending everybody was talking about was.
I was stuck between two options for this question, but chose Beautiful Player because I was using the other option in another category here. Anyways, I will never, ever lend out Beautiful Player out to anybody because 1. It’s WILL and 2. Both authors personalized it to me. And said Will loves me. How can I lend it out to anybody after seeing all that?
Pushing the Limits made me cry at the exact same parts every time I read it, without fail. Every time I plan to reread it, I have to have some tissues on hand because I know it’ll make me cry all over again. I just can’t get tired over of Pushing the Limits.
As of today, Since You’ve Been Gone is my favorite book, ever. I met Morgan Matson and had her sign my copy. Too bad when I met her, I haven’t finished Since You’ve Been Gone yet and couldn’t fangirl all over her. Since You’ve Been Gone is also a book I’ll never lend out as it’s so precious to me.
A spy school. Missions. Conspiracies. Cute uniforms. Hot boys. Who wouldn’t want to live in the world of the Gallagher Girls? I know I will make an excellent spy.
As of right now, Cress is my favorite fairytale retelling. Not only is it the fairytale retelling of Cinderella and Little Red Riding Hood, but it also tells the story of Rapunzel and Sailor Moon. (Yes, I know that Sailor Moon isn’t a fairytale retelling, but who cares?)
I just love this series so much that I don’t get how anybody can not enjoy it. Chloe and Derek are OTP guys. As for all the haters out there, “I’m just gonna shake shake shake shake shake // shake it off // I shake it off.”
This one was created by Nova from Out of Time. The series I definitely can’t let go and wish would continue on and on forever is definitely the Pivot Point duology by Kasie West. I wasn’t quite a fan of Pivot Point, but oh my goodness, Split Second pulled out all the feels. I just NEED more Trevor and Connor. NEED.
This one was also created by Nova from Out of Time. I tried to read and DNF’d Grave Mercy before I started blogging. I wasn’t and still am not a fan of books with any sort of religion aspect in it and when I first read Grave Mercy, I couldn’t help but give up on page two. Not to worry, I do plan on rereading Grave Mercy one day.
Whew. Now that was an extremely fun tag to do! I now tag Kristen from My Friends Are Fiction because she just discovered the glory that is Taylor Swift, Jon from Bookish Antics because he loves Taylor Swift, Nikki from Fiction Freak because I’m not sure if she loves Taylor Swift and I want to know if she does, and anybody and everybody else that also loves Taylor!