Books, Music

Taylor Swift Album Challenge Book Tag

BACK AGAIN, this time with a book tag Rhonda made about TS’s discography.

Let’s goooo.

1. Taylor Swift: an author’s debut book

Freya Marske released her debut A Marvellous Light last year.

A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske

I brought it with me to Tacoma. Maybe I’ll read it.

2. Fearless: a book that scared you

I knew what I was getting into with Eat the Rich.

Eat the Rich by Sarah Gailey, Pius Bak, and Roman Titov

I still screamed.

3. Speak Now: a book with great dialogue

Accidentally Engaged has great jokes.

Accidentally Engaged by Farah Heron

There’s bread-related dialogue and a reveal with the parents that made me cackle.

There’s also a reveal with the parents that made me cackle.

I loved the conversations in this.

4. Red: a book with red on the cover or in the title

The Empress of Salt and Fortune has a reddish cover.

The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo

If you’re looking for a solid fantasy novella with excellent worldbuilding, give this one a go.

5. 1989: a book published the year you were born

Stellaluna was published in 1993!

Stellaluna by Janell Cannon

My kindergarten teacher read it aloud to our class!

I’m a big fan!

6. Reputation: a book that lived up to its hype

Fine.

I finally read American Gods and it’s really good.

American Gods by Neil Gaiman

I’m now on a Gaiman kick and I’m mad about it.

7. Lover: a favorite romance or book with a romantic subplot

There’s been some grumbling about whether Honey Girl should be classified as a romance or as women’s fiction.

Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers

Either way, I loved this book.

8. Folklore: a fairy tale, folktale. or myth retelling

Magen Cubed’s In the Bedroom of Medusa turns the Medusa myth into modern monster erotica.

In the Bedroom of Medusa by Magen Cubed

If you like sapphic retellings, read this one.

9. Evermorea book you could read for the rest of your life

I’ve only read the following book once.

However, NOW THAT I KNOW HOW IT ENDS, Good Omens is on its way to becoming a comfort read.

Good Omens by Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman

It’s like The Amber Spyglass, only funnier and less weird.

(Or maybe just weird in a funnier way.)

It also reminds me of The Princess Bride, but with way better pacing.

It was lovingly crafted by two best friends who care about each other and the world at large.

I wouldn’t mind reading Good Omens for all eternity.

I found two more book tags recently.

Sadly, they are not T-Swift-related.

I’ll keep you all posted.

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