Books, Music

The Lover Book Tag: Round 4

Don't act so surprised. Both Drizzle & Hurricane Books and twenty-seven letters did this tag, which I took as a sign that I HAD TO DO A FOURTH LOVER BOOK TAG. It's fate, really. Written in the STARS, perhaps?? (Not that that matters, as Western astrology follows the Tropical Zodiac instead of constellations, but IT'S A NICE… Continue reading The Lover Book Tag: Round 4


Top Ten Tuesday: Auto-buy authors

IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN. Today's Top Ten Tuesday features my top ten auto-buy authors. Is this a rehash of my Lady Writer Supergroup? POSSIBLY. Maggie Stiefvater   OB-VI-OUS-LY. Stiefvater gave me murder horses in The Scorpio Races. She gave me Ronan Lynch in The Raven Cycle. She gave me miracles in All the Crooked Saints. I will go… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Auto-buy authors


Halloween Creatures 2.0 Book Tag

To Anthony @ Keep Reading Forward: I'm stoked you made another Halloween Creatures post! Once again, I pair Halloween creatures with books.   Witch A magical character or book I READ SO MUCH FANTASY. THIS SHOULDN'T BE HARD. If I remember correctly, Rowan's mom was a legit witch. That MUST count.   Werewolf The perfect… Continue reading Halloween Creatures 2.0 Book Tag


Taylor Swift Book Tag

All the commentary I've read on this tag refers to Swift's 2014 switch from country to pop. If only you knew, 2014. By the by, I loved 1989. Solid, solid album. Dear The Book Nut: Thanks for all the tags. I'm being serious. Y'all are great. Let's. Jump. In. (Spoilers ahead) We Are Never Ever Getting… Continue reading Taylor Swift Book Tag


NOPE Book Tag

I KEEP FINDING GREAT TAGS. This is another one I found on The Book Nut. Book tags are giving me a reason to live. At work, I'm so excited to clock out, come home, and write about books I love. I challenge myself to come up with different books every time. And the bummer tags are… Continue reading NOPE Book Tag


MAKE-YOU-CRY MONDAY: The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness

Sometimes characters have to make impossible decisions. This often manifests as them having to choose between their best friend or their love interest, or deciding which of their children gets to live, or rescuing either their family or millions of strangers. This happens to protagonist Todd Hewitt in The Knife of Never Letting Go, the first book in… Continue reading MAKE-YOU-CRY MONDAY: The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness