Guys, I like Taylor Swift. I love that she's not taking herself too seriously and how she is working to brush off those who are saying negative things about her. I've been listening to 1989 a lot lately, and I just discovered the other day that I have bought every cd she has eve come out with, so I guess there is no denying I'm a fan. This tag looks like a lot of fun so let's get started!
Thanks to Jess for tagging me!
you loved and now hate
I don't hate this series, but I don't think I will be finishing The Luxe series by Jenifer L. Armentrout. I read all but the last one, and thought they were fun addictive reads, but I don't really have any desire to read the last one any time soon. Maybe I will someday but not right now. I just have tons of other books that are a higher priority.
Red - A book with a red cover
The Girl who Circumnavigated Fairy Land in a Ship of her Own Making- world's longest title! I still need to read this one! Soon, it will happen soon!
The Best Day - A book that makes you feel nostalgic
The Series of Unfortunate Events was huge when I was in elementary and middle school, and everyone read and loved them. I never finished the series, but I have thought about picking it up again many times.
Love Story - A book with forbidden love
I haven't read The Bronze Horseman by Paulina Simmons yet, but I would love to get to it soon. It's the first in an epic love story trilogy about a forbidden love between a solider and a Russian girl during WWII.
I Knew You Were Trouble - A book with a bad character you
can't help but love
I had a really hard time coming up with an answer for this one. The Darkling is a great villain, but I don't know if I love him. Leave me some recommendations of lovable villains down below!
Innocent - A book that someone ruined the ending to
Tumblr spoiled The Fault in Our Stars for me back in the day, but regardless of my knowledge of the end I still enjoyed this book immensely, and have read it multiple times. I read it in one sitting the first read.
Everything Has Changed - A book with a character who goes
through extensive character development
Ester from The Bell Jar is one of the most interesting characters I have ever read. She goes through some very crazy and honest character development.
You Belong With Me - A book you are anticipating most
Throne of Glass #4 (which got its title released just yesterday!!) Queen of Shadows- I need more Choal and Celena kicking ass! And I can't wait to see the cover!!
Forever and Always - Your book otp
Ron and Hermonie forever! They are perfect; I don't care what any one says (that includes you, J.K. Rowling!)
Come Back, Be Here - A book you'd least like to lend out (for
fear of missing it too much)
Uh, all of them! I get very nervous about lending out books, but I would be even more nervous to lend out books that I've made notes in, or my copy of The Great Gatsby, sometimes I just need to read a page or two of it- it's not a want but a need.
Teardrops On My Guitar - A book that made you cry a lot
The Time Travelers Wife is by far the saddest book I have ever read, but it's also so, so good!
Thanks again to Jess for tagging me!
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