Tag Tuesday | The Valentine’s Day Book Tag

I thought it would be fun to do this week’s Tag Tuesday with a Valentine’s Day theme! You may also notice that Tag “Tuesday” is actually Tag Thursday to coincide with the holiday!

Standalone Book You Love

I am going with The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid for this one! I just finished the audiobook Tuesday, but I am still thinking about the story. I could see myself reading this one again each year.

Dystopian Book You Love

Definitely going with Scythe by Neal Shusterman. The story is super unique and kept my attention.

A Book You Love But No One Else Talks About

The Anomaly by Michael Rutger was one of my favorite books in 2018. I don’t understand why more people aren’t talking about this book!

Favorite Book Couple

I’m still a fan of Lara Jean and Peter from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.

Book That Other People Love But You Haven’t Gotten Around to Reading

I see so many posts about Kristin Hannah books, but I doubt I will ever read one of her books. There was also a lot of hype for Beartown and One Day in December, but I haven’t gotten to either of those yet. I do plan to this year (hopefully!).

A Book With Red on the Cover

A Book With Pink on the Cover

You are given a box of chocolates. Which fictional boyfriend would have given them to you?

I don’t have “fictional boyfriends.” lol

You are single on Valentine’s Day. What movie would you watch? What book would you read? What TV show would you watch?

I’m trying to remember what I would watch on Valentine’s Day when I was single. Probably a stupid comedy or horror movie.
Movie-Any of the Harry Potter movies
BookTo All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han
TV ShowGilmore Girls or Friends

You are in the bookstore. All of the sudden, you get shot with an arrow by Cupid. What new release will you love?

I’m guessing this question mean what new release would I buy. It’s not a super new release, but I would buy The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle probably. I still haven’t gotten around to reading this one.

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