A Thousand Pieces of You, Amy Zhang, Claudia Gray, Cornelia Funke, Corruption, Disruption, Falling into Place, Gillian Rubenstein, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Inkheart, Inkspell, J.K. Rowling, Jessica Shirvington, Kylie Fornasier, Let the Storm Break, Masquerade, Shannon Messenger, Space Demons, Suzanne Collins
Continuing with the many tags I’ve been tagged to do, quite some time ago I was tagged by Fangirling Misses to do the bookshelf tag.
Here we go.
Is there a book you really want to read but haven’t because you know that it’ll make you cry?
Yes, Falling into Place, by Amy Zhang.
I haven’t yet, because I know I’m going to need time to get over it, but it’s sitting on my shelf.
Pick one book that helped introduce you to a new genre.
The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins introduced me to Dystopian.
Find a book that you want to re-read.
ALL OF THEM!!
But seriously, though. I reread as many books as I can anyway, so this question is kind-of irrelevant.
(I’m not going to give a picture here)
Is there a series you read but wish you hadn’t?
No…I don’t think I’ve ever regretted reading a book/series.
If your house was burning down and all your family and pets were safe, which book would you go back inside to save?
Can I say all of them?
I mean it… I love them all.
Is there a book on your shelf that brings back fond memories?
Harry Potter. Always.
See what I did there?
Find a book that inspired you the most?
Hmm…I always find these questions hard, because I don’t often get inspired by books…
Do you have any autographed books?
When I first got tagged to do this, I had one.
Masquerade, by Kylie Fornasier.
Now, I have more 🙂
Disruption/Corruption, by Jessica Shirvington
Let the Storm Break, by Shannon Messenger
A Thousand Pieces of You, by Claudia Gray
Find the book you have owned the longest.
Harry Potter, although it isn’t technically mine, it is the oldest book on these shelves.
Otherwise, it’s probably Inkspell, which I got before I got the first book in that series, Inkheart. But I don’t actually know.
I figured they both deserved a picture.
Is there a book by an author that you never imagined you would read or enjoy?
Space Demons, by Gillian Rubenstein
It’s not that I thought I wouldn’t enjoy the author, I just did not expect to enjoy a book titled ‘Space Demons.
Now, I know better.
And to end this tag, I have to post a photo of my bookshelf!
[If no picture is present, please assume that I have simply forgotten to take/upload one. If you are desperate to see a picture of my bookshelf, one is bound to appear on my twitter or instagram sooner or later]