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Social Media Book Tag

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I have a tag for you all. I found it over at Pippa @ The Little Book Owl, and I decided to do it because you know I love social medias and book tags. Make sure to check Pippa’s post here.


 1. Twitter: Your Favorite Shortest Book

I have to say, Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. I loved how Stephen talked about mental illness, I loved the story, the characters, everything.

2. Facebook: A Book You Really Enjoyed That Was Recommended By Someone Else

Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout. I don’t even remember who recommended this to me, but I’m glad he/she did because I really enjoyed it.

 

3. Tumblr: A Book You Read Before It Was Cool

I’m going to say the same as Pippa… The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.

4. MySpace: A Book You Don’t Remember Whether You Liked or Not

Paper Towns by John Green. Truth is, I didn’t like this book and I don’t remember what really happened in the story.

 

5. Instagram: A Book With a Gorgeous, Picture Worthy Cover

Of course, Passenger by Alexandra Bracken. I LOOOOOVE THIS COVER, I LOOOOOVE THIS BOOK.

6. YouTube: A Book You Wish Would Be Made Into a Movie

Hollywood Witch Hunter by Valerie Tejeda. This story is so good and it would be so much fun to see it on the big screen.

 

7. Skype: A Book With Characters That You Wish You Could Talk to Instead of Just Reading About

All the characters from the Shadowhunter world, especially Jace Herondale.

8. Goodreads: A Book You Recommend to Everyone

Thr3e by Ted Dekker. EVERYONE SHOULD READ IT. This thriller is phenomenal, I swear.


 There you have it.  I hope you’re having a wonderful day. Feel free to do this tag and then share the link in the comments so I can see it. Thank you so much for reading. Until next time, xoxo.

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5 thoughts on “Social Media Book Tag

  1. I feel you with Paper Towns, I also can’t remember if I liked it or not. Same goes with all of John Green’s books, except TFIOS, I read them years ago and now I don’t know how I feel about them. I think I need to re-read the books to validate my feelings. 😅😅😅

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