Happy Sunday, my lovely readers! I hope you’re all having a beautiful weekend!
This morning I’m here with a super fun Book Tag to celebrate my 20th birthday this week!
Ahh, I still can’t believe that I’m entering my twenties. This is my last weekend as a teenager!
To celebrate, I’m going to do The Birthday Book Tag, which was originally created a few years ago by Antonia @ Always Books.
I hope you enjoy! If your birthday is coming up (or you just want a fun tag), then I encourage you to join in!
Birthday Cake – A book with a plot that seems cliché but you adore it anyway
That’s a fun question! I’m going to choose Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout. The Lux series definitely has a strong cheese factor and some clichés, but it is without a doubt one of my favourite series!
Click here to see my review of Obsidian (Lux #1).
Party Guests — Your most anticipated book release for this year
My most anticipated release for 2021 actually already came out, and that was Twice Shy by Sarah Hogle. After how much I loved her debut novel, I couldn’t have possibly been more excited for Twice Shy. I was lucky enough to read the book a couple of months ago, and while I did enjoy it, the book was not quite everything I dreamed it would be.
Click here to see my review of Twice Shy.
Birthday Presents — A book that surprised you with how much you loved it
This is an easy one, no intended! I’ve had some tough luck with new adult romances in the past, so I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about Easy by Tammara Webber, but I ended up loving it!
Click here to see my review of Easy.
Happy Birthday Song — A book that certainly deserves all the hype it got
There are a lot of very hyped of books that I think I deserve al of it and then some, but I’m going to pick Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jeinkens Reid because I was seeing this book everywhere and heard nothing about good things about it, and I LOVED IT! It was definitely one of the best books that I read in 2020, and it may be one of my favourite books ever! It honestly exceeded the hype.
Click here to see my review of Daisy Jones & The Six.
Happy Music — A book with some very beautiful and truly memorable quotes
I’m a huge fan of books filled with beautiful; quotes, and I can think of a lot of different answers to this question! I think I’ll go with The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen. Almost all of her books could apply to this question, but The Truth About Forever is for sure one of my favourites!
Click here to see my review of The Truth About Forever.
Getting Older — A book that you read a lot time ago, but you think you would appreciate more if you read it as a more mature reader
Ouu, that’s a tough question. I honestly can’t think of anything, but maybe something Shakespeare? I read four of his plays when I was in high school, and I thought that they were just okay, but perhaps I would enjoy them more at an older age.
Sweet Birthday Memories — A book that kept you incredibly happy during a sad or demanding period of your life
Honestly, this is another one that I feel like I could give many answers to, but the first that comes to mind is Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren. I read this book in December, a point in time that I was struggling with some different things. This story was incredibly immersive, addictive, and fun – the perfect distraction!
Click here to see my review of Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating.
Thank you so very, very much for reading! I hope you enjoyed!
Have you read any of the books that I chose?
What month is your birthday?
Let me know in the comments down below!
Have a fantastic week! I’ll see you again soon!
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