Hello, everyone! Today I have a blog tag for all of you! It is way late, (Marie tagged me for this in November,) but I thought it looked fun!
Before we begin, I wanted to let you all know that I now have an Instagram account! I have some very exciting stuff planned for that, so be sure to check it out! You can follow me @lilip690
Now onto the tag!
-Link back to the creator (Brianna @ Brianna’s Books and Randomness)
-Tag as many or as little readers as you like
-feel free to use my graphics!
1. A childhood favorite you would reread 100 times and still love
When I was a kid, I could not get enough of Fly High, Fly Low, a picture book about these two pigeons who get separated and have to find each other again. I’m not exactly sure why I asked my parents to read this book to me once a day, but for some reason, I did. Other than that, if Harry Potter, counts, I would say that. I started reading it when I was eleven and I’ve probably reread it around five times and could probably do it again, and again, and again!
2. A book you DNF’d but would be willing to give it a second chance to [finish]
The Silmarillion. I tried reading this book twice, but I wasn’t in the right zone and I didn’t have the energy to pay attention. But it is on my list of things to do as a huge Tolkien fan!
3. A newer favorite you reread
Hmmm. I think the closest one I have in this category is The Inheritance Cycle. I read that a couple years ago and then reread it recently.
4. A book you hated and never want to read again
I’m sure I’ve hated other books, but one that comes to mind is The Chocolate Touch. I don’t remember why I hated this book, but I did. Maybe the unsatisfactory ending?
5. An author you would reread anything from
Andrew Peterson! His books are so, so good, and not just Wingfeather Saga. Adorning the Dark shaped my writing, and I could probably reread it so many times and still not get all the good stuff!
6. A series you want to reread for the fun of it
I would like to reread Fablehaven by Brandon Mull. I remember really enjoying those books, and it’s been long enough so that I only remember major plot points, so I could be surprised by some things again! I would also like to reread Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus even though I’ve already reread both those series before. [Please note that I do not necessarily recommend Heroes of Olympus to a younger audience, but Percy Jackson is clean!]
7. A series you want to reread for an adaption
Honestly, I can’t think of anything!
8. A book you’ve read but want to listen to the audiobook
Even though I am an auditory learner, I am, surprisingly, not an audiobook person. I enjoyed listen to Narnia on audiobook and Harry Potter, however, so maybe I would enjoy that!
That’s it! What are your answers to these questions?