Oh hi, welcome to the Taylor Swift book tag! I don’t normally do tag videos because I either a) forget that I am tagged, b) don’t feel like the tag would really add something to my blog, or c) am too lazy to get my camera out and film anything. However, I’ve been seeing this one around BookTube and I’ve always loved it because Taylor Swift. One day, I decided to show one of the videos to Alexa from Alexa Loves Books, because I knew she loves Taylor Swift just as much as I do, and then Nicole from The Quiet Concert and Danielle from Love at First Page jumped in and one thing led to another, and now here we are! Four book bloggers trying our hand at this BookTube tag thingy. I’m very excited. The tag was created by Sarah at The Book Life, so make sure to check out her original video.
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish
Today’s Top Ten Tuesday is a freebie topic, which means we can do whatever the hell we want (bonus points if you got that reference). Ellice came up with the brilliant idea to do favorite quotes and we all loved the idea. We feature our favorite quotes with every review, of course, but it’s fun to see the ones that really stand out to us.
The Lunar Chronicles is one of my favorite YA series. It is also one of the most solid ones. Each installment is just so enjoyable and I can’t get enough of Marissa Meyer’s insanely creative universe. Even though Fairest is a prequel instead of the so highly anticipated final installment, Winter, I can’t describe in words how excited I am for it. I am so here for a book written from Queen Levana’s point of view because 1) QUEENS and 2) ANTAGONIST STORIES. There aren’t enough female villains in books.. And have you SEEN that cover? Plus, it has FULL COLOR ART. Basically, I need it.
Visual Effects is a feature that is basically just our excuse for talking about TV shows on a book blog. It’s also a feature dedicated to comparing shows and books, because both ruin our lives equally. Some books and shows might be very similar (we will draw parellels to show you) but some may just give us a similar feeling or have some aspects that are alike. Either way, you should watch these shows and read these books, because they are both epic. This time: if you like If You Find Me by Emily Murdoch, you might like ABC Family’s The Fosters.