This is going to be a challenging tag for me – As you guys may know, I have a very very tiny physical bookshelf because most books that I read are in the form of ebooks, audiobooks and/or library books. However I will try this tag with just the physical books on my shelf 🙂
A Library Book
I don’t currently have any physical books checked out from the library, but the most recent book I borrowed was Anna and the French Kiss which was a fun and delightful read!
A Book You Got As A Gift
I am actually surprised that Animal Farm was the only book on my shelf that was a gift (unless you count the books and ebooks that I bought using Indigo and Amazon gift cards!) This was given to me by a friend back in high school. I loved it so much which is why it still has a place on my shelf today.
A Childhood Book
Of course how can I not mention Harry Potter when it comes to childhood books!?
A Magical Book
Carry On was one of my favourite YA fantasy reads of all time. It made me laugh and it kept me hooked from beginning to end!
A Romantic Book
You know I don’t have too many romances on my shelf if I have to pick Rebecca for this one. By the way, this is the copy that I found in a used bookstore which I think is beautiful!
A Steamy Book
Haha as much as I like steamy books, Brokeback Mountain is the closest thing to a steamy book on my physical shelf.
An Old Book
I love love LOVE this copy of The Bronte Sisters, a compilation of Charlotte and Emily Bronte’s works that I found in a used book store. It is still in pristine condition!
A Book That Makes You Happy And/Or Laugh
I loved the series To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before so much, although I only have the first book in its physical form. I am terrible at collecting series lol 🙂
A Book That Makes You Emotional
Oh The Book Thief! Those last 30 pages broke me down :’)
A Book Whose Ending You Dislike
Brokeback Mountain was also a runner-up in the previous category. As much as I loved the story, I wished the ending were different!
A Book You Wish Had Illustrations
So far I haven’t read any Harry Potter books that had illustrations (though I feel like they must exist somewhere!)
A Book or Genre You Love to Read on a Rainy Day
Can’t go wrong with contemporary YA in my opinion 🙂
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