Back to School Book Tag

Hello fellow readers! It’s September, and most of the people I know went back to school this month. Even though I didn’t, I felt like doing this tag just for fun. I haven’t created it, but I saw a bunch of different BTS tags online and decided to do one of them. Anyway, without further ado, here it is!

Back to School

English: Name your favorite author’s writing style

Leigh Bardugo. She’s definitely my favorite author this year. I read all of the Grisha books and I want need MORE.

leighbardugo

Math: A book that made you frustrated

Breaking Dawn, Stephenie Meyer. I wanted a war. I was expecting a big epic war in the last book of the series, just like in Harry Potter, but then nothing happened and I was pretty bummed about it.

Breaking_Dawn_cover

Science: A book that really made you think or question things

My Sister’s Keeper, Jodie Picoult. When I read this book I kept stopping to question my opinions, and morality in general. I kept trying to picture what I would do in such a position, what was right and wrong. For that, and much more, it’s a wonderful book.

mysister'skeeper

History: Your favorite book from a different time period

Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen.

northangerabbey

Art: Your favorite book with pictures

Seconds, Bryan Lee O’Malley.

seconds

Drama: A book you would love to see turned into a movie

Simon VS the Homo Sapiens Agenda, Becky Albertalli. (Book Discussion here.)

simonhomosap

Music/Band: A character with a similar music taste to you

Charlie, from The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky.

theperks

Lunch: A food from a book you would love to try

Anything from Harry Potter.

I basically want EVERYTHING from this series. The food, the schools, the friends, the spells. ❤

hp

Bus Ride Home: A book or author that is relaxing

The Time Keeper. Anything I read from Mitch Alborn had an amazing relaxing effect on me.

time keeper mitc

Extra Credit: A book someone recommended that you enjoyed

Bone Gap, Laura Ruby. (Book Discussion here.)

laura ruby


I Tag …

  1. Balie, from novelersblog
  2. Susana, from abagfullofstories
  3. Cath, from bookishmaug
  4. Hollie, from hollieblog
  5. Lucy, from lucyandacupfulloftea
  6. And you, and you, and you too!

4 thoughts on “Back to School Book Tag

  1. Last week, when choosing which book I’d read next, I was debating between Austen’s “Sense and Sensibility” and “Northanger Abbey”… and S&S won. But I may read Northanger in December; I’m trying to read a variety of novels/authors, and while I’ve read some Jane Austen and Thomas Hardy this year, I had gaps in between their books.

    Fun list!

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    1. Ouhhh let me know what you thought of Northanger Abbey when you read it! I was thinking of rereading it since it’s been a few years already. We could buddyread! 😀
      I should definitely read more of Austen’s novels too haha.

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