Hello everyone! I’m trying to post regularly now, and this post is the proof, I guess? This post and the next few posts will be on awards/tags, because I am so behind on those! I’m doing the Sims book tag today, which Kate @TeenGirlMeetsWorld nominated me for in February. (Do you see how serious I’ve delayed everything??) Anyway, thank you so much Kate, I had so much doing the tag. 🙂
- thank the blogger who nominated you and link to their blog.
- answer all the questions.
- nominate as many bloggers as you want.
- link to the creator of this tag: Hailey @Hailey in Bookland.
The original Sims: the best author debut
The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee. It was so amazing and I loved it so freaking much.
The Grim Reaper: the saddest deaths
Yes, this book again. I don’t want to spoil anything for you, but *SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER* Eris. I cried my eyeballs out (not really. I didn’t cry at all. But then I had a book hangover of forever. I love this book SO MUCH.)
Simlish: a book with amazing writing
I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson was absolutely gorgeous. It is my favourite book so far. I loved all the characters so much. I didn’t really like The Sky is Everywhere but this. THIS. I was over the moon that I gave this author a second chance.
Expansion packs: a series where the books keep on getting better
I’ve yet to find one. Oh actually, on second thoughts… The Ruby Redfort series! Obviously. Hehehe.
Sim Romance: the worst case of insta-love
I have to agree with Kate on this one. Bella & Edward= love at the VERY FIRST SIGHT. Me likey the books, me not likey the romance.
Cheats: a book that was entirely unrealistic
I mean, this book is a good book for a one-day light read, but is completely unrealistic. An aspiring student actor with no previous formal experience suddenly gets lucky, and is cast to play the female protagonist in a blockbuster book series that is being made into films. Really? Don’t get me wrong though, It was a funny, light read.
Needs fulfillment: a character who made all the wrong decisions
Cammie Morgan: I’m guessing the third one from the left. Why on earth did you abandon Josh?? I was so confused because the first book was ALL ABOUT him, but then he does not appear in any of the others in any significant way, and Zach is the main love interest? Whatever, Cammie. Ugh. And what’s with the sneaking out and disobeying school rules just to meet up with a boy? Sorry, getting a little ranty there. 🙂
Unfortunately, I never get to meet this scene because I’m pretty sure I am not going to ever read the final book, but Cammie and Zach.
Error code 12: a series that started off great but went downhill from there
I read Divergent in a couple of days, and Insurgent in a week but I started Allegiant in January and still am not halfway through. Such a shame.
The Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter- the first book, I’d tell you I love you but then I’d have to kill you, remains one of my favourite books to date, but all the others? Not even memorable and I just gave up on the 6th book.
The Sims Vortex: a book/series that completely engrossed you
This book again. You need to read it. And the UK edition is so gorgeous, the pages have black ‘ink stains’ on them and some words are highlighted by being white when the background is black… you’ll get it when you see it. But get this edition is you have a choice. You won’t regret it.
I’m sorry if you’ve already done the tag, but look forward to reading your answers! Thank you again, Kate and for my followers & anyone who is reading this post! I hope you enjoyed. Don’t forget to enter the little writing competition! The deadline is on the 15th of April, please take part 🙂