My Life in Books

book tag

Nicole over at Nikolieohlieoh challenged me to complete the My Life in Books tag.

Here’s what you do:
Book titles for each of your initials
Count your age along your bookshelf – what book do you land on?
A book that is set in your state
A book destination you’d like to visit
A book that’s your favorite color
A book you have the fondest memories of
A book you had the most difficulty reading
Which book on your TBR shelf will you feel the most accomplished to finish?

So let’s get started!

Book Titles for Each of Your Initials

T: Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
twilight

J: Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta (LOVED this book and so glad that this tag reminded me of it. Might have to consider rereading it now…)

Jellicoe Road

S: The Selection by Keira Cass

The Selection

Count Your Age Along Your Bookshelf:
The Lover’s Dictionary by David Levithan
lover's dictionary

A Book that is Set in your State (Wisconsin):
The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin (Who knew?!)
westing game

A Book Destination You’d Like to Visit:
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by JK Rowling (Hogwarts duuhhh)
HP SS

A Book that’s in Your Favorite Color:
I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson (I don’t have a favorite color so I’m cheating. Deal with it) PS this book was SOOOO good! SO GOOD YOU GUYS (I listened to it on Audio)
give you the sun

A Book You Have the Fondest Memories Of: 
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer (Yes this is a duplicate, no I do not care. For details, see my friend Nicole’s post here. She did a much better job describing it than I ever could)
twilight

A Book You Had the Most Difficulty Reading:
The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson (I’ll be honest I never actually finished this one. Thought it was going to be far more interesting than it was. How do you make a story about a serial killer boring?!)
devil in the white

Which Book on Your TBR Pile Will You Feel the Most Accomplished After Reading?
Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace (This sucker is huge. HUGE)
Infinite Jest

I tag Ashleigh over at A frolic through fiction. Have fun!

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