Passed by this tag on Beach Bookworm. I am not tagged but there’s a strong force that says “do it”. Here we are…

1. Link back to the original creator, Naty @ Naty’s Bookshelf
2. Also link back to the person who tagged you!
3. Name one book for each category. Try not to repeat books to make this more fun!
4. Tag at least 5 people.

A Library Book

The closest thing I got from a library is a library copy my aunt got me from Auckland. Technically ex-copy now, it was sold there and got me NOS4A by Jon Hill and Stronger Than You Know by Jolene Perry.

Both are copies were like at NZ $1.00 it was a steal. And both are still unread I’m afraid.

NOS4A2         Stronger Than You Know

A Book You Got as a Gift

The Unexpected Everything

The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson, I really like. It was an unforgettable gift too, I personally got this book signed as well along with my earlier copies.

A Childhood Book

The Hidden Staircase (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, #2)

Gots me some Nancy Drew books, to this day I still get on some titles.

A Magical Book

Reign of Mist (The Oremere Chronicles, #2)

The Oremere Chronicles’ by Helen Scheuerer, I absolutely LOVE it. Y’all should watch out, there is now a growing love for Captain Fiore Murphadias.

Review of Heart of Mist

Review of Reign of Mist

A Romantic BookThe Impossibility of Us

The Impossibility of Us by Katy Upperman. It’s poignant, intense, and I was swooning over the moon. There were tales of questioning right and wrong morality and business of the heart.

Review of The Impossibility of Us

A Steamy Book

What Kind of Day (Six 32 Central, #1)

What Kind of Day by Mina V. Esguerra, both steamy-kilig to death and inspiring read. Ben and Naya meet on a touring van in Manila where it all started… Now, will take us on a journey that would determine how we’ll let our day be.

Review of What Kind of Day

An Old Book

Murder on the Orient Express (Hercule Poirot, #10)

This one is a classic, come on. And I saw the movie too. Gosh, pure aesthetics. Love both book and movie. No debate.

A Book That Makes You Happy and/or Laugh

My Fair Godmother

It’s the My Fairy Godmother Series by Jannette Rallison, I have read two from it and I can’t help but laugh and swoon over the characters introduced from each book. I enjoyed hanging out with them. And it’s a read you won’t get sick of rereading over time.

A Book That Makes You Emotional

Ghost of a Feeling

Ghost of a Feeling by Celestine Trinidad has to be it. A quick read that seriously struck me so hard. I couldn’t recommend this book enough. It deals with mental health and with a little ghostly love story.

Review of Ghost of Feeling

A Book Whose Ending You Dislike

King's Cage

Years after I still feel conflicted about this book. I feel robbed that this could have been the conclusion in the Red Queen series, robbed that I was milked for an unnecessary novel? Or should I rejoice that it was extended? It still had elements that made me look forward to War Storm so…

A Book You Wish Had Illustrations

The Art of Escaping

Ohhhh, The Art of Escaping by Erin Callahan sounds something amazing to have illustrations in. Mattie has an obsession with the art of escapology. Which deals a lot with visualization, so I feel like it’ll be greater if it does have them.

Review of The Art of Escaping

A Book or Genre That You Love Reading When It’s Raining

I just pick up whichever I am in the mood in, sit, feet up and just dive into that book and get lost in its world.

That’s it. If you’re reading this then…

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Or not, feel free to do the tag.

What books are on your bookshelf? Have you read any books from my list? If not I totally recommend them.

Farewell Temp