I saw this tag done by Ariel Bissett on her Youtube channel. This tag was originally created by Regan at FaultyDevices on Youtube. Since Ariel changed a few of the questions up a bit, I ended up doing a combination of both Regan and Ariel’s questions.
The questions are based around social media sites, but with a bookish theme. So here are my picks for each major social media site.
Twitter- Your favorite shortest book.
The Giver has been a favorite book of mine for a long time now. It is one of my shortest books coming in at 179 pages.
Facebook- A book everybody pressured you into reading.
I thought the Twilight books were okay so I never thought to pick up The Host until after some friends dragged me to the movie. When they learned that I hadn’t read it yet, I found the book in my hands very quickly. I really enjoyed it!
Tumblr- A book you read before it was cool.
I’m going to sound so hipster but I have been a book pusher for Cinder since the day it came out. I had wandered into the bookstore that Tuesday and was instantly captivated by the cover. As soon as I read the synopsis, I knew Cinder had to come home with me. I bought it and read it that night. I love this series so much! If you haven’t read it, I would highly encourage you to do so!
MySpace- A book you don’t remember whether you liked or not.
I know I’ve read this, but I can’t remember if I liked it or not. In my defense, it’s been about twenty years since I’ve read it. I know it’s a collection of short stories but other than that I have no idea what it’s about. But if I had to hazard a guess, I’m going to guess I liked it based on the fact that I adore most of Robin McKinley’s work and I own a copy of it.
Instagram- A book that was so beautiful you had to instagram it.
Proof that I did indeed instagram this book. It’s so pretty with its vellum dust jacket! I ended it up with this book because my professor gave it to me after he finished it. He thought “it seemed like my kind of book”. I’m really excited to read this! It’s one of my most highly anticipated books of the summer.
Youtube- A book you wish would be turned into a movie.
There are so many books I want made into movies, but I think I want to see Dealing With Dragons and the rest of The Enchanted Forest Chronicles get made into an animated movie. Let’s get the creators of How To Train Your Dragon to do it. I think they’d handle this book and its snark admirably! Not to mention, they know how to draw dragons already. Or Miyazaki or Studio Ghibli could do it. I’d be okay with that.
Goodreads- A book you recommend to everyone.
Vicious was my favorite book of last year and it has found a place on my top five favorite books ever list. If you like villains and origin stories, this book is for you. Just go read it. Seriously. Everyone needs to read this book!
Skype- A book with characters that you wish you could talk to instead of just reading about.
This was an easy one to answer! If I could interact with any characters, it would be the characters from Harry Potter. The answer is always Harry Potter. But seriously, how fun would it be to talk to Ron, Harry, and Hermoine?
That is the Social Media Book Tag. If you feel like doing this on your blog, consider yourself tagged. Just make sure to leave a link to your post in the comments!
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