Hi! I know what you’re all thinking: “ANOTHER tag?!” And yep, it’s another tag! It’s not ’cause I don’t have a review ready, I swear. 😛 Anyway, let me get to it. I was tagged to do this by Emily @ Diary of a Bibliophile & Alicia @ #LoveBooks quite some time ago! Glad I’m finally getting to it. Thanks for tagging me, ladies!
So, in Emily’s version of this tag, she did ten bookish loves & hates, and ten non-bookish loves & hates, while in Alicia’s version, Alicia did five random loves & hates. I’m going to do a mix of both, and do the bookish edition of loves & hates (like Emily) but instead of ten, I’ll do five for each (like Alicia).
Five Bookish Loves
Fangirling over books with bloggers and friends. It’s always to great to find people who feel the same way about a book as you do! And I fangirl so much, it’s become a part of me. So, yes I love fangirling over book! Also, fangirling is just simply so much fun. Lol. 😄
Ranting about books with bloggers and friends. Just like it’s fun to fangirl over books, it’s so much fun ranting over a book I did not like! (Even though it really shouldn’t be fun…) Especially if those bloggers & friends feel the same way. If they don’t, it’s still fun, and interesting to see their POV. 🙂
Watching book-to-movie adaptations. I know lots of people who dislike book-to-film adaptations, but I always love seeing how they created the book into a movie. (Although I usually end up being disappointed afterwards…)
Getting new books. Especially if these books were on sale! First of all getting new books mean more reading material, secondly I can admire more covers, thirdly, if they were on sale they ease my mental conscience telling me, “You shouldn’t have bought that…” because then I can argue, “Well, they were on sale, and I will be buying these anyway later on, but then I’d have to buy them at full price.” LOL!
Blogging About Books. I’ve only been blogging for a bit, but I just love blogging!! I don’t want to stop. It’s always great to fangirl with bloggers over books (see first bookish love) and I’ve made so many blogging friends!! Everyone’s so welcoming, and always so friendly! Plus with all the tags and awards going around, I feel as if I know you bloggers better than (or just as much as) I know the people I hang out with. 😀
Five Bookish Hates
When I want a story to continue but the sequel hasn’t been released, or it’s a stand-alone. This has happened to me so much… It always makes me sad and kills me to wait for the next book to be released! Or when I read a stand-alone that really should have a sequel… like, noooooooo.
When a book ends. I think Emily also said this one, but it’s true! Unless I didn’t enjoy a book, it always sucks when a book ends. I just want more!
When book covers don’t match in a series. Yes, I’m one of those people. The covers must match!!!
When the characters ruin a book for me. I really dislike it what kept me from enjoying a book was the characters. Especially since we have to spend quite some time with characters in a book, I want to enjoy them! I most definitely don’t want to dislike them, or have them ruin my reading experience.
When I want to get a bunch of books but can’t. There are so many books I want to get!! I extremely dislike it when money gets in the way, or if the bookstore doesn’t have the book I’m looking for. 😦
I tag my next 10 followers:
- Cristian Mihai
- Caitlin @ Weezled
- Alice @ Down the Rabbit Hole
- Maren @ The Worn Bookmark
- Katie @ Clumsy Katie Reads Books
- Mariella Hunt
- Marie @ Drizzle & Hurricane Books
- Kevin Eleven
- Mandy @ Mandy’s Book Blog
- Anonymous Interrupters @ Just Another Out There
Of course, feel free to ignore this tag if you’re not interested! If you’ve already done this tag, I apologize. (In which case you can leave a link to the tag in the comments if you’d like!) If you haven’t done this tag, I’d love to read your answers! ❤
Hope you all had a great weekend!