Harry Potter was one of the first book series I ever read, and even almost ten years later, it still stands out. Thanks Sophie @ Blame it on Chocolate for nominating me for this very fun tag! She has amazing book reviews and tags.
The Harry Potter book tag was created by Trang and Lashaan @Bookidote. Also, in the future, I may use the graphics. So stay tuned.
Flagrate, A Writing Charm: A book you found the theme interesting, but you’d like to rewrite it.
The Selection series by Keira Cass. I really liked the idea, but I felt like the execution and characters needed some work.
Alohomora, Unlocking charm: The first book in a series that got you hooked.
Any book in a series, honestly. Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone, Clockwork Angel, The Lightning Thief, The Angel Experiment, Clockwork Scarab…too many to count.
Accio, summoning spell: A book you wish you could have right now.
The Six of Crows, by Leigh Bardugo. Ugh, I’ve heard so many good things about it, and the concept sounds amazing!
Avada Kedavra, A Killer Book. Both senses. Take it as you like it.
Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver. Dang, that started off so nice…then it was twisted. On reread, it was great!
Confundo, a book that you found really confusing.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The sentences felt like a bunch of random words strung together into semi-coherent sentences. I just couldn’t understand it.
Expecto Patronum, your spirit animal book.
I don’t know. I love a lot of books, but…I dunno what would count as a spirit animal book.
Sectumsempra, Dark charm: a dark, twisted book.
I’m cheating, but the Webtoon Bastard. Dang, was that a twisted ride.
The Infernal Devices series. I thought this would be a fun, fluffy read, but it turned into a feels ride. I became so attached to the characters.
Well, I’m not tagging anyone this time around because I feel as though everyone has done this tag. But if you haven’t done this tag….YOU’RE TAGGED!
Also, I need some suggestions on things to post about besides tags, reviews, and top tens lists. I’m beginning the last arc of my Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction series, and I’m scared of writer’s block. So please, can you guys give me so suggestions?