Reviving the Goodreads Tag

Hey guys, I really wanted to do a book tag, and knowing that i’d never be tagged by somebody myself, I decided to look up some book tags and answer the questions. I know the Goodreads tag is a bit older, so I decided to do it for the sake of doing it.

1. What was the last book you marked as ‘read’?

last-read

The last book I marked as ‘read’ was Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. I have a book and movie review up for this book, actually.

2. What are you currently reading?

I am reading Heartless by Marissa Meyer, Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare, and Prodigy by Marie Lu.

3. What was the last book you marked as ‘to read’?

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The last book I added was Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children on November 3, 2016.

4. What book do you plan to read next?

Crooked Kingdom

Crooked Kingdom, definitely!

5. Do you use the star rating system?

I do use the rating system. I like how the rating system works, but it is a little frustrating when you simply have no idea, and you can’t choose one or the other. (When you give the book a 4.5, but you don’t want to round it up to a five, so you have to click the ‘four’ even when the book is worth more than that.)

6. Are you doing the 2016 reading challenge?

I was, earlier this year, but it’s too much stress. I can’t handle going onto Goodreads, and the little window on the side telling me that I’m 14 miles late.

7. Do you have a wishlist?

I do not have a wishlist on Goodreads. At least, I don’t think so…

8. What book do you plan to buy next?

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I’ve been wanting to read this for a while, and I started it online a few weeks ago by searching up the PDF online. I’d really rather have the physical copy, so that means  I NEED THE BOOK!

9. Do you have any favorite quotes? Would you like to share a few?

“You are not trivial.”
Cassandra Clare, City of Fallen Angels

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
Oscar Wilde

“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”
Dr. Seuss

10. Who are your favorite authors?

I love J.K. Rowling, Rick Riordan, Leigh Bardugo, and Kiera Cass. I also really like Jandy Nelson, Rainbow Rowell, and Marie Lu.

11. Have you joined any groups?

In the past, yes. I also created a few, but when I realized that A) my groups weren’t getting any members that felt like they were committed to participating, and B) I was getting a lot of unwanted emails from groups didn’t participate in myself, I left all of my groups.

12. How many shelves do you have on Goodreads?

I have five custom shelves, which are ‘my most favorite books’ ‘the okays’ ‘some cry-worthy moments in here’ ‘the classics of the classics’ ‘the perfect action books.’

3 thoughts on “Reviving the Goodreads Tag

    1. Well, Prodigy is a kind-of reread, considering I got about 70% through with it a little bit ago, then started it up again. It’s still a great book!
      Clockwork Prince is okay…I’m not exactly sure about it, but I love Cassandra Clare, so I’m giving it a chance.
      Heartless is definitely the one that I’m having the least trouble reading; I love the plot. I’m not very far into it AT ALL, but I still love the concept.

      Also, I completely agree about having half-stars on Goodreads; I feel like it would make some of my reviews so much more honest.

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      1. YAY!!!!! I loved all three and I really hope you enjoy them. I think Clockwork Princess was the best one of the three so Prince definitely builds up for that one. Heartless was amazing and I hope you get all the feels lol. Happy Reading!

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