Spring Flowers Book Tag

Welcome Spring! Oh, you have been missed! I absolutely love Spring and Texas has beautiful wild flowers. To honor the arrival of Spring, I’ve decided to do a book tag in connection to Spring Flowers. This is a time for happiness and a great time for a book tag!

Daffodil- A book about unrequited love
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Unrequited love is hard to come by. In Me Before You by Jojo Moyes, Louisa and Will have this love. Although, it isn’t what you think. It’s not a googly eyed drooling kind of love, it’s a how much are you willing to sacrifice love. You can read more about my review here.

Foxglove- A book you pretended to like
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Oh, one book I can understand the hype is Night Circus. It seems everyone is in love with that book. Anyways, if you ask me if I liked it, I’ll say “Ahh sure, yeah, you can say that.” I don’t know, if someone could explain to me their love, maybe I can understand.

Lilac- A book about a first love
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I’m not sure if this one really counts but I chose Fates and Furies. This book explores the relationship between a married couple. It shows the different perspectives from couple and their definitions of what marriage is.

Hyacinth- A book with a sad ending
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Never Let Me Go was a sad book in general. It was very thought provoking though but so sad. It’s one of the main reasons I didn’t enjoy the book.

Peony- A book that made
you feel embarrassed
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Well, the book didn’t really embarrass me, I was worried what other people would think when they saw me reading Eragon. It’s a book you read in like, middle school. It’s one of my absolute favorites though. So, I read it no matter what everybody else thinks.

Tulip- A book with the most beautiful declaration of love
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The most declaring love I can think of is to love one self. The perfect book that teaches to love yourself is, I Am That Girl. I loved this book and it helped me so much. I realized that to be successful and happy, you need to love yourself. Cheesy, but true.

Crocus- A book that made you laugh out loud
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This one was difficult for me because I don’t really read books that are “humorous”, but the Harry Dresden Files has some laughable moments. This series is also another absolute favorite of mine.

Pansy- A book that challenged you to think about an important or heavy subject
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I haven’t read it yet but I just ordered it tonight, it’s a book titled Unwind. It presents a very interesting alternative to abortion. I picked this book because it’s unordinary  idea.

Daisy- A book about a strong female friendship 
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I picked The String Diaries for this one because it’s a novel based on what a mother will do to save her daughter. I loved this book and it was such a strong relationship between mother and daughter.

I had so much fun doing this book tag, and so I tag anyone else who wants to enjoy it! I originally found this book tag on Dreaming of Ink and Paper. It’s a beautiful blog!

 

3 thoughts on “Spring Flowers Book Tag

  1. Zezee says:

    I love the Night Circus!! 😀 However, I do know there are some folks who didn’t like it as much. What I loved about it is the writing, how descriptive it is, and the circus itself, which is magnificent and quite original, at least to me. I like that the circus is like a character as well that grows and transforms as the story progresses. And I love the ending because I get the impression that the story we’ve been reading all along is one Widget tells the dude in the Grey Suit. I just love it. I doubt that my explanation helped, but it’s okay not to love it as much.

    And regarding Eragon, I feel the same when reading the second book, Eldest, on the train or any middle-grade or comic books. I tend to shrug off those thoughts about what others are thinking, but they do pester me sometimes.

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    • booksanddrinks1 says:

      Yeah, for Night Circus, I loved the whole idea of the pop up Circus and the magic behind it. That’s what really attracted me. But when I finished reading, I feel like I just expected more. Maybe I hyped myself up too much before I started reading lol.
      I loved the Inheritance Cycle way too much to care what anybody thought lol. I’m proud to be a book nerd!

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