This week’s topic:
A book you weren’t sure about
Last week’s topic:
A mythical creature
Don’t mind me. I’m just entertaining myself here. I haven’t done one of these posts in a long time, but they are fun and I am in need of fun today, so I’ll include in this post all the ones I missed, which is a lot (yeahie! Something fun to do), and do this weekend’s topic as well. I’ll start with the most recent and work backwards.
A book with your least favorite trope
This tag sounds interesting. I was tagged by Ariana, the Quirky Book Nerd, back in November but I wanted to hold out until I finished cataloging my books before I did it, which is why it’s late. That sounds like a silly reason now, but it does make it easier to do this tag.
Basically, I have to select a book for each letter of the alphabet. Articles that start the title — “The,” “A,” “An” — do not count, so The Hunger Games would count for H. It’s not required that you have read the books, only that you own them.
It’s been a while since I’ve done an Exploring My Bookshelves post. Life has been so busy since the new year started but now I’m catching up. I’ll start with this weekend’s topic and work my way back.
A romance novel (in honor of Valentine’s Day)
I didn’t do one of these last weekend so I’ll pick up from there.
A book you meant to read in 2015
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these posts. First I got busy, then I couldn’t find a book that applies to the two prompts I missed:
A winter story
A Christmas story
I don’t think I own a book that I would classify as a winter or Christmas story. If I do, I either haven’t seen it or haven’t yet read it to know if it is.
A Christmas present (from any year)