I would like to quickly apologize for the lack of a post over the past few weeks, especially the Tag Tuesday post. I haven’t been feeling well and it’s been difficult for me to find the energy to do the things I need to do between dragging myself from point A to point B without falling asleep… But hey! I’m here now! 🙂
This week’s Top 5 Wednesday is “Books to Read without the Synopsis”. There are some books that are just better if you don’t have any warning to what is going to happen. These are my top 5.
This week’s Top 5 Wednesday is “classes based on books or characters from books.”
Welcome to School Death! Your major is Murder, concentration Magic. Below are 5 of the classes that you will be taking, as an example of what to expect. You will find a complete list in your syllabus, along with a schedule and rules. I can’t stress this enough… no murdering your classmates. You will have your chance to practice soon enough after you learn how to kill correctly. Remember, the difference between a free killer and a convicted murderer is the free killer knows how to get away with it.
Howdy everyone! It’s that time again: Tag Tuesday! This one is going to be pretty fun. As you all probably know by now if you follow my personal blog, my one and only munchkin just started PreK this year! Next year, my husband is going back to school to become a CNA, or maybe me for my Literature degree. Who knows?! We haven’t figured that out yet, but we have time. #Procrastination So we have been talking a lot about school in this house lately. This tag is brand new as well, so it couldn’t have come at a better time.
I love a good romance, but friendship tends to be pushed to the back burner way too often, especially in YA. Sure, there’s still friendship, but it doesn’t really seem to feel like friendship. It’s usually more along the lines of acquaintances pretending to be friends. I like to see some laughing, rough housing, teasing, and even fighting. Because that’s what friends do. It’s particularly hard to find a YA book that has a bromance, two guys who are super close — AND the writer actually shows us that fact. So here are my top 5 bromances!
I would like to quickly mention that you may not agree with my answers. That’s okay. Opinions are like assholes. We all have one and sometimes they stink. But we accept that to be a fact and move along. If you think my opinion stinks, you can politely point it out but don’t go screaming at me, mmkay? I can’t help it if my opinions have gas. 😘
I am really happy with this week’s topic for Top 5 Wednesday. I’m always talking about the books I have read recently, but I never really talk about the books I read “way back when”.
I joined Goodreads back in April 2012. That’s right! I just celebrated my 5th year of being a Goodreads member… or didn’t celebrate… because I didn’t realize my anniversary was April until today. Awkward. Sorry Goodreads! I love you! Please don’t leave me!
So below are my top 5 books before April 2012. P.S. I’m not adding Harry Potter in, because that’s kind of a given (as usual)…
I have decided to start posting a tag every Tuesday. Sorry that it’s so close to Top 5 Wednesday, but #TagTuesday is, well, on Tuesday and Top 5 Wednesday is a group that posts on, you guessed it, Wednesday… so I didn’t choose the dates y’all! I’m just jumpin’ on the bandwagon.
So for this week’s tag… I was actually tagged! Yes! It’s working. 😀 <- cheesy grin. Thank you Iryna from @BooksAndSword for the tag! For all of you reading, if you want to tag me on one of your book tags, please do!
“All right, people, listen up, because I’m only saying this once! You’re all a bunch of ducklings, and I’m your devilishly handsome daddy duck. That means you’re following my ass out of this place, you hear me?”