I know I know, the whole Bookending Spring event ended, but I still have one final prompt to do. This one is hosted by Sam, one of the organisators of this lovely event. Missed out on all the fun? Bookending Summer runs from July 1 to July 31, so you can join in then! But without further ado, let’s do this final original tag of the Spring event and let’s talk about productivity.
- Answer the prompts.
- Tag some friends.
- Link back to this post, and make sure to mention the creator (Sam @ Fictionally Sam)
- Have fun!
Planning | A book that is completely thought out.
Literally all books by Sarah J. Maas. The worlds are so rich and totally mapped out and all the plots come together so beautifully and I keep finding new things when rereading these books. Especially the ACOTAR series. Yes, I agree on that with Sam.
Focus | A book that kept your undivided attention
Recently it has been Jennifer L. Armentrout‘s If There’s No Tomorrow. I devoured it because I wanted to continue on and on.
Delegating | A book that should have been a series
I have to agree with Sam again: The Priory Of The Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon. It could have been much more action-packed and more importantly, les intimidating and huge whenever this book was split in more books.
Small goals | Name a book below 150 pages that you loved
Okay not exactly sure whether this has less than 150 pages, but Fairest by Marissa Meyer. It’s a The Lunar Chronicles novel, so yeah.
Peak Hours | A series you could only read at a certain time
I have no idea. I read whatever I want whenever I want, so there’s no particular book I was only able to read at that particular time.
Lists | A book that you finally crossed off your TBR
To Kill A Kingdom by Alexandra Christo. I wanted to read this book for a year now and I finally did. However, it really disappointed me.
Proactive | A book that is/was ahead of its time
I guess Harry Potter? I really don’t know.
Declutter | A series you wish you could unread
Either Twilight or The Selection. I really loved them at the time, but now I wonder why I did. I have read so many books that are much better.
Multi-tasking | books that you read at the same time
I always read multiple books at the same time. I had to choose what book I want to read next to Illuminae, but not sure yet.
you, you and you! Exactly, consider yourselves tagged 🙂