I was tagged in the I Love Spring Book Tag by Abi at What Makes A Good Book
Abi writes a monthly book tag and this month’s tag is about Spring. There are seven topics for this month.
1. How is spring where you live?
We just had a warm streak of 40s-50s the other weekend, but things have been getting chilly again. We’ve actually had snow the past few days. Looks can be deceiving and when I take Sarge for a walk and don’t bring mittens, I regret it. I am not looking forward to the rain and fro hair to come back 😦 However, it will be nice to be outside more and I will be landscaping galore this year.
2. Most anticipated book this spring?
I going to go with The Fates Divide (Carve the Mark #2) by Veronica Roth. I have yet to read the first one (but I want to…and soon!), however, from what I hear, it is amazing. Plus shout out to my homegirl since she is from the great land of Lincoln, like me!
3. What book cover makes you think of spring?
I knew which cover right away…mostly because I absolutely adore it! Not only that, but the novel itself reminds me of Spring. You know the phrase “Spring Cleaning”? Well, I think it can be taken two ways…both cleaning out your house/closet and also emotionally. This novel made me realize that I need to look at the world from a different perspective…which I do. So, like Spring, there is hope for the coming on a better future.
4. Where are you going to read this spring?
I imagine myself reading in my backyard, at a park, or at my parent’s house on their pond…anywhere where it is peaceful and quiet! Hopefully in my newly landscaped backyard, which will have more privacy and greenery. 🙂
5. Find a cover with the sun on it!
The sun is to the left, I swear! I love this cover and it clearly depicts what the story is about on a larger scale. It is the story of nine college students on their journey competing in rowing and representing the U.S. in the Olympics in Berlin during Hitler’s reign. Such a good read!
6. What are your favorite spring reads?
I would probably say I tend to read more fantasy, and young adult in the warmer weather. Throw in a few non-fictions. For whatever reason, I have a harder time reading mysteries in the spring, maybe because they have a darker premise…who knows!
7. Find a book with a ton of different colours on it.
This screams color! I NEED to read this book. So many books, so little time. I am a Marie Lu fan, though! While I was looking through my reads, I realized I tend to go for darker colored titles…whatever that means!
Bre @Paws and Paperbacks
Saman @Written in Ink Blog
Sidra @Written on Canvas Blog
I hope you enjoyed the tag, and let me know any answers to any questions on here in the comments!