Tag Thursday: Social Media Book Tag

Hello everyone!

I am here with my very first Tag Thursday post!

This week, I am going to be doing the social media book tag. It was created by faultydevices on YouTube, but I am using Ariel Bissett's version which you can check out here.

Basically, you have to pick a book that goes with the social media statement.

First, Twitter. This is your favourite shortest book. I would have to say that this book for me is We Were Liars by E. Lockhart this book was only 227 pages long, but it feels like it is so much longer. Plus, I really enjoyed this book!

Next, is Facebook, which is a book everyone pressured you to read. This one is a little tricky, I don't really have a ton of people pressuring me to read books, but I think that the BookTube community in general pressured me to read Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson. This wasn't my favourite book, but I know that a lot of people loved it. I feel like because it is a fairly new release, and now that it is summer, everyone is talking about this book.

Up next is Tumblr. Pick a book you read before it was "cool" or popular. And that for me would definitely have to be The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. I read that back in 2012, soon after it was released and before there was the hype and a movie.

After Tumblr is Myspace. This represents a book you don't remember liking or not. For me, this would have to be An Abundance of Katherines by John Green. I remember reading this book a year or so ago and I just don't remember what my thoughts were. I think I liked it but there were some parts that I didn't like, so I don't know if I did actually enjoy it.

Of course, what is a social media tag without Instagram. This is a book with a gorgeous, picture worthy cover that you couldn't help but Instagram and for me, that is Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins. I love everything about this cover, the font, the colour, the necklace and the dagger, ahh just so gorgeous.

Next up is YouTube, which represents a book you wish would be made into a movie. I think I would really love Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell to be made into a movie, just because it defies all social norms in terms of characters and events. It is just so raw and gripping but still filled with romance. Plus, the sound track would be awesome

Finally, Goodreads, a book that you recommend to everyone. For me, this is Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King. I have only recently read a couple of King's books and they have all been good, but I still go back to PIVD and remember how good it was.

And that's it! I hope you enjoyed this post and I will see you next Thursday for another tag!