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Disney Book Tag

This was originally started by Kat over at Katytastic   – Check out her channel it’s great and I love her.


1. The Little Mermaid – a character who is out of their element, a “fish out of water”

For this one I’m going to go with America from the Selection series. She is put in to this princess role and it’s just not her. She doesn’t understand it cause she’s used to being poor
2. Cinderella – a character who goes through a major transformation

I’m going to say Feyre from ACOTAR. She goes from being  a human to a high fae. That’s pretty big.
3. Snow White – a book with an eclectic cast of characters

The Sword of Summer from Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard. All the characters are so different and fun.
4. Sleeping Beauty – a book that put you to sleep

The Glittering Court. I ended up DNFing it.
5. The Lion King – a character who had something traumatic happen to them in childhood

Lily from It Ends with Us. She dealt with abuse as a kid.
6. Beauty and the Beast – A beast of a book (a big book) that you were intimidated by, but found the story to be beautiful

Winter by Marissa Meyer. That book is over 800 pages long. I loved the story though and it was amazing.
7. Aladdin – a character who gets their wish granted, for better or worse

Maddy from Everything, Everything. No spoilers.
8. Mulan – a character who pretends to be someone or something they are not

Again gonna go with Feyre at the beginning of ACOWAR. If y’all have read it you understand
9. Toy Story – a book with characters you wish would come to life

Lux Series. Mostly just Daemon and Kat because Katy is a book blogger and Daemon is a hot alien.
10. Disney Descendants – your favorite villain or morally ambiguous character

SEBASTIAN. That is all.

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Totally Didn’t Book Tag

I got this book tag from and it was originally created by so go check both of their videos out!

  1. Totally Didn’t Need A Sequel: For this one I’m going to go with The Maze Runner trilogy. I enjoyed The Maze Runner, but the rest of the books were so boring and I has the hardest time getting through them.

2) Totally Didn’t Need to Have More Than One Point of View:  Guys Allegiant. Allegiant made me so mad because of the ending and the dual perspective totally gave away the ending.

3) Totally Didn’t Need to Have a Cover Change in the Middle of the Series:  The Lux Series. On the last book Opposition the publisher came out with a weird book cover that matched none of the other books. But they recently came out with one to match.

4) Totally Didn’t Need to have a Love Triangle: Sweet Series by Wendy Higgins. In the second book Sweet Peril, a character’s introduced and there is a small love triangle that ends like when it begins, but still. We all knew what was endgame.

5) Totally Didn’t Need This Book to be included in the series:  Insurgent . This book was so boring. I honestly don’t remember what even happened in the book.

6) Totally Didn’t Need a Cliffhanger: A Court of Mist and Fury.  GUYS I have been waiting so long for ACOWAR. I’m so excited for it and that cliffhanger though.

7) Totally Didn’t Need to have one point of view: A Court of Mist and Fury. I would have loved to have a point of view from Rhysand. I think it would be amazing to see how he fell for Feyre.

8) Totally Didn’t need that much hype: Maze Runner again. Refer to Question 1.

9) Totally Didn’t Need a relative book reference:  Covenant series. Everybody compares it to Vampire Diaries, but it’s so different.

10) Totally Didn’t even deserve my time:  Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. No explanation necessary.

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Reading Resolutions 2017 Book Tag

Hey guys! I wanted to do something different. I was thinking of doing a book tag once a month just to mix things up so that way it wasn’t all reviews. And also doing wrap ups and TBR for the month (I’ll start doing the TBR for next month)

So here is my Reading Resolutions for 2017 book tag! I do not know who created this tag, but I have seen booktubers do it and I decided to tag along.

  1. An author you would like to read that you’ve never read before: Colleen Hoover. I have like every book by her on my TBR for this year because I’ve heard so many amazing things about her work so I’m excited to read her books.
  2. A book you would like to read: Every single book on my list, but specifically Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins. It will be my first book by her and I know my best friend loved those books.
  3. A classic you would like to read: I honestly don’t like classics that much, but probably Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.
  4. A book you want to reread: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. I’m starting college this Fall and I think that book might make me feel better about college.
  5. A book you’ve had for ages but haven’t read: Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. I’ve heard so many things about this book and I heard it’s a lot like Harry Potter.
  6. A big book you’d like to read: A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas. Who isn’t excited for this book to come out? She is such a talented writer and I’m excited to see what happens.
  7. An author you’ve read in the past that you want to read more from this year: Cassandra Clare. I’m looking forward to reading The Bane Chronicles, The Shadowhunter’s Codex, The Tales of the Shadowhunter Academy, and of course Lord of Shadows. Cassie is one of my fave authors and I’m so ready to read more from her.
  8. A book you got for Christmas you’d like to read: Tales of the Shadowhunter Academy because Cassandra Clare.
  9. A series you want to read from start to finish: The Winner’s Trilogy by Marie Rutkoski because the books sound so good and the covers are gorgeous.
  10. A series you want to finish that you’ve already started: Off the Page by Jodi Picoult. It’s the sequel to Between the Lines.
  11. How many books do you plan to read in 2017? 85.
  12. Do you have any other reading goals? No.                                                                     Comment below some resolutions!                                                                                            Until Next Time,                                                                                                                                    Alex!