It's time for another book tag. First, before I do anything.. I want to give credit to my girl Castle Library for making this original creative book tag. Thanks for tagging me in it. I got so happy when you tagged me in this because I am a huge Potter fanatic. Come on! What book nerd isn't?
As I was sitting here, I began to be curious about who are my top five most-read authors according to Goodreads. So obviously, I went and did a search and thought it would be cool to share with you guys who they are and what books I have read by them.
First and foremost, I want to put out there that I am in no way an expert when it comes to blogging. I have only been at it for four months now. However, every single day I am immersing myself into the community and learning every single thing I can about blogging. To me, this isn't just a hobby. Maybe, it's the perfectionist in me but I like doing things full force and not half-assing things. Screw my french.. because let us be honest here. There are thousands of other competitors out there.
I am a huge musical fanatic and a fan of this film. When I saw bookish bits blog doing this tag. I immediately knew I needed to do it as well. If you have not seen this film yet. You need to stop what you are doing and go get a copy immediately! You will not regret it. Thanks to this booky place for creating this tag.
Lately, I have been reading a lot of YA books with cheesy fluffy romance or first love scenarios. Let me say finding a YA book that does not have a romance is hard to come by. But yes, they do in fact exist. As a single girl in my 20s, I am tired of reading about the romance period. At least for now anyway. I find myself getting annoyed very easily as I read the character's dialogue and watching them fall in love. I don't know maybe I am being more of a pessimist lately and just fed up with love in general.