How I Choose My Books Tag

Once again, the excellent Riddhi B. at Whispering Stories tagged me to do How Do I Choose My Books, Tag. She does blogging much better than me, so go check her blog out; you won’t regret it

The tag was initially created by thebookishunderdog.

 Find a book on your bookshelves with a blue cover. What made you want to pick up this book?

The Lessons of Labradors (Love & Pets, #4)

It’s the fourth book in the Love & Pets Series, loving this series so far, and the books can be read as a standalone, which is I’m reading them.

 Think of a book you didn’t expect to enjoy, but did. Why did you read it in the first place?

Come For Me, Darling (Calusa Key, #1)

I thought it would be too cheesy, but in the end, it was not bad.

Stand in front of your bookshelf with your eyes closed and pick a book at random. How did you discover this book?

Intermediate Thermodynamics (Chemistry Lessons, #2)

So, I don’t have a physical bookshelf, so I clicked on my Goodreads TBR shelf, put it at random sort, closed my eyes, and picked a book. I picked on Intermediate Thermodynamics (Chemistry Lessons #2) by Susannah Nix. I have a feeling that it will be a fun light read.

Pick a book that someone personally recommended to you. What did you think of it?

Splintered (Splintered, #1)

It was recommended by Tanya @ Indie Book Maven, and we were supposed to buddy read, but that didn’t happen. I can’t share my thoughts since I haven’t got around to read it.

Pick a book that you discovered through booktube/bookstagram/book blogs. Did it live up to the hype?

Burn Our Bodies Down

I saw Books and Lala reading it and talk about it, and I gave it 4 stars, so it’s sure worth the hype for me.

Find a book on your shelves with a one-word title. What drew you to this book?

Up!

Up! is a short LGBT+ romance novella.

Think of your all-time favorite books. When did you read these, and why did you pick them up in the first place?

Think of your all-time favorite books. When did you read these, and why did you pick them up in the first place?

Ok, if you see any of my monthly wrap-ups, you know I read many books and picking favourites is impossible. However, all my favourites are all books I can relate to in one way or another.

So, I’m tagging (Don’t feel pressured to do it)

Anna Book Nook

The Fictionnal Journal

Rainy Days and Cliches

Alex

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