Spring Cleaning Book Tag #WordforWordReadathon
Hello everyone! How have you guys been doing with the readathon? I have been falling in love with The Book Thief by Markus Zusak all over again and I just love the story so MUCH! Since I have the whole month off of school I have decided to do as many readathons as possible not only #WordforWord or the one in my lovely Book Club, The Bookalicious Book Club, so later today I will be posting my TBR for another very magical and exciting readathon! How has social distancing been treating you? I have done some crazy things out of being trapped all day in my house that I never thought I would ever do. Anyways, here is the lovely Book Tag! (I tag whoever wants to do it!)
The sixth book in the School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani which I can't remember the title of at the moment!
1. Getting started: A book series you’ve been wanting to read
I have wanted to read SOOO many series recently but one that I have been dying to get my hands on is The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken! All of my reader friends have read the series and loved it and there is such high praise and I would kill to get my hands on that series.
2. Cleaning/organizing the closet: The best way to organize books
I love organizing my bookshelves either by size or by color. I find both of them aesthetically pleasing and they just make me happy. However, I have been considering putting all of my classics in order according to when they came out so if I'm in the mood for the twenties then I can go there and I can see the trends from those years (inspired by a lovely classics youtuber I recently discovered!) I also like the idea of organizing by genre/age group because I read so diversely and I am such a mood reader that I think it would make my life soo much easier!
3. Getting rid of unnecessary things: Book/series you no longer need
I have actually considered doing another Unhaul post really soon but it makes me so sad to see my books go even though I know it is for a good cause. One of those books is Matched by Ally Condie! When I first read the book I thought it was amazing but now that I feel like I have a better understanding of books because I have read more and reviewed more books, I feel like the book just didn't have the best plot and that the characters are kind of generic. This may be because I read it a few years ago but I know I never will reread it and I know I won't continue with the series so it is just taking up space on my shelves.
4. Get some air: Your favorite light-hearted read
The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren is such a good book to read if you are in the mood for a laugh! There are so many situations that are almost crazy and I laughed soo many times while reading this book. Olive did annoy me sometimes but I still enjoyed the book overall!
5. Clean out the kitchen cupboards: Favorite food-themed read
I love books with a baker as one of the characters but I do not read a lot of books where food is the actual theme! I do love Heartless by Marissa Meyer, though! All of the desserts she makes sound soooo delicious!
6. Dust the shelves: What’s the fifth book on your bookshelf?
The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan which I have read and loved!
7. Wishing for the end: A 2020 release you’re really excited about
8. Long but satisfying: The longest book series you’ve read
I think it may be A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket! I have two books left in the series and I am very excited to get to the end.
Well, that is it! I hope you enjoyed! I hope you are reading a bunch! Happy Reading!