Meet the Book Blogger Tag

Hello, reader!

It’s time for another lovely tag. This time, I’ll be doing the Meet the Book Blogger tag, which I was tagged for by the wonderful Becky @ Becky’s Book Blog! Thank you so much for the tag, Becky. I’m sorry it’s taken me forever to get to it ๐Ÿ˜… Becky has an incredible blog where she talks about all things bookish. If you haven’t checked her out, you definitely should! And maybe give her a follow when you drop by.

So, as I’m sure you can imagine, this tag will teach you a little bit more about me, your friendly neighborhood McBookNerd! I always love doing tags like these because the questions are usually a lot of fun. This particular one was created by ย Samantha and Amber @Bibliomavens. They came up with some great questions, too!

That being said, let’s jump in, shall we?

The Rules:

  • Nominated bloggers can nominate ten other bloggers.
  • Use the same questions from the tag.

The Questions:

Who is your all-time favourite book character?

Okay, so we’re not starting off easy, huh? Ummm… I’m going to go with a recent favorite in an attempt to not talk about the same book for all of these questions ๐Ÿ˜‚ So I’m picking Xiala from Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse! She’s a Teek sailor that is tasked with transporting a “harmless” man across the sea. She’s everything I love in a main character! She’s sarcastic, she’s flawed, and she has a heart that is both bold and caring. I loved all the POVs in this book, but Xiala was far and away my favorite.

If you were stranded on a desert island, which book would you take with you? (Survival books do not count)

Hahahaha, WHY U DO THIS?! This is tough because a lot of books I love are parts of series and there’s no way I’m trying to exist on a desert island with only part of a well-loved series! So now I gotta think of all the standalones I’ve loved… Okay. Okay okay okay. This was a tough decision, but I’m going with The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern for a couple of reasons. One, I adore Morgenstern’s writing, so I don’t think I would ever get tired of reading it. And, two, it’s the kind of book that hits differently each time you pick it up, so I wouldn’t get bored!

Whatโ€™s your most unpopular book opinion?

Um… hmm. I don’t know if this counts, but probably the way I have my bookshelves set up? Or, rather, the complete lack of organization that is my bookshelves. I just throw the books on there are pray for more room, at this point, lol. The only other thing I can think of is that I’m very lukewarm about fae books. I dunno… they just don’t really capture my interest ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿพโ€โ™€๏ธ

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