Today I have the first tag post I have done since earlier this year. When I first started my blog I used to love doing these, and this one looks so fun. I love productivity, and I am an organisation queen. The prompts for this look so fun. The lovely Siobhan at Siobhan’s Novelties tagged me in this, I will tag 5 people below, but feel free to do this as well if you want to.
- Answer the prompts.
- Tag Some Friends.
- Link back to this post, and be sure to mention the creator (Sam @ Fictionally Sam)
- Have Fun
Planning | A Book That Is Completely Thought Out
For this I would have to say Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch. This book is so in depth, and is basically a story that occurs over many years of a boys life. There are so many different aspects to this book and it is honestly an intricate and detailed piece of work.
Focus | A Book That Kept Your Undivided Attention
This has to be Dolly Alderton’s Everything I Know About Love. I was obsessed with this book from the moment I opened it, it is about friendships and love life, which are topics I love to read about. The structure was so engaging and just really fun and humorous.
Delegating | A Book That Should Have Been a Series
I don’t think even have an answer to this, as I very rarely read series. If I am honest, I just don’t have the patience, I can’t wait to hear what other people say for this though.
Small Goals | Name a Book Below 150-Pages That You Loved
I very rarely read books under 150 pages, but a stand out for me has to be Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway. I hope this is under 150 pages, but I love this book and have read it about 3 times now. I just think it is so interesting and I love the writing style.
Peak Hours | A Book/Series You Can Only Read at a Certain Time
For me this has to be Wuthering Heights. I’m sure you will know what I mean when I say I can only read Wuthering heights during winter. It’s such a dark and cold setting, that I only ever can get into it when it’s cold outside.
Lists | A Book That You Finally Crossed Off Your TBR
Romeo and Juliet. I didn’t study this at school like most people did, so I never got the chance to read this when I was younger. However, I have always wanted to read this and only just got round to finishing it a few weeks ago. I ended up loving it, and would love to go and see it at the theatre.
Proactive | A Book That Is/Was Ahead of Its Times
Frankenstein always and forever. I will never get over this book, and in my opinion it is one of the best books ever written. The reason I think it was ahead of it’s times was because the concept is completely timeless and can be translated into so many different societies. It has also been adapted so many times even in popular culture.
Declutter | A Series You Wish You Could Unread
I have only read one book in this series, but I think I would have to say Me Before You. I know so many people love this book, but I think I’m just not the biggest fan of popular romance books, as I just find them a it cringy.
Multitasking | Books That You Read at the Same Time
Every book I read at university is my answer to this. I used to have to read at least 2 books every week. I think Sam Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners and Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure are the only ones I can find on Goodreads that overlap. Both amazing books. But typically I won’t read two books at once.