Book Tag | Thank You, Next Book Tag

Another Sunday, another book tag.

I know it’s been a minute since I’ve done a book tag, but I’m happy to be back at them. And I thought it would be hilariously ironic to do this Thank You, Next inspired tag for Valentine’s weekend. I saw the ever-lovely Sofii @ABookAThought do this and knew I needed to save it. And the perfect moment has finally arrived.

The tag was originally created by thisstoryaintover, over on Booktube, so you all should check her video out, to support her! So without furhter adieu….

Name a book that you said “thank u, next” to, i.e. DNF’d (did not finish).

Meet Me at Midnight by Jessica Pennington

Meet Me at Midnight

There wasn’t really anything wrong with this book, it just started feeling way too long and I was bored out of my mind.

Name a book that taught you love (i.e. a book you loved).

Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Smith

Field Notes on Love

Everything about this story worked more me – I loved the romance, the family elements, and how fun it was, while still managing to break my heart.

Name a book that taught you patience.

The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

The Raven Boys (The Raven Cycle, #1)

I’m going to use the same answer as Sofii. I tried reading this 3 separate times before the 4th stuck and I was able to finish this book. Now the series is one of my all time favorites.

Name a book that taught you pain.

We Used to Be Friends by Amy Spalding

We Used To Be Friends

This was my first read of 2020 and I’m pretty sure it’s going to stick with me all year. It was so heartbreaking and sad watching a friendship just fall apart for no specific reason.

Name a book that you loved at the time of reading but in hindsight you do not like as much anymore but which you still learned some other quality from.

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Anna and the French Kiss (Anna and the French Kiss, #1)

I’m sure every YA fan read this series in the early 2010s and had a great time. But since revisiting the story, I’ve really honed in on my hatred of cheating plotlines.

Name a book you’re currently talking to, i.e. have the hots for.

Anna K: A Love Story by Jenny Lee

Anna K.: A Love Story

This is one of my most anticipated books of the year so I’m an excited and nervous ball of energy to be picking it up.

Name the book that gon’ last – the book of you – the book that helped you love yourself a little bit more.

Circe by Madeline Miller


I don’t ever really know what made this book so special to me, I just felt every ounce of emotion from Circe leap off the page and into my heart.


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