Another Sunday, another book tag!
This week I’m doing a tag I saw the ever-amazing Destiny do last year and I figured now is the perfect time to fantasize about all the summer adventures I wish I was having.
R U L E S:
- Link back to the original creator in your post.
- Feel free to use any of Tiffany’s graphics in your post, or create your own!
- Tag 5 other people at the end of your post, and let them know you’ve tagged them! ♡
A Song Below Water by Bethany C. Morrow | What’s the perfect summer fantasy story: sirens. And A Song Below Water weaves it’s Siren mythology expertly with modern problems of misogynoir.
Dani and Zafir from Take a Hint, Dani Brown | Not only do Dani and Zafir have chemistry that leaps off the page, but the open communication and emotional honesty was so refreshing to see!
Fable by Adrienne Young | Another seafearing book, in case one just isn’t enough for you this summer, but Fable’s journey from a thieve-ridden island aboard a rat-tag ship to reunite with her father is non-stop action you can’t put down.
I’ll Be the One by Lyla Lee | Yes, I have been gushing about this book since I read it in the beginning of June. No, I will not stop.
Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo | I have a habit of listening to Elizabeth Avecedo’s books in once sitting – especially her verse novels – because the story is so compelling I just can’t stop. Clap When You Land was the same experience for me.
Would Like to Meet by Rachel Winters | A Rom-Com all about reenacting meet-cutes to help a screen writter get his mojo back! A very cute – and quick – read.
Foul is Fair by Hannah Capin | This was my first Macbeth-related experience and it was awesome. It’s violent and poetic, vengeful and just, secretive and redemptive – and a completely satisfying revenge story.
Felix Love from Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender | Felix is my hero and his story is one of my favorites I’ve read this year. I honestly tried to plug this book a bunch of times in this tag, but I chose to try and limit myself and spread the love.
Hungry Hearts: 13 Tales of Food & Love edited by Elsie Chapman | While this wasn’t one of my favorite anthologies, the food descriptions alone are worth the read. You’re guaranteed to get some cravings . My favorite stories were: The Grand Ishq Adventure by Sandhya Menon; Kings & Queens by Elsie Chapman; The Slender One by Caroline Tung Richmond; & Panadería ~ Pastelería by Anna-MArie McLemore(4 stars)
Becoming by Michelle Obama | I didn’t realize how much I loved Michelle Obama until I listened to her book. Honestly, she is such an incredible figure and hearing her story made me feel like anything is possible.
What creative ways are you enjoying your summer this year? And while summer is fun, I honestly can’t wait to the weather to start cooling off!