I have such a back log of YouTube videos I need to watch, it’s crazy. When I stumbled across this tag on Katherine’s Reads , I decided I wanted to do it!
Here’s the creator’s video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3iSTdYRS5s
Now for the Questions:
- Name a book that made you thankful you live in your world and not that book’s world.
- Give thanks to a book that changed your perspective.
- What character would you be thankful for if they were your significant other?
- What character would you say “thanks, but no thanks”?
- Name a book that made you laugh out loud, just like your drunk Uncle Earl at Thanksgiving.
- Name a book that made you incredibly angry…just like your drunk Uncle Earl at Thanksgiving.
- Finally, name one thing you are thankful for about the bookish community! (changed this one, since I’m not on Booktube 🙂 )
I really had to think about a few of these, I couldn’t settle on just one book for some of them.
- I’m probably not the only who is thankful that I don’t live in Panem, right? I’m not sure what I would if I got selected for The Hunger Games.
- For the book that changed my perspective, I have to thank The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy by Mackenzi Lee. As a woman during the 18th century, Felicity was not about to let men dictate her life choices. I also want to acknowledge Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli. It’s a book that made me grateful for all of the supportive people that I am lucky enough to have in my life.
- Thomas Cresswell from Kerri Mansicalco’s Stalking Jack the Ripper series….DUH
- The Darkling….sorry definitely not in his camp.
- Carry On by Rainbow Rowell or The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee.
- Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi. Don’t worry still one of my favorite books of the year. But there were points.
- I’m thankful for the bookish community because of the community! I think we can all agree that Bookish people are awesome 🙂
And no, I’m not going to elaborate about my choices…because SPOILERS. So if you’re curious, I do suggest reading all of them 😉