The Selena Gomez Book Tag

How about something different this Monday? I was tagged by Books with Brogan back in February to do the Selena Gomez book tag. I’ll admit I’m not a huge Selena Gomez fan, but this tag looks like fun!

The Rules

  • Thank the person who tagged you and leave a link to their blog – Thanks, Brogan!
  • Mention the creator of the tag: Nehal @ Books and Words
  • Answer the prompts
  • Tag at least 5 people
  • Just have fun!

Love You Like A Love Song: A romance novel that is cliché but you still love it

This Is What Happy Looks Like (This is What Happy Looks Like, #1)

This is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith

Genre: YA

My Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

Everything that Jennifer E. Smith writes is so adorable! I’ve read a handful of her YA romances and they are just pure fluff and comforting emotions.

Rare: A book with a female protagonist unlike any other

The Adoration of Jenna Fox (Jenna Fox Chronicles, #1)

The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary Pearson

Genre: YA Sci-fi

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

I can’t tell you why the protagonist is unlike any other because *spoilers,* so you’ll have to either take my word for it or read the book for yourself!

Look At Her Now: A character who suffered a lot (physically/mentally) but eventually recovered and is now at the better end of life

Love Flies: Patience (Leaving Lennhurst #2)

Love Flies: Patience (Leaving Lennhurst #2) by Julia David

Genre: Christian Historical Fiction Romance

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

See my review for more information about this one. It’s a rough story, but deep-hitting and presented well.

Wolves: A book that got you out of a reading slump

A Distant Melody  (Wings of Glory, #1)

I honestly can’t remember the last time I was in a reading slump? Usually when I’m not reading as much, it’s because I’m too busy with other things. I can say that A Distant Melody reinvigorated me the first time I read it. This was the first book I read by Sarah Sundin, who has since become a favorite author!

It Ain’t Me: A character you used to like but not anymore

The Selection (The Selection, #1)

Can I list every single stereotypical dystopian heroine here? I used to be so into post-apocalyptic stories and I loved Katniss, Tris, America, and all the rest. I don’t really read that genre much anymore, except that I am keeping up with Scott Westerfeld’s Impostors series.

If I have to pick just one then I’ll go with America Singer from The Selection by Kiera Cass. She’s okay, but as I’ve grown I find her increasingly shallow and unrelatable.

Feel Me: A character you can’t bear to see with anyone else but you

I really don’t care about this. There’s a reason they are in the book and I am in the real world.

Same Old Love: A book with an unoriginal and unrealistic romance

Angels at the Table

Angels at the Table by Debbie Macomber

Genre: Christmas Romance + paranormal elements

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐

The Heart Wants What It Wants: A book you regret finishing because you miss reading it

Live Without You

Live Without You by Sarah Grace Grzy

Genre: YA/NA Christian Romance

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I just love her books! They are the perfect balance of sweet romance, encouraging (and real) message, and beautiful writing.

Back To You: A book you read again and again even though you have other books on your TBR pile

I rarely reread books these days. Not because I don’t see the value in it, but because I’m more focused on what else is out there new (to me) and waiting.

Hit The Lights: A book that just made you forget everything else

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Schaffer and Annie Barrows

Genre: Epistolary Historical Fiction

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Tell Me Something I Don’t Know: A book people keep recommending you which you already have on your TBR pile

The Silence Between Us

The Silence Between Us by Alison Gervais

Genre: YA Contemporary Fiction

I Can’t Get Enough: A book series/world you just want more and more of

Franny and Zooey

Okay, this one might sound strange, but…

Franny and Zooey by J.D. Salinger

Genre: Existential Literature

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I want to be a part of their conversations! I wish I knew people in real life who thought as deeply and originally as these characters do. They may not be perfect or even correct in their philosophy half the time, but they try and think so hard and I imagine that speaking with any of them would be enlightening and challenging.

I never know who to tag in these. If it looks fun or if you like Selena Gomez, consider yourself tagged!

Happy Reading!

Until the next chapter,


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