I saw this tag on isabelandrea. I know from past tags to answer the questions, and nominate others.
Find a book for each of your initials
M- Mayor of Casterbridge. That was the first Hardy book I read. Loved it.
P– Can I just say the entire Percy Jackson series? I loved this series in middle school, and was one of the main factors in my love for Greek Mythology. I actually plan to reread this series after deciding that I need to read Heroes of Olympus.
H– I need to say the entire Harry Potter series. HP is one of the main factors into my love for fantasy. I love the entire Wizarding World——all of it. I really love the characters from the Golden Trio to Luna to the entire Weasley Family, etc…..I even love the creatures excluding the creepy ones.
Count your age along your bookshelf: what book is it
The Hobbit- love this book
Pick a book set in your country/city
True, I am not the biggest fan of nonfiction, but every so often I come across one I love. One Hundred Story Home is set in Charlotte, NC—-it is about Kathy Izard creating an apartment for the chronic homeless. I actually got to visit the apartment building myself. I have a passion for helping those living in poverty (one of the main reasons why I love volunteering).
Pick a book that represents a destination you’d love to travel to
Can it count if is a fantasy world? There are a couple of those worlds I would love to visit. Such as Middle Earth or Narnia.
Which book do you have fondest memories of
The most recent novels I read, I have the fondest memories I have belong to Narnia. I loved Chronicles of Narnia as a child.
Which book did you find the hardest to read
Usually, these belong to novels I don’t like; most of the time they were required novels. The most recent hardest novel I read was Anna Karenina- only continued reading due to a subplot I enjoyed.
Which book in your TBR pile will give you the biggest accomplishment when you finish it
I really don’t know