My Life in Books Tag

I saw this tag on isabelandrea. I know from past tags to answer the questions, and nominate others.

The Questions:

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

6 thoughts on “My Life in Books Tag

  1. Meg, picking the hardest book to read, “A Man Called Ove” takes the cake in a fiction format. Ove is a curmudgeon, so you will not like him at first. But, slowly through the eyes of young mother who moved into the neighborhood with her family, we see Ove’s layers of his complex onion get peeled away. You will need tissue for this one. By the way, I know Kathy Izard and she is terrific. Keith


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