It’s been a while since I’ve done a book tag, so I decided to do another!
I saw this one on a blog called I Have 12% of a Plan, which is a brilliant blog name if you ask me. From one of my favorite Marvel movies. (Like in my top five.)
Hope you enjoy!
The Last Book I Bought
This one depends. I supported a Kickstarter months ago for She Steals Justice, a modern Robin Hood retelling from my friend, J. Clark, and it just charged me. I’m excited for this one, but it will be weird seeing my name spelled with a Y instead of an I.
The last book I recently bought was Out There, which is a collection of queer science fiction and fantasy short stories. I got it from Rainbow Crate.
The Last Book I Borrowed
If I remember right, it was a collection of three short novellas called Clockwork Girl. Each short story was in the fantasy/science fiction realm with a dash of horror to it. I borrowed this one from a college friend.
The town I live in doesn’t have a library, so it has been a while.
The Last Book I Was Gifted
Well, that might be last Christmas. If I remember right, those books were:
The Last Book I Gave to Someone Else
Probably a John Grisham book. My mom likes to read his books.
The Last Book I Started
I’m currently reading Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian.
The Last Book I Finished
I just finished Urban Disorders by Natasha N. Deonarain. It was good!
The Last Book I Rated 5 Stars
That was The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Vol. 3. Which I still need to get volumes one, two, and four. Five if there is a fifth one.
The Last Book I DNF’d
I’m a stubborn reader who must 100% everything even if I don’t want to. I’ve had that happen already a couple of times this year, but I don’t want to name names.
The Last Book I Listened to
The last book I listened to was a totally not famous book called Hamlet. I usually don’t listen to books because my brain can’t picture them well, and I get lost. But I got assigned Hamlet for the fifth time (thanks, English degree), and I listened to it while driving to work, so I could refreshen my brain without actually sitting down to read it yet again.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this tag!