Hey guys! So in honor of my birthday I thought I’d do this little tag/questionnaire. It’s kind of hybrid/mix of two different birthday tags I saw. The first half is just some general questions and the second half is some book related birthday questions.
When is your birthday? How old are you turning?
Today! February 15th. I am officially twenty-two years old.
Are you having a party this year? If so what are you doing?
If you had an unlimited amount of money what would you do for your birthday?
Find a book that is the color of your birthstone.
Being born in February, my birthstone is an amethyst, which is purple. So the book that I picked is Cress, which has a really pretty purple cover. But it’s ombre-ish, like not overtly or just purple.
Count your birth day along your bookshelf and then subtract your birth month. What book does it land on?
I landed on Hopeless by Colleen Hoover. I’ve already read and enjoyed the book—you can read my review here—but let’s hope that the title isn’t a reflection of how my year will go.
If you could spend your birthday with any fictional character who would it be and why?
Ah this is like too hard. Captain Thorne? He’d be fun and funny and like humor is one of my favorite qualities in people? Or Rhysand? Cause swoon. I honestly don’t know. Could I just spend my whole birthday in bed reading books? I wish, but alas I have class.
Is there a series with the same number of books as your age? If so what is it?
Um definitely not that I know, it’d be a little ridiculous to have twenty-two books in a series.
Find a book that takes place in the season you were born in.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before has a Christmas scene towards the end, so at least part of it takes place in winter. And I’d like to guess that P.S. I Still Love You, which continues from the first book also takes place in winter post-Christmas and maybe even has a Valentine’s Day scene, and Valentine’s Day is basically my birthday.
Pick a book set in a time period, world or country you would like to have been born in.
Outlander, 18th century Scotland so I could find a Jamie Fraser of my own. Or just today honestly, like I like my rights as a women. They’re the most we’ve had in history even though they are not completely equal yet.