Twenty One Pilots Book Tag

I have been slightly obsessed with Twenty One Pilots for about a year now. In fact I’m so obsessed that I went to see them in concert a couple of weeks ago. The concert was amazing. I hope they come back to Texas next year so I can see them again.

When I saw this book tag on Youtube I just had to do it.  Please go check out the original video here on Booktube Girl’s channel.

Stressed Out: What is a popular book that you have wanted to read for a long time that everyone has been talking about?

Throne of Glass. Everyone is always talking about these books, I just hope they live up to my expectations when I finally get around to reading them.

Car Radio: Name a book that contained issues you felt connected to on a personal level.

For this one I have to go with Since You’ve been Gone. I could really connect with all of the friendship problems.

Ride: Name a book that you wanted to never end.

The Mocking Jay. I loved the Hunger Games trilogy, finishing that last book made me so sad. I wasn’t ready for it to all end.

Holding on to You: What is a book/series that you have loved since your childhood

I’ve got two answers for this one The Lily Series by Nancy Rue, or Junie B. Jones by Barbra Park. I have fond memories of hunting for the next books and being so excited about getting to read them.

Tear in my Heart: Name a book that made you feel all the emotions.

A Court of Mist and Fury, hands down. This book was amazing, which is partially why I can never finish the review for it.

Fairly Local – What is your personal favorite underground book/series?

I loved Partials by Dan Wells, but I can’t find anyone else who has read them. I hope to reread them one day because the world building was amazing (from what I remember anyway).

Ode to Sleep – Name a book that was full of twists and turns and kept you on the edge of your seat.

A Court of Thorns and Roses, mainly because I didn’t want to use ACOMAF again. I liked this book a lot too, and I had no clue how everything would go down.

Goner – What is a book character that you fell in love with from the beginning?

This one is a hard one, but I’m gonna go with Cassie from The 5th Wave.

Migraine – What is one book that gave you a headache to read?

Paper Towns by John Green. I will spare you from a rant and instead link you to my review of it here.

We Don’t Believe What’s On TV – What is a book that you love that most people seem to hate?

The Hobbit. To be fair when I read it, it was because I had to read it for school so that may have had something to do with it. I really should go back and give them a second chance.

I had such a great time at the concert, I couldn’t stop myself from adding in a couple of the pictures I took even thought they aren’t high quality.

I don’t know of anyone else who likes Twenty-One Pilots but if you do feel free to do this tag and then comment with a link to it because I would love to check it out.

If you listen to Twenty-One Pilots, what is your favorite song? Guns for Hands, Holding on to You, Forests, Kitchen Sink, and Migraine, are some of my favorites.

One Lovely Blog Award

A HUGE thanks to Theresa @ The Calico Books for thinking of me and tagging me in this!


The rules:

  • Each nominee must THANK the person who nominated them and link their blog in the post.
  • They must include the rules and add the blog award badge as an image.
  • Must add 7 facts about them.
  • Then nominate 15 people!

The facts:

  1. I love hedgehogs. I have a ridiculous amount of hedgehog themed stuff. Such as; stickers, figurines, stuffed animals, socks, and books.

2.  Blue Bell ice cream is my favorite ice cream, you just can’t go wrong with it.

3. I have my BA in psychology.

4. My family runs a small private Christian school where everyone is a volunteer.

5. I teach 3rd & 4th grade at said school.

6. I used to do pointe ballet (the kind where you’re actually on your toes). There are days that I want to try it again, but it’s been three years. I would probably break an ankle if I tried it now.

7. I kind of like doing laundry. That being said, I’m way behind on laundry.

8. My goal every year is to read 100 books, but so far I’ve never succeeded.



In no certain order

Aimee @ To the Barricade

Emily @ This Incandescent Life

Katelyn @ On Writing life, and MBTI

Victoria @ Stori Tori’s Blog

Alexa @ Summer Snowflakes

Natasha @ Starlit Wanderings

Anna @ The Story Scientist

Krissy @ Words in my Soul

Heather @ Sometimes I’m a Story

Meghan @ Slaying Dragons

Anna @ Anna Schaeffer

Heather @ Heather Manning

Schuyler @ My Lady Bibliophile

Margaret @ Through the Lens

Alyson @ Pages From My Journal


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