Anne of Green Gables Book Tag

I stumbled over this tag at (Over)Analysing Literature. Super awesome blog, as soon as your done here you need to head over there! .)

The Reader is Surprised

Name a book that kept you guessing or had a surprising ending (not too many spoilers, please!)

The fourth Harry Potter, I was totally wrong about it. I thought it was him, but it turned out to be that guy. At the end I just sat there thinking “Why can’t there be at least 50 more pages?” Now I have to buy the fifth, UGH!!

The Delights of Anticipation

Name a book you are looking forward to being released.

None. I don’t really know any new books. Let alone soon to be released.

A Good Imagination Gone Wrong

Name a book that has a great premise but you still didn’t love.

The Order of Shaddi by James Somers. I just couldn’t get into it, not my cup of tea.

A New Departure in Flavourings

Name a book in you enjoyed in a genre you normally don’t read.

A Cast of Stones by Patrick Carr.

An Epoch in the Reader’s Life

Name a book you feel has been really influential in your life.

A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett. I first read this when I was around 8, and I wanted nothing more then to be like Sara Crewe. Kind, generous, and brave, those were things I wanted to be. It was a big part of me growing up.

The Reaper Whose Name is Death

Name a book with a tragic death (again, not too many spoilers, please!)

I could name several-

Anne of Green Gables

The Hobbit

Of Mice and Men

The Final Problem by Doyle

Thats all I can think of right now.

OK peoples, I’m leaving this epic tag open. Go ahead, don’t be shy, lazy, ect! 😉

 

Laters!! .)

Published by AlexCharming

Alex is the oldest daughter of 8, soon to be 9, kids. They are all homeschooled. She enjoys reading, listening to music, and working outside. Alex is currently working on her first book.

4 thoughts on “Anne of Green Gables Book Tag

  1. alex …considering your comment “I have a feeling that I’m failing …”, i’d like to point out that you have to give yourself permission to end projects any time that you feel like it without judging yourself as a failure … it’s not; if anything, you clearly have a high energy level and a lot of imagination and it shows in your blog, but perhaps you need to consider downsizing the number of projects … and again, without judging it as a failure … for example, if your blog got no responses, you have a choice; ask for help or end it … but again in neither case is it a failure … failure is not trying at all … mark

    On Mon, Jul 4, 2016 at 11:44 AM, lordofthetrekkies wrote:

    > AlexCharming posted: “I stumbled over this tag at (Over)Analysing > Literature. Super awesome blog, as soon as your done here you need to head > over there! .) The Reader is Surprised Name a book that kept you guessing > or had a surprising ending (not too many spoilers, please!) T” >

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