I saw this tag over on Jackie’s Blog (Bookish Coffee Blog), and had so much fun reading her post I just had to give it a go.

(this is straight from Jackie’s Post) It looks like this tag was originally created byย Paperfury, who got inspiration fromย @book_junkeeย on Instagram.

Series or Standalone?

Standalone ๐Ÿ™ˆ

Magic Earned or Magic Born?

Magic Born

Enemies-to-Lovers or Friends-to-Lovers?

Enemies to lovers ๐Ÿ˜‰

Hilarious Banter or Emotional Ruin?

Emotional ruin ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Love Triangle or Instalove?

Love triangle never never never instalove!!

Keyboard Smash Fantasy Names or all Names Start with the Same Letter?

Keyboard smash I love hearing the author actually pronounce them ๐Ÿ˜‚

Mean Parents or Dead Parents?


Supermodel Looks or Constantly says how Plain they are?

Blah yuck to both but I’ll take plain

Face on Cover or Typography on Cover?


Villain Turning a Little Good or Hero Turning a Little Bad?

Hero turning a little bad ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

47 thoughts on “BOOKISH THIS OR THAT TAG

  1. Some names are pretty funny, like Yrene ( I mean, its unique and different and I didn’t know how to pronounce it) also, Nehemia’s lastname(โ€‹Ytger or something, I don’t remember the spelling now)

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      1. Yeah, I got Hermione wrong for quite a few months and if not for the pronunciation guide in Percy Jackson, the Greek names would have been damned coming out of my mouth

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  2. Great post! One of the questions really got me to thinking. Mean or dead parents? I mean my gut says mean because dead sounds horrible but… mean parents are so emotionally scarring? Itโ€™s a tough one to think about

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