Day 3: Your Favorite Series:
Haven’t finished any serial books in a while. All I remember are mostly YA books and crime trilogies (Kay Scarpetta, I see you 😉) I read back in secondary school. I have started a lot of book 1s but I just never progressed. So, I’ll be skipping this. I’ll also skip day 4.

Day 5: A book that makes you happy.
Almost all books I read make me happy so this was a tough one. I’m really racking my brain and I can’t pick one except I am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes. I’ll come back to this later.

Day 6: A book that makes you sad.
Everyone already mentioned The Fault in our stars so, I’ll pick another book: Misfortunes of Lolita by Losangelesque. Honestly, it’s a Wattpad book. I stumbled on this book back in 2013 or after scouring the barrage of incredibly weird, sexual and just borderline disgustingly possessive vampire and werewolf books on Wattpad. (Seriously, I remember book titles being like ‘Alpha’s Luna’ or ‘He saved me so I’m he’s possession.’ And they were written by kids?!?). Anyway, this particular poignant story was a hidden gem. I don’t recall much except that it made my heart swell.

Day 7: A book that makes you laugh.
I’m really racking my brain here. I can’t really remember so I’ll dedicate this to the myriad of contemporary romance books that entertained me when I needed a quick read and a break from my studies. Though you were never creative and all merged into one big story, you often made me laugh. And for that, I’m eternally grateful. Also, to Christian romance novels that kept me entertained when contemporary romance became nothing but written porn. I’m forever grateful!

Day 8: Most overrated book.
Just one? Try the whole Hunger Game series, Twilight Series, Divergent Series, Mortal Instruments?? Since some of these books have been mentioned, I’ll have to say… 👀… Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. I don’t get the hype. I never have. Maybe it’s cause of the numerous parodies that it has inspired because I truly don’t understand what is so amazing or complex about the book. It always came out flat to me. Every time I tried to read it, I got incredibly bored and wondered what was so great about it. I’ve chucked it up to it being a symbolic piece of its period. Otherwise, the ‘remarkableness’ of this piece is beyond me.