I was tagged to do some cool book tags today! Let’s see if we have some similar answers.
Emoji Book Tag
This tag was originally created by Vilde A on YouTube. I was tagged by the adorable Abby @ Enthralling Reads, and the elegant Mitchii @ The Aeropapers. Thanks, Abby & Mitchii! The rules: Use 5-10 emojis that you always use or just love, then pick a book or character that matches the emoji. Here are my top 8 emojis in no particular order:
*Click on the covers to be taken to my Goodreads review (or if there’s none, the book’s GR page). Book titles in my explanation will lead to the book’s GR page.
1. The emoji is the sort of confused and half-dead looking one. I use this whenever I chat with/text classmates when school makes my head spin! Antigoddess by Kendare Blake left me dead and emotionally drained with how it ended. Seriously, what a major cliffhanger! Sequel, please publish yourself sooner!
2. This emoji is the one with heart-shaped eyes. I’m not even sure why I use this, but I do so a lot. I associate this book with The Program by Suzanne Young because from the beginning to the end, the main characters really loved each other and all I could do was ship them. XOXO I love you, Sloane and James!
3. Lately, I’ve been using this crying emoji a lot. Also because of homework. I was disappointed with Boomerang by Noelle August, since I’ve been seeing rave reviews for it. Y U no good, book?!
4. The kissy emoji (or the heart emoji, too)! I use this when I chat with close friends and bloggy friends. Perseus Jackson, please love me! I have the BIGGEST schoolgirl crush on Percy Jackson from Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. How can I not? He’s too adorable!
5. I always use the shocked emoji when I forget there’s homework, someone’s birthday or anything else. Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas made my face similar to the emoji’s, and it made me going whaaaaaat?!
6. The rage-y face is one I use when I’m pissed off–which is actually very often. I’m moody like that. Anyway, I’m totally raging because I CAN’T WAIT FOR THE YOUNG ELITES BY MARIE LU. Give it to me, nooooow!
7. When I’m bored or annoyed, I use this emoji! And Dissonance by Erica O’Rourke, sadly, was meh. Just meh. I mean, it has a really good plot and all, but it could have been a lot better. I had trouble connecting with the characters.
8. This emoji looks like it’s going to explode from laughter. Or something. Biggest Flirts by Jennifer Echols made me LOL so much. It was easy to relate to and the characters were super humorous! My most common reaction throughout the book? Hehe, funny!
And I Tag…. (not sure if you’ve already done this!)
- Jeann & Michelle @ Happy Indulgence
- Cait & Mime @ Notebook Sisters
- Kayla @ The Thousand Lives
- Paula @ Her Book Thoughts!
- Anyone else who wants to do it!
Aimee loves being a little bookworm (okay–she doesn’t like being little). She also loves chocolates and sweets but is freaked out by the thought of possibly getting diabetes.