Taylor Swift Book Tag!

The amazing Maf from Maf’s Crazy Book Life tagged me in this super fun Taylor Swift book tag. The objective is to answer with book titles that are on my bookshelf. Here are my answers!!


1. Red: Pick a book with a RED cover.


Crash Into You by Katie McGarry.

2. The Best Day : Pick a book that makes you feel nostalgic. 


That would definitely have to be Harry Potter. It brings me back to my childhood—the first books that really got me into reading.

3. Love Story : Pick a book with forbidden love.


Hmm I don’t have a lot of these on my shelf, so I am going to have to go with Twilight.

4. I Knew You Were Trouble: Pick a book with a bad character you couldn’t help but love



I don’t particularly seek out books with bad boys, so I will just answer with a character I really love lol. Grayson from Such a Rush by Jennifer Echols

5. Innocent: Pick a book that someone ruined the ending for.


Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins.

6. Everything Has Changed: Pick a character from a book who goes through extensive character development.


Anna from Anna and the French Kiss 🙂

7. You Belong With Me: Pick your most anticipated book release.


I am SUPER EXCITED for Kristen Callihan’s next book, The Friend Zone. Also, I know this book is already out, but I am eagerly awaiting Tangled by Emma Chase from the library!

8. Forever and Always: Pick your favorite book couple.


Bran and Talia from Lia Riley’s Off the Map series. I am #TeamBran FOREVER  

9. Come Back, Be Here: Pick the book you would least like to lend out, for fear of missing it too much.


Open Road Summer by Emery Lord. I LUUUUUURVED this book so hard!

Bonus question *insert awkward dance*

10. Teardrops On My Guitar: Pick a book that made you cry a lot.


As a rule, I purposely don’t pick books that will make me cry, but I really loved Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell. And yes, it made me cry. A lot. 

11. Shake It Off : Pick a book that you love so much, you just shake off the haters.


I don’t really think there are many haters, but I absolutely loved The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart.


And that’s a wrap! I tag anyone who wants to do this! 🙂


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