One-Liner Challenge

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I saw a post recently by Epic Reads of a whole bunch of TL;DR summaries for YA books. I thought it would be a fun idea to make a challenge to do a whole bunch of one-liner summaries. Except for this post, I wanted to do something a little bit different. Not only do I have to summarize the book in one sentence, I also have to poke fun at it. Think of it as a one-liner roast.

For this challenge, I decided to do YA fantasy books because it’s my favorite genre.

(Disclaimer: I love all of these books and don’t mean any harm towards the stories, the authors, and their fans. This is just for fits and giggles.)

The Rules:

1. Accept and thank your challenger(s) by linking back to their post.
2. Make a post of one-sentence summaries and/or roasts of at least five books.
3. No spoilers!
4. Link back to The Awkward Book Blogger so she can see your post.
5. Challenge as many or as little people as you want!
6. Have fun!

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Holidays Book Tag

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Today is Labor Day in America so I thought it would be a great time to post this tag. I have been tagged by the lovely Audrey over at Audrey Writes Abroad. Make sure to check out her blog! ❤

The Rules:

1. Make a post of your own in which you name a book that you would want to read for each of the holidays below. (Feel free to change the holidays if you celebrate different ones!)
2. Tag at least 5 bloggers to do it at their turn.
3. Link back to audreywritesabroad so she can see your post!
4. Have fun!

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Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag

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July has started, which means that we are in the second half of 2017. I totally forgot about this tag until I saw it pop up in several blogs. Since I had nothing better to do with my life at the moment, I decided to do it again this year. You can check out my take on this tag from 2016 here.

This tag was created by Read Like Wildfire and Elyjayne. Make sure to watch their videos and give them some love!

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The Dim Sum Book Tag

I saw this tag on Anna’s blog (My Bookish Dream) and wanted to give it a try because I love dim sum. It’s been forever since I’ve eaten them, but man, they are delicious! If you haven’t tried them before, I highly encourage you find a place that sells them because you won’t be disappointed.

This tag was created by Joey @ Thoughts and Afterthoughts and Jenna @ Reading with Jenna. Dim sum is a style of Chinese cuisine whereby food is served in small (tapas-like) portions and is common during yum cha (which literally means: drinking tea). This tag is inspired by good company and good eats.

Here are some rules to devour this tag:

  1. Thank the blogger who nominated you, linking back to their site
  2. Devour dim sum and answer the tag questions
  3. Tag five others to join your round table for some dim sum fun
  4. Food coma

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The Cookie Book Tag

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I wasn’t tagged by anyone but I saw this over on Anna’s blog, My Bookish Dream and wanted to give it a try because it looked like fun. Plus, I have a sweet tooth and love cookies.

The Rules:

  • In addition to linking back to the person who tagged you, it would be awesome if you link back to Nicole’s original post!
  • Pick a book that corresponds to the cookie’s ‘theme’.
  • Have fun!
  • Tag 1-3 people.

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R.I.P. it or Ship it Book Tag

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This tag was created by Emma over at EmmmaBooks on YouTube. I wasn’t tagged by anyone, but I watched JesseTheReader’s take on the tag (as he talked about it during the BookTuber panel I went to recently) and wanted to give it a shot.

All you have to do is put a whole bunch of character names in a cup, pick two, and determine whether they are compatible (ship it) or not (rip it) as a couple.

This is going to be interesting…

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The Goodreads Tag

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I was tagged by Closet Readers. Thank you so much for tagging me!

I love Goodreads. It’s my go-to when I want to look up a book or find new ones that I potentially will read. I like the think of it like the bookish social media. You can connect with other book lovers and talk about anything and everything (although most of the time the topic is book-related, not all the conversations on the platform is so).

All you have to do to start is log into your Goodreads account and answer the questions.

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Ouran Host Club Book Tag

I was tagged by the amazing Ava over at Reads, Rhythms, and Ruminations. Thanks so much for tagging me! Make sure to check out her blog. She loves anime and writes awesome reviews.

I don’t watch a lot of anime but this one seems interesting. I might give it a try later.

The Rules

1. Thank the person who tagged you!
2. ALWAYS PINGBACK TO CREATOR (icebreaker694) she wants to see your post.
3. Answer all the questions below! (You don’t have to watch the show to answer them.)
4. Tag 8+ bloggers!

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