Hi friends! I’m back with another crazy awesome tag today, created by the absolutely AMAZING bloggers Rebecca @ BookishlyRebecca and Ellyn @ allonsythornraxx. And it’s for one of my absolute favorite series too!
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Jane Lynch: A Favorite Book With A Character on the
I really enjoyed this murder mystery/portal fantasy book, and it featured such a diverse cast of characters! There’s a lot to love about this tiny little “cinnamon roll” (not really it can get darker than my soul at times) so go pick it up!
Lady Jane Grey: A short book that packed a punch
200 pages to capture a movement. Some might say that’s impossible but I say Nic Stone did it quite well. This book packs a tremendous punch and is a huge wake-up call to the injustice and prejudice of today’s society.
Jane Austen: Favorite heroine in a classic book
Anne Shirley will go down as one of the best heroines of all time! Her vivid imagination, her wit, her loyalty…I admire so much about her. And she and Gilbert are a fantastic ship. Although, I have to admit that scene where she meets Gilbert made me think of two other characters:
COINCIDENCE? I THINK NOT
Jane Eyre: Your Favourite Retelling
UM ALL THE LUNAR CHRONICLES???!!! This series is pristine retelling perfection and all other retellings look at it in envy and whisper “I wish I could write* like that”. I love these books with all my heart and would highly recommend giving yourself up to the hype if you haven’t read them yet.
*no I’m not salty why would you say that…
Calamity Jane: Your Most Anticipated Release
Well, I was going for one but ended with five. I’m so excited for all of these (but also scared for KoS and QoAaD). Also is it just me or is the YA cover game getting better every year???
Jane Fonda: A Character Who Upholds Feminist Ideals
You know, earlier I told myself to stop putting Sky in the Deep on these lists but I CAN’T RESIST. Eelyn is exactly the kind of female character I like to read about. She fights and kicks butt just as well as any man but she’s also not afraid to show emotion and cry. It’s a balance we’re missing!
Jane Krakowski: An Underrated Book You Wish More People Would Read
Always and forever my underrated book pick, Lockwood and Co has got an awesome female heroine, a sassy skull, and creepy ghosts.
The Lady Janies: Two or More Authors You Wish Would Write a Book Together
Marissa Meyer and Cassandra Clare! I know it sounds strange but I really just want to see Thorne and Jace meet. And Scarlet and Izzy’s awesomeness…I NEED THIS.
And if you want to do it, consider yourself tagged! Thanks for reading, au revoir!