The HOWL Book Tag
Happy Friday! I have another book tag for you this Friday, The HOWL Book Tag!
The HOWL Book Tag, which was created by Tova (Petyr Baeish Books) and is inspired by Rachel Lynn Solomon’s forthcoming enemies-to-lovers contemporary romance, Today Tonight Tomorrow!
This book tag is inspired by the book Today, Tonight Tomorrow by Rachel Lynn Soloman. I haven’t read the book yet, but I have read Our Year Of Maybe by the same author and that book made sure I want to read everything she writes. So I’m excited to read TTT hopefully soon 🙂
Thank you Meghan @ Whimsically Meghan for tagging me! You guys should check her out, she has great reviews and other fun content. I always love reading her posts 🙂
1. Rowan: Name a book that features your favourite romance trope
Oh… Oh no…. Do I have to pick a favorite? I like pretty much all romance tropes, so this is difficult. I’m going to go with Alex Approximately. I love the online relationship part plus the enemies to lovers.
2. Neil: Name a fictional character, who turns out to be a lot more than you initially thought
I loved Josh(ua) in The Hating Game. I really thought he was a d*ck at first, but turns out, he isn’t.
3. Cinerama: Name a book that transports you back in time
The Hills was one of my favorite shows when I was younger, so of course I had to read the LA Candy series. It takes me back to my teenage self, screaming the lyrics to Unwritten.
4. The Fremont Troll: Name a fictional character who is always there for you, no matter what. In other words, what fictional character is the centre of your universe?
I… don’t know?
5. Pike Place Market: Name a book from your past that is kind of basic (popular), but will always remain special
Gosh, these questions are hard. I think I’ll go with The Babysitter’s Club books. They were a hand me down from my sister and I didn’t read all of them, but I loved them so much.
6. Starbucks (with your name wildly misspelled): Name a book that features a character who has the same name as you—especially if the name is spelled slightly differently
I have yet to find a book with my real name, but I guess I won’t since I don’t read a lot of Dutch fiction. 😅
As for Jas, or Jaz, or Jazz, or Jess… I don’t think I know a book that features a character with that name. Do you know one?
7. Seattle Public Library: Name a book that holds a special connection in relation to the library for you
The first book I borrowed from the library: The Unpredictable Consequences of Love. (not counting the books I borrowed when I was a kid, obviously)
8. Delilah Park & Nora Roberts: Name an author you’ve met and/or an author you’d love to meet!
I interviewed Sophie Kinsella once! Back in 2014, I was an intern at a magazine and got to interview her. I was really starstruck at that moment ha. Of course I tweeted about it and she liked the tweet *gasp*:
Totally unexpected but really great interview today with @KinsellaSophie— Jas @xiv-blog.com (@jasbraas) November 7, 2014
An author I would love to meet is Sarah Dessen.
9. The Seattle Skyline: A book that features a location that has a personal connection for you
Just One Day is about Lulu and Willem meeting in London and going on a one-day trip together in Paris. Just One Year is the sequel and it takes place in Utrecht and Amsterdam. It doesn’t happen often that an English, YA, contemporary romance takes place in my home country!
10. HOWL: Name a book that features a game that kept you on the edge of your seat the entire time
I’m going to count trying-to-meet-guys-in-a-romcom-way-for-the-boss as a game. Because that’s what Evie does in Would Like To Meet and it was so entertaining!
Feel free to ignore this if you’ve done this tag or don’t like this one!
Have you read Today Tonight Tomorrow? What do you think of this tag and my answers?