The Bed Time Book Tag

Thursday, January 19, 2017

I found this book tag thanks to Bring My Books/Lindsey, and the original tag was created by YouTube user Kellys BookSpill, and can be found here!
All of the prompt images for this post were created by Lindsey and you can definitely use them if you’d like! – Just let people know that she made them!

Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly.
There's actually a quote from this book about needing to stop reading and go to bed. The main character keeps reading. So did I -- until 6am the next day when I was done. And then I worked for 8 hours. #worthit 


Dark Inside by Jeyn Roberts.
I am not sure why this one freaked me out so bad way back in 2011 (lol) but it diiid. I stayed up until my then-boyfriend came home before I would go to bed.


The Muse by Jessie Burton
I was so excited for this book (just look at it!) but boooooy is it dull dull dull to try to read. Notice the key words of "try to." I don't think I made it even four chapters into the story before completely mentally checking out... and then actually passing out.


There is no other answer besides Laini Taylor's Strange the Dreamer. I have been patiently waiting despite the publishing date change. It's so close that I can hardly stand it. And also The Winds of Winter because I'm an optimist that never learns and who JUST NEEDS TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS damnit.


Say hello to my husband, Rhaegar Targaryen from George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. And also included in this list are: Jonah Griggs from Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta. Kaz Brekker (Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom) is my darkhearted love. KIIIIARAN. Lan Mandragoran. GAVRIEL DUVAL. Ignifex. I should stop.


 Hmmm.... I am always tempted to think I would go to the harsh worlds I love reading about (ASOIAF, White London from Schwab's Shades of Magic series, Abercrombie's Circle of the World) if it was possible, but I don't actually think I would survive very long in any of them.



The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth May (The Falconer #2)
I cannot complain too much because this sequel is utterly fantastic. I was so caught up in everything EVERYTHING happening at the end that I was kinda smacked in the face when I had no more pages to wildly turn.


Becky Chambers' A Closed and Common Orbit! It makes me want to go stargazing.


I sadly rarely remember my dreams once I wake up. One of the few that I do recall is when I dreamed that  Le Cirque des R√™ves from Erin Morgenstern's The Night Circus came to my hometown. Once they arrived I somehow was the ringleader once it got there? I knew how all the features worked and I never missed a tent.


Long Lankin from Long Lankin by Lindsey Barraclough. Example #1 of Why The Hell Not:

"Said my lord to my lady, as he mounted his horse,
Beware of Long Lankin that lives in the moss.
Said my lord to my lady, as he rode away
Beware of Long Lankin, that lives in the hay.
Let the doors be all bolted and the windows all pinned,
Except one little window,
where Long Lankin crept in..."



  1. Awww I love this post! I think I'll participate this week. :)

    1. it's very fun! I'll be on the look out for your post!


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