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90’s Music Edition Book Tag

Hello readers! Some months ago I did the Back to the 90s book tag, and it was so fun! Then I found this tag made by And On she reads, and I said: going back to the 90s again!!!

What’s My Age Again- Blink 182:

At what age did you discover your love of reading?

I’m a late reader, I had to admit. During school, we were forced to read some kind of books, and I, as a girl, was obliged to read “books for girls” like The secret garden or Pollyanna. I hated them, preferring much more Goosebumps or crime books. When I was 8 I began reading the Goosebumps series.

All Star- Smash Mouth:

What is your favorite genre?

Definitely historical fiction with some gothic, maybe crime, and a touch of paranormal.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s – Deep Blue Something:

What’s your go-to reading snack/drink?

When I read in the evening I drink a cup of chamomile, usually I don’t eat when I’m reading.

Give It Away – Red Hot Chili Peppers:

What book do you ALWAYS recommend to people?

I always talk about the same books, but it also depends on the people who ask for the recommendation: I wouldn’t recommend historical paranormal fiction if someone doesn’t like the genre. I tend to suggest The song of Achilles and In The shadow of blackbirds.

…Baby One More Time – Britney Spears:

A book or series you have read more than once?

I have too many books on my TBR to reread a series!!ç___ç In the past I’ve reread Undead by Stoker/Holt at least a couple of times.

Tearin’ Up My Heart – N’Sync:

A book that broke your heart to finish?

The lovely bones broke my heart several times during my reading, particularly in the beginning and the ending.

Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana:

A book that you read as a teen that you still love today?

As a teen, I was in the vampire mania: from Anita Blake to Anne Rice, but today I still love the Gardella Chronicles from Colleen Gleason.

Hurt- Nine Inch Nails:

What book do you love that deals with heavier subjects?

Boo seems an innocent book, with its bright green cover, but it deals with bullying, teen suicide, and the tragedy of firearms in schools.

Tag done, hope you have fun going back to the 90s with me!

5 thoughts on “90’s Music Edition Book Tag”

  1. Ohh love this tag! I’ll have to do it too 👀

    Hah I wouldn’t say starting reading at 8 is a being a late reader.. there was people around me in high school who still didn’t read- hell my own mother didn’t liked reading until she got 40 on dialysis 😅 (because so much time to spend, right)

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