Maybe Someday. If you had to make the soundtrack for a book, which book would you choose and which songs would you use?
I think Don’t Let me Down by The Chainsmokers Ft. Daya would go awesomely with Firstlife by Gena Showalter.
Slammed. I dare you to make a four-verse poem describing your favourite book right now.
I’m loving Confess by Colleen Hoover right now, so here goes:
Will you confess?
The fears you hide, and yet
They vie with those I’ve met.
Can I confess?
Ugly Love. “Love isn’t always pretty, Tate.” A book that can break your heart and fix it at the same time.
I would have to go with Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. My heart is still broken yet so in love.
I would have liked to read a chapter from Peeta’s point of view from The Hunger Games Trilogy. We got to see what they both went through in the movies but we only got to read what Katniss went through in the books. I would have liked to read what ran through Peeta’s thoughts throughout the whole ordeal.
The Jewel by Amy Ewing. I was actually pretty worried after reading so many negative reviews but I really wanted to give it a chance. I was not disappointed.
Warren (Maybe Someday). Most main characters have a best friend that can be either charming or really annoying. Who is your favorite secondary character? And who is the one you dislike the most?
My favorite would definitely have to be Haymitch from The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins!
As for the one I dislike the most, it would have to be Theo from The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen. That guy really annoyed me.
Miles (Ugly Love). Very often we find characters with a very troubled, dark and traumatic past that doesn't let them move on. Which character's past would you like to erase to make them feel better.
It isn't really something from his past but in the Razorland Trilogy by Ann Aguirre, there's a pretty traumatic situation that really affects one of the characters. If I could erase it from ever happening, I would so said character wouldn't have to go through the pain.
The Crown by Kiera Cass. I remember the day it arrived in the mail and telling my boyfriend that I'll probably be reading for the rest of the day. It was probably the fastest reading I've ever done.
Once I'm done reading Confess, which Colleen Hoover do you guys highly recommend to read next?