Yes, it’s another Taylor Swift post. Fight me! If you’re wondering if there’s a limit to the amount of Taylor content I can put out, the answer would be no. I can keep going indefinitely. That’s a promise rather than a threat, I hope! Today, I’m doing a tag from Bry @ GoddessOfBooks. Thanks for creating this tag, Bry!
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You All Over Me – A Book That Stayed With You Long After The Final Page
“‘Cause no amount of freedom gets you clean
I’ve still got you all over me”
Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams. This is definitely one I’ve found myself thinking about long after reading it, particularly in the ways that Queenie ties her self-worth and self-identity to how desired she is by others.
Mr. Perfectly Fine – A Popular Book That Left You Heartbroken
“Hello Mr. “Perfectly fine”
How’s your heart after breakin’ mine?”
I don’t really read romance books, so I don’t have any that are heartbreaking in that respect. However, I was incredibly touched by Janie’s story in Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston.
We Were Happy – A Book That Makes You Nostalgic
“Back when we had all night
And we were happy”
There are so many possibilities here! I read a lot in my childhood, so a lot of books make me nostalgic. I used to read a lot of Enid Blyton, so those books are definitely contenders.
That’s When – A Book You Love To Reread
“And that’s when
When I’ll see your face
I’ll let you in
And baby that’s when”
I don’t reread that often, but one I’ve reread recently and enjoyed just as much as the first time I read it was Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier.
Don’t You – A Book With A Tragic Fictional Couple
“You don’t know how much I feel I love you still
So why don’t you, don’t you?”
As I said, I don’t really read romance, so there’s not really anything I can think of to put here.
Bye Bye Baby – A Book That Had a Bittersweet Ending
“And all the pages are just slipping through my hands
And I’m so scared of how this ends”
I’m going with Exciting Times for this one, because the ending is sweet, and there’s a lot of potential in the moment, but it’s entirely possible that the potential goes unrealised, as the book ends on a cliff-hanger, which I find quite bittersweet.
Any Taylor fan reading this!