The Emoji Book Tag

Hi everyone, and welcome to another book tag! I’ve been tagged to do this one by the lovely Emma from The Book Crunch, thank you to her!


Rules

  • Thank the person who tags you
  • Use your five most recent emojis and chose a book that goes along with it
  • Tag some awesome people

Let’s start! (In my case it’s my most used emojis, by the way!)

Laughing so hard I cry

How To Be Bad by E. Lockhart, Sarah Mylnowski & Lauren Myracle
Goodreads | Amazon

 I love this book so much, and I adored the comedy side of it. I even remember some scenes when I actually laughed out loud!

Two hearts

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
Goodreads | Amazon

A lot of books obviously come to mind when you think of the whole ‘love’ thing, but this one really stood out. Such a cute but unique novel, and one I will always love!

Heart eyes

I’ll Give You he Sun by Jandy Nelson
Goodreads | Amazon

This emoji always reminds me of fangirling, and a book I most definitely fangirl over is both of Jandy Nelson’s!

Smiling

Not If I See You First by Eric Landstrom
Goodreads | Amazon

A book that always makes me smile has to be this one, I loved it and I’d definitely read it again!

Sadness

The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson
Goodreads | Amazon

Another emoji where a lot of books come to mind with this emoji, as with many others. But The Art of Being Normal is one where I felt proper, deep sadness for the main characters and how they are cast out from ‘normal’ life for being who they are…


I’m tagging!

Books and Quills

The Orang-Utan Library

Shelf Respect

Chocolatenwaffles’ blog

The Calico Books

Don’t feel like you need to participate in this if I tagged you, and if you haven’t been tagged and want to join in, feel free!

-Beth

May your shelves forever overflow with books! ☽


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2 thoughts on “The Emoji Book Tag

  1. I might be one of the few people who actually liked E. Lockhart’s We Were Liars, so now I really want to read How to Be Bad–fortunately, this time it looks like I’ll be able to laugh instead of cry. Loooved Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens, by the way.

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