Mardi Gras Book Tag

So here we are with another book tag. This time I’ll be doing the Mardi Gras book tag which I found over at Zezee with Books blog who saw this post over on Madame Writer. This tag was originally created by Randomly Bookish Gina over on YouTube. I found the prompts interesting so decided to give this a shot. 

Designated Driver: What re-read book is reliable to get you out of a reading slump?

This is an easy one. I’m going with Fearscape by Nenia Campbell. This is my all time favorite series and each book is a true gem. I’ve read this series multiple times and it just always bring me back to reading. 

The Drunk Best Friend: Which character (s) would you like to grab a drink with or simply hang out for a night in the town?

I would pick Charlotte Davidson for this prompt. I absolutely love this character and I really wish I could be like her, so I would definitely like to go out with her for a night in town just so I could pick her brain some. 

Fat Tuesday: Which book on your TBR can you not wait to devour?

For this I’m choosing to go with Hunting November which is the sequel to Killing November by Adriana Mather. I just can wait to dive back into the world of Strategia and the Academy Absconditi. 

Lent: Which genre would you give up reading for 40 days? 

Romance. I’ve read a lot of romance in the past so now I prefer reading books from different genre and I do not mind giving up romance for forty days. 

Masquerade Masks: Which book do you mask that you have read? 

Initially when Fifty Shades of Grey came out, I used to tell people that I haven’t read it due to the stigma and taboo attached to it. However, soon enough I got over that and was openly engaging in discussions related to the series. 

The Annual Mardi Gras Party/Parade: What classic could you read time and time again? 

I’d go with Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery. It’s one of my favorite classics and I absolutely love the story. It’s adorable and incredibly sweet. I can read it time and time again. 

New Orleans: In which fictional place would you like to party? 

I guess I would go with Afterlife which is a gothic club in the Afterlife series by Stephanie Hudson. I love the nightclub and the gothic vibe of it. So I would love to party there among all the supernatural creatures. 

Jazz Music: What book just makes you want to dance? 

Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier is my pick for this prompt. I love the world and the overall vibe of the book and the series.  It’s just amazing and I just want to dance in this world. 

The Colors of Mardi Gras: 

Purple represents Justice: Which character do you feel got justice at the end of the book or series? 

Soraya from Girl, Serpent, Thorn by Melissa Bashardoust. This poor character suffered a lot and she finally got justice at the end. People recognized her power and she herself understood that she’s not a curse. 

Green represents Faith: Which character would you put your complete faith in no matter the situation? 

For this prompt I’m going with Tess from The Others series by Anne Bishop. She’s a harvester and an overall badass. I wish I could be like her but sadly I’m human. Tess is incredibly powerful and loyal that I would have no problem putting my faith in her. 

Gold represents Power: Which book gave you a very powerful emotion after reading it? 

Nearly Gone by Elle Cosimano is my choice for this prompt. My love and obsession for this series is intense and I wish I could read this book series all over again. I felt blown away by this series and all the knowledge I gained from it was just amazing. 

Show Your Tatas, Get Those Beads: Which character would you throw beads to? 

I would throw beads to Jethro Hawk from the Debt Inheritance series Pepper Winters. He’s amazing and strong in more ways than one. So I would definitely throw the beads to him. 

Well folks, we have reached the end of the Mardi Gras Book Tag. I tag everyone who reads this post or whoever is interested in books and Mardi Gras and let me know what are your picks for all these prompts. 

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