The Productivity Book Tag!

I saw that Chloe @ The Elven Warrior did the Productivity Book Tag a few weeks ago and I thought it was super cool. This questions really make me think and dig through some of the books that I have read in the past. This tag was originally created by Sam @ Fictionally Sam

Planning | A book that is completely thought out:

I am going to say The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon for this one. This book is a literal at almost 900 pages. Each thought, event, place and character were both intricate and described in a way that didn't leave you asking questions. I hope one day to go back and pay more attention the other details then just knowing what happens next. But I give Samantha the upmost credit for creating such a beautifully thought out world.

Focus | A book that kept your undivided attention:

Hands down I have to say Unpregnant by Jenni Hendriks and Ted Caplan. I read this book in three hours and laughed hysterically the whole time. I was lucky to receive and ARC of Unpregnant at BookExpo this year and I was super eager to read it. 

Delegating | A book that should have been a series:

I must admit I don't read many standalones because I almost ALWAYS want more. But I am going to say House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig. Erin did a good job wrapping up the the Thumas sister's story but I still want more. Hopefully one day! *Fingers Crossed* 

Small goals | Name a book below 150 pages that you loved:

This one is a hard one because I can you novella's but I feel like that is cheating. I am going to go with a graphic novel for this one. At BookExpo this year Jessica and I go a copy of Super Sexy Fun Times by Meredith McClaren. This graphic novel is geared towards and older audience is NSFW (Not safe for work.) But it was funny, enjoyable and explored the world of sex, consent and kinks using superheros.

Peak Hours | A series you could only read at a certain time:

I am not sure if we are talking about a certain time of day or a period of time. I'm a mood reader so reading always depends on my mood so it changes quite frequently. I remember that I only read The Darkest Minds series at night because I had work during the day. I'm not sure on an answer for this one. *Shrugs* 

Lists | A book that you finally crossed off your TBR:

Nevernight by Jay Kristoff. I actually DNFed this book *Sobs* but it has been on my TBR for forever so that was on I was able to finally cross off. Also The Cruel Prince by Holly Black, I caved because the hype but it had been on my TBR for quite a time.

Proactive | A book that is/was ahead of its time:

Stronger, Faster, and More Beautiful by Arwen Elys Dayton for sure. This sci-fi anthology explores what it is like the be human in a day and age where humans can modify themselves, which in real life we aren't too far off from.

Declutter | A series you wish you could unread:

The House of Night series by P.C. and Kristin Cast. The first book wasn't horrible but as the series went on it wasn't a fan and wish I didn't put myself through it. 12 books later and all I have to say is: I probably shouldn't have read this series when I was like 13. 

Multi-tasking | books that you read at the same time:

I actually read multiple books at the same time. I'll read one on my kindle and one physical. Currently I am reading Immunity by Erin Bowman and These Witches Don't Burn by Isabel Sterling.



Have you read any of these books? If so what did you think of them?! 


  1. Lovely answers for this tag! I am so curious about UNpregnant, I'm so happy to hear you enjoyed it so much, I need to add it to my TBR. And Stronger, Faster and More Beautiful sounds SO intriguing, I can't wait to read that one :)

    1. Unpregnant was so amazing is one of my favorite books of this year, I honestly think it is one that is not to be missed! Stronger, Faster and More Beautiful is one of my favorite novels of all time. It is so realistic in the sense of Sci-Fi!


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