#TBT-Unforgettable Bookish Memories Tag

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I found this tag when Kristin Kraves Books posted about it, and I love falling down the bookish memory hole, so let’s go!

No. 1: The first book you ever read (or was read to you)

the jolly postman

This was my very favorite book when I was a kid. I loved taking the little letters out of their envelopes, reading the postcards, checking out the flyers.

 

Come on, this stuff was awesome. I used to read this book over and over again, and I taught myself to read with it.

No. 2: The first book you ever bought with your own money

 

I don’t specifically remember what book I first bought myself, but I’m pretty certain it was one of these bad boys. The YA genre was pretty small when I was growing up, so I had a ton of these. I still have I Do, it’s the only one from this series that I kept as an adult.

No. 3: A book you stayed up all night reading

19 minutes

Back before school shootings happened nearly ever other day, Nineteen Minutes was big. It’s heartbreaking, frustrating, infuriating, and entirely too compelling. I stayed up way too late to find out how it ended.

No. 4: What book or series will you never forget

twilight saga

I’m loath to mention the Twilight Saga twice in one week, but since the question isn’t about my favorite series, I do have to go with Twilight again for one I’ll never forget. They got me into the new YA scene, and I really did enjoy them back then.

No. 5: A book you frequently think about

on the island

This was the first self-published book I ever read, and first New Adult. I’ve still never read anything else like On the Island.

No. 6: A scene that has haunted you for years after reading it

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The car ride at the beginning of The Never List that sets everything in motion…whoooo boy that still haunts me.

No. 7: An unforgettable character

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Good God I loved the Ramona books. Ramona was a totally compelling and unforgettable character, though I did always identify more with her practical older sister.

No. 8: A book that changed your opinion about something

throne of glass

I always thought fantasy was not for me, but then I gave this a try and found that I could not be more wrong. It’s one of the best genres out there, and I read it all the time now.

No. 9: Share another random bookish memory

 

My mom and I used to make homemade trail mix and read books like Mrs. Piggle Wiggle and Pippi Longstocking. She died when I was 11, and this is one of my favorite memories of us!

 

Okay guys, I’m tagging all of you to do this one because it was really fun!

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