The Netflix Book Tag

I don’t actually watch anything on Netflix, because Shadowhunters is on the Freeform app and no other shows or movies really appeal to me. But luckily I don’t have to watch Netflix to answer some fun questions. I found this tag on Instagram somewhere, though I don’t remember whose page I saw it on or who created it.

Also, if you couldn’t tell, my posting schedule is officially gone. My goal is to post once over the weekend and once during the week, but who knows what’s going to happen. It was only the first week of school and I was too drained to write anything this past Wednesday or Thursday. >.<

I think I’ll be incorporating more tags into my regular posts, because they’re quick and fun to read and write. If I post during the week it’s likely to be a tag, for the sake of time and because who can really use their brain after so much work? I know I can’t. I plan on doing recommendation, discussion, and other posts every weekend, if I can! πŸ˜‰

Okay, enough chatter. Let’s dive into the tag!

1. Popular on Netflix: books everyone knows about.


I think anyone that follows YA and doesn’t know about this book has been living under a rock. It was easily one of the top five most hyped releases this summer. Don’t ask me what the other four are, because I don’t know. But I didn’t want to use Harry Potter for this question, so yeah.

2. Comedies: a funny book.


I love this book so much! I feel like it was popular around its release, and then sort of forgot about it. But Jane is a huge book nerd and on top of the drama, magic, romance, and intrigue, there’s horse jokes. What more do you need to know? πŸ˜‰

3. Dramas: a character who’s a drama queen/king.

I couldn’t choose between Apollo, Adrian, Iko, Thorne, Aelin, and Rhys, so have them all. I think Adrian, Iko, and Thorne are my favorites, but again, I just couldn’t choose. I guess I have a thing for dramatic characters?Β Β―\_(ツ)_/Β―

4. Animated: a book with cartoons on the cover.


I don’t know if this counts, but I couldn’t think of anything else so I’m going with it.Β Β―\_(ツ)_/Β―

5. Watch it again: a book/series you want to reread.

There’s a sort of long list of books/series I want to reread, but that’s for another post. I think this series is my biggest priority, because even though it’s painful it’s also absolutely amazing. I might make it a thing where I reread these six every year. Β And Bloodlines too, of course. Yes, I think I’ll do that. πŸ˜‰

6. Documentaries: a non-fiction book you recommend.


Let’s go with the only non-fiction book I’ve read, because a couple of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau essays don’t count. I read this when I was maybe eight, and it’s still with me. It was an unexpectedly sad book that broke my heart when I was little, but I remember really enjoying it. πŸ™‚

I know this was kind of short, but I hope you enjoyed! Who’s your favorite dramatic character? Are there any books you want to reread? Let’s chat! I’d love to know! πŸ™‚

I’m off to start an undecided new book and go shopping. πŸ˜› I hope you all have a fabulous day/night! ❀

Until next time…


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11 thoughts on “The Netflix Book Tag

    1. I couldn’t agree more! I felt so bad for him in VA, and I was really happy he had a bigger role and happier ending in BL. And his dramatic humor is absolutely the best! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜


    1. Thank you! I hope to do the award eventually, hehe. Dewey is wonderful, but very emotional! School is going well so far. I hope things are good for you too! 😊❀️


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