I discovered this tag a while ago on herpaperadventure’s blog, and definitely wanted to give it a go. I think it’s a pretty unique tag; I’ve never seen one with this kind of format before, and honestly, it just seems like a lot of fun, so here we go…
Series or Standalone?
I tend to read more standalone’s because, honestly, I don’t have to worry about buying 3+ books but I actually prefer series because I have more time with the characters and worlds, which means they usually stick with me much longer.
Magic Earned or Magic Born?
Definitely magic earned. I don’t mind magic born, but I love the idea of magic/powers being something that everyone has the potential for, and anyone with enough patience, practice, and determination having the capability to become powerful.
Enemies-to-Lovers or Friends-to-Lovers?
Enemies-to-friends-to-lovers? But if I had to pick, enemies-to-lovers for sure. I don’t know, I guess I just love the added tension.
Hilarious Banter or Emotional Ruin?
Hilarious banter. I hate picking up books that I know will make me sad, no matter how good they’re supposed to be. I usually avoid them. (Life is sad enough as it is. Gosh.)
Love Triangle or Insta Love?
Anything but love triangles. I feel like they’re so over-done, and they’re only fun when you’re not sure who the main character will actually pick, which rarely happens.
Keyboard-Smash Fantasy Names or All Names Start With the Same letter?
Probably Keyboard Smash Fantasy Names. It takes a while for me to remember whose who with both, but the big, long fantasy names being very different from one another means I usually catch on more quickly than if a bunch of the names start with the same letter.
Mean Parents or Dead Parents?
Ugh, probably dead parents? That sounds awful, but parents being cruel to the main character feels worse to me.
Supermodel Looks or Constantly Says How ‘Plain’ They Are?
Not a fan of either of these, but probably supermodel looks. I hate when characters (especially main characters, especially main characters who are the “chosen one”) consistently complain about how plain they are when they’re, like, the hero…Also, what’s wrong with being plain, huh?
Face on Covers or Typography on Cover?
Typography for sure. Having a face on the cover usually means I visualize that face when I’m reading, which takes away some of the fun for me.
Villain Turning A Little Good or Hero Turning A Little Bad?
Villain turning a little good is my absolute favorite trope, hands-down. That’s it. That’s all I have to say.
This was such a fun, quick lil tag. Hope you enjoyed reading! See you on Saturday with a review!